Top message: HTC One by sparker781
Replying to: Re: HTC One by sparker781
Re: HTC One
Okay already saw the phone. I mean whats the best of all evils in terms of carriers?
Ting, if Sprint works were you leave.
It's been been 4 months now and the worst thing that's happened to me is that the cheap aftermarket battery they sold me with the $50 refurbished phone needs to be replaced.
Battery failure is hardly the Service Provider's fault.
But if I remember right, you're one of those guys who uses cellular for the vast majority of your internet access, and doesn't lean on WiFi much. Ting isn't the best choice if you burn over 3 GB per month. They bill $20 - $25 per GB, but they round to the nearest Megabyte once you get over 3 gigs.
I lean on WiFi a lot, so my total bill for one Android smartphone last month was $31.52. It was $31.52 the month before, too. However, I only used about 500 MB of cellular data (and a couple gigs of home WiFi).
- Re: HTC One by sparker781