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  3. It looks like they extended the free year promo through The end of September.
  4. So is the improvement in sprint speeds in abq noticeable? I never really got any download speeds over 10-15 Mbps in abq when I had them (until February)
  5. Question about the free year promo - does anyone know how long you have to have been a non sprint costumer to be eligible for the free year promo? We left to T-Mobile as I posted here bc of the price. But call quality at T-Mobile is aweful compared to sprint - lots of spots with dropped or nearly dropped calls.. areas with signal almost going away and having to have people repeat themselves. Considering coming back to sprint after four or five months with magenta. If i do this, I'll miss having open world on my account. :-/
  6. I'm not sure how this gets rid of gimmicks. I believe consumers want a price that will stick - not a plan that will jump in a year.
  7. It seems like sprint did this to avoid churn to T-Mobile but hasn't really pushed it out hard. Most people that travel extensively internationally still think of T-Mobile as the go to company. Not sprint.
  8. Sprint coming soon teaser

    Sounds like it's the galaxy s 8...
  9. Maybe.. but we're paying a whopping $112 all in for four lines and two of the lines will probably always get $10 kickback credits. So for now I'll milk the cheap plan while I can. FYI tmo data speeds in abq are way, way faster than sprint's...And I did this as a trial. If i don't like it, i can always go back as all the phones are unlocked. Or even try Verizon.
  10. I find it very interesting that suddenly when the tenor of this thread and general sprint perception was going south fast, sprint seems to be righting the ship and releasing all these great news. Maybe the figure is not so grim for sprint after all. I gotta say that while I had a great 3 1/2 years with sprint, T-Mobile just made us an offer too great not to take up - especially with hookup, kickbacks and a free line. That said, all our phones are now unlocked and we could always switch right back to sprint if they come up with better plans.
  11. That said there are workarounds like getting a bestbuy T-Mobile prepaid SIM card for $5
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