Sprint or T-Mobile - Need Quick Help
I live in So. California. I do not travel much outside of the state aside for visits to Las Vegas and Dallas.
The company I work for offers a special price on Sprint PCS plans with a free Sanyo 8100 phone. The prices are 500 minutes @ $33.75 or 300 minutes @ $26.50.
I currently use T-Mobile (Nokia 3565) and haven't had any huge issues with the service. I am on a 39.99 plan that includes 600 minutes.I almost always stay within my plans minutes .. usually under by about 150 or so.
The Sprint promotion at work ends very soon. Therefore, does it make sense to change to Sprint? I have never used Sprint so how does it compare to the reception of T-Mobile?
My friend just gave me an a500 samsung cdma phone and its locked to Sprint and I am in Nova Scotia, Canada trying to activate on Aliant Telecom, Sprint apparently does not provide lock codes (which is logical), does anyone know any source of attaining this?
I understand their reasoning since I work with ATT Wireless Customer Care heh
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