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Top message:  Leaving Sprint early for the Note by madmartian   Feb 13, 2012, 5:14 PM

Replying to:  Re: Leaving Sprint early for the Note by madmartian   Feb 14, 2012, 7:54 PM

Re: Leaving Sprint early for the Note

by ddc-dis    Feb 20, 2012, 4:46 PM

I also had an EVO 4G with Sprint. Got tired of paying for "4G service" w/o 4G coverage in my area (Red Bank, NJ). The WiMAX will not go any place, Sprint is also moving to LTE 4G, but it will take years for them to build the network out. Considering their WiMAX build outspeed, do not hold your breath for LTE build build out.

I was also thinkung about switching to AT@T because of the Note, but while trying to upgrade my wife's iPhone to Note, they were so deceptive about upgrading and tried to make her pay extra 100 dollars (preorder time, Feb. 5th) for keeping her unlimited data service. I canceled my wife's preorder, and, for me, I went to Verizion this past weekend.

I got one of the best 3 Verizon phones, HTC Rezound, for 80.00 from Amazon, and switched to them instead of AT@T and Note. I am HAPPY with my phone. I have 4G LTE right now in Red Bank, the phone is just great (added an extra battery, 2750mAh)and it holds up over a day on a single charge. The screen is not the size of the Note, but, hey, with Note you are stuck with AT&T which is trying to screw their long time customers. Besides, they are way behind Verizon in LTE build out.

BTW, I also have a supplier discount with all of the carriers, but that is mostly a % off of the monthly bill.

Verizon will alos get a version of the NOTE. Also, VErizon right now is offering 2 times their data service. For the proce of 2GB, you get 4B a month. Not bad at all!

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