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Top message:  You Just Cant Do It. Can You Eric? by MadFatMan   Nov 2, 2012, 7:31 PM

Replying to:  Re: You Just Cant Do It. Can You Eric? by perdition   Nov 3, 2012, 7:40 AM

Re: You Just Cant Do It. Can You Eric?

by KOL4420    Nov 3, 2012, 6:52 PM

http://community.sprint.com/baw/community/sprintblog ... »


most of these cities have already been added. It takes time to build a 4G LTE network... Relax Sprint will get there they just need the money to do it faster.

Sprint doesnt rape your wallet like Verizon, Tmobile, and ATT do.


I have Tmobile. It sucks terribly... I travel a lot in and out of city areas. When im in the city data speeds are fast enough but it is soooo Spotty its annoying. If the service wasnt dirt cheap I would complain. What good is a faster 3G network when most of the time its on edge? lol. I hear the same from my friends at work who have ATT at a business center sad and they get raped on their bills I mean they are paying $120+ for limited data usage? pitiful. :/. Verizon is the same its not as fast everywhere its impossible.

What he copied and pasted is found on every carriers website its science it may be a bit difficult for you to grasp the concept but youll get there.


LTE is still being built out by ATT, Verizon, and not even in sight with Tmo... So the fact that you are bashing is really childish. ATT and Verizon started slow when they made the transition the difference is that they actually have the capital for the change.

I have thought about Sprint but I havent pulled the trigger just because they are in the middle of a massive upgrade on their network Sprint Vision and LTE so one they finish that up ill be happy to jump ship.

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