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Sprint Confirms that iPhone Will Have Unlimited Data

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island-guy

Oct 5, 2011, 8:33 PM
seriously, their 3g network is under so much load right now that their subscribers are surfing on not much faster that 2g. Sprint must be doing some top secret network enhancement that will coincide with the iPhone release or there will be some seriously unhappy people....
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sp_5015

Oct 5, 2011, 9:47 PM
I have had Sprint for 10 Years, grew up in the Hudson Valley, NY by the Catskills, Gunks, Hudson Highlands, and have service where ever I go. And, to top it off, 3G is not When I go to NYC, I have service, when I go further upstate to the Albany area, I have service. Never a problem.......so many people that claim they know sprint sucks and that their service of Verizon or AT&T is so much better. How would anyone with a different carrier, that doesn't have a sprint phone with them all the time have any clue as to the service??
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island-guy

Oct 6, 2011, 3:00 PM
I had sprint for 6 years until a year ago. I had a laptop card and blackberries and was with them when they transitioned to their 3G which at the time was comparatively faster than the competition. I had no problems with surfing the net and even watching Netflix in my laptop. Keep in mind that the smartest things sprint had in their lineup at the time were blackberries and they are not data hogs typically. Everything came to a crawl when the evo released and subsequent smart phones. Don't get me wrong, coverage as far as voice and texting went was great. However net surfing, picture messaging, and email with decent sized attachments really took a hit. With everyone else improving their standard 3g network I don't understand why sprint is not...
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sp_5015

Oct 6, 2011, 3:43 PM
2 words my friend....Network Vision
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subzer089

Oct 7, 2011, 10:19 AM
i agree with you, have had sprint for several years as well and i can honestly say it has a pristine network, regardless of what type of phone you may have on the Sprint network, your calls will rarely drop.
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