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Is Sprint Blocking Device Reviews Again?


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Being one of the first Tri-Band Modem users in the Area, I attempted to post a review on Sprint's Website. There is 1 review up already so I figured it should be possible. When I attempt to write a review it says I am not logged in even though I am. The funny thing is I can post a review for any of my 5 other devices with no problem. I know that with the original Hotspot Sprint was making sure the rating was good even though the device had tons of issues. Is Sprint trying to do the same thing again?

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I can not answer your question but how is that hotspot? I am thinking of getting because my current hotspot does not hold a charge, is almost always over heating, and it takes over 10 minutes to connect to 3G or 4G. This is the 3G/4G hotspot from Sierrie Wireless.

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Stay tuned for my review which should be in Roberts hand by the end of day. He should have it up shortly. It will answer your questions in detail I hope. I'l also continue sending updates as I learn more about it. It is getting put through the wringer here so the results should be interesting.

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