Should I Switch?
You will see what I mean when you can look at real time traffic reports to help out your daily commute, or kill boredom at the DMV by going online and responding to emails. Helio just gives more opportunity to do more then just voice. If it is just voice you want though, then helio can do that too.
JCNinLa says Verizons not out in the there, so what you just said seems pretty....ya know, no good listening skills lolz...
As for Helio helping me kill time in the DMV that was an example I used based on my own personal experience. Besides the DMV she goes to could be in a place where there IS data service, do you live with her sprint 2007? NO? Then sprint boy should listen to me telling his ass to keep quiet.
My post was meant to help her. If you have nothing better to say then to bash other people's replies then maybe you shouldn't say anything at all.
as for wombough saying that sprint can do everything helio can, please go into detail. and add up all the extras sprint is charging for the stuff that comes in the Helio all-in packages.
Post bashing does not solve anything or help anyone. All I'm here to do is answer the questions I can and help the ones I can help.
If you see the forum post fights in the other carriers forum you will see that a pissing contest never solves anything.
If Yean thinks that Sprint offers more, and he likes looking for 3rd party applications for free cause his carrier likes charging extra for every litle thing, then by all means he has a right to his opinion. Helio charges for stuff too, but they also encompass more free applications that are included with their plans.
I like to think Sprint and Helio are helping each other. Sprint does offer a lot of service, and of coarse, do charge for their service.
There are many developed J2ME sites that offer a lot of FREE apps, games, full length movies (current movies showing), TV shows, TV, etc.
I'm very impressed with Helio's phone portfolio, but Sprint does offer more, in my opinion. And Sprint will continue to offer more when WiMAX rolls out.