As for iPhones being junk- sorry but you don't become the most popular phone by not doing things well. You may not have liked it, but I find that unlikely. Why spend all the money getting new phones every year if you weren't happy with the phone?
Their post-paid phone support is okay... but their FlexPay phone support is a nightmare.
When my company decided to drop T-Mobile for Verizon - their was some who cried tears of joy.
I don't necessarily feel that emotional over it, but I hate T-Mobile still because of FlexPay.
That and their crappy coverage map... You'll never catch me with a T-Mobile phone
ALTHOUGH I do respect some of the options they give and some of the direction they are taking (less bill for out-of-contract for example)
Sprint's coverage is far superior to T-Mobile- so one peon calling another yellow doesn't do much for me. I'll just compare the devices, and note that the HD2 loses. It almost seems like it was a practice device when HTC was making the Evo. It is a great phone, but it falls just a little short of the mark.
HD2 = Windows mobile... Antique OS with a pretty skin...
no thanks to both.
I dislike Apple, but they were hands down the best out last year ths time. Tides are changing and I wish AT&T wasn't behind the times...
I'll be up for an upgrade this fall at some point...
I'm hoping AT&T pulls thru on their promise of ~5 Android phones because the one they have (Backflip) sucks.