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Top message:  Not gonna lie by Jellz   Jul 26, 2012, 11:19 AM

Replying to:  Also by Haggard   Jul 26, 2012, 1:48 PM

You mad bro?

by BigRed75    Jul 26, 2012, 2:37 PM

Haggard said:
Wanna know what sucks on Verizon, their shared data plans and then forcing you off your unlimited plan to that crap when you upgrade.

Don't worry Marry, I'll take care of this...

Verizon may not be unlimited but at least it's better than 56kbps on Sprint's 3G fighting for bandwidth with iSheep such as yourself and hoodrats on Boost, Virgin, prepaYd and their million other MVNO's.

I have never ever gone over 1GB in data usages on Verizon. Maybe 1.5GB one month but that's the most. It's called wifi. Use it.

Shared data planed works for us...

2 phones...

1. Galaxy Nexus for me
2. Crackberry for the girlfriend

$40+$40 = $80 + $70 for 4GB account access, Unlimited voice and text = $150/mo.

What does the gf use in data? 500KB at the most She's always on wifi. At work, at home, etc. We dont even need 4GB. We could do just fine on the 2GB for $10 less if we wanted. I chose 4GB as precaution.

Sprint Everything Data $150/mo, 1500 mins, unlimited data, text but what good is unlimited data when you can't even use it. No LTE in most places, craptastic wimax. 2mbps down if you're lucky due to the crap 2.5GHz signal which can't even penetrate through toilet paper, dropped calls, crap coverage, bad customer service. No thanks. You get what you pay for.

Oh and if you think Sprint's data is gonna be unlimited forever you're sadly mistaken. Mofo's dont even have spectrum. 5x5Mhz configuration? Pathetic. They'll probably run of out of money half way through their so-called "Network Vision" project. Sprint is a joke. Hell I'd choose T-Mobile over it.

I'm done. Go back to the lounge fool.

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