Owings Mills/Reisterstown Maryland
I am thinking of switching from Verizon to Sprint.
I had a mobile business when using Verizon, that is why I went with them. I really needed very dependable service.
Now I am stationary with a shop instead, and would love to cut my bill in half.
So Sprint is offering to pay end of contract fees if you sign up and get the iPhone6. Your plan will be $50 a month and that is unlimited talk, text and data.....
Can I have anyone's input that lives near my area or not. But was hoping to get some people to chime back that live in my area.
Thank you in advance.
Coverage Map Wrong
Henry County, Indiana ... sprint map wrong
Zip Code 47356 & 47351 has NO 4G service
Has anyone els noticed this ?
And I know they cant guarantee service but the map is so off .....they are claiming they have service where they do not at all
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When I'm out of my wifi home & try to connect to Google Maps, Shazam, or any other app, I get the message "Could not activate cellular data network"
Upon my most recent trip to the Sprint Store this afternoon I finally found out they are upgrading towers & the work is expected to continue until 2014!
I am on a family plan, 6 mos. into a 2 yr contract... I have few options, thus this post.
Is anyone else out there in the greater Montclair area having similar problems? Perhaps we can have an impact together.
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