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Republic Wireless to Ditch Fair Use, Goes Unlimited

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If only this company wasn't in beta & open to everyone.

tether

Dec 22, 2011, 8:01 PM
DAMN! I wish I would have got in on the beta but I passed when I read the terms of using the cellular network. I didn't want to be limited to WiFi only with the little usage that was available on Sprint's Cell Network. This, for me & family, will be PERFECT! Sprint has terrible coverage where I live but being on WiFi, that will be no problem but when we travel to other areas or elsewhere around Albuquerque, Sprint has excellent coverage. Open up the beta for us Republic or drop the beta and open for everyone Republic!! Please help us escape from Simple Mobile!
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psycros

Dec 24, 2011, 9:06 PM
More like, "help us escape from AT&T and Verizon". Sprint isn't so bad, but you have got to wonder how Republic will make money if they offer truly unlimited service for $20/mth. I just don't see them being able to hold that line. The funny thing is, they wouldn't need to. They could ask $40 a month for the same thing, and as long as it was contract-free, they would get a flood of customers. Sprint has some fine devices and the best CS rating in the business right now (they utterly humiliate AT&T's hateful and incompetent support). Phones for Sprint are also slightly cheaper on average than their AT&T and VZW counterparts. If you do the math it makes infinitely more sense to buy your phone outright and get on something l...
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