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Hello....I'm new here....found this site trying to find out info about Sprints new LTE! As I'm a long time customer of Sprint and our service has SUCKED for quite some time and by the end of this year I will have 3 of my 6 phones up of contract renewal and if something wasn't about to happen with this new network I plan to switch to Verizon. But after my browsing on here it appears by the end of this year or soon after we will have the new network....if so I will happily remain a loyal customer. Keeping my fingers crossed as I've been paying a fortune for our phones for many years and I'm over it! The kicker is and I had no idea how bad our service sucked until a buddy of mine who has the same sIII as I do only on Verizon.....I could not get data to save my life one night and he was laughing, he opened a hot spot for me and my god......that was the fasted my phone has over moved....even sitting right next to my e3000 router at home. Needless to say....it made me SICK. So I am really keeping my fingers and toes crossed Sprint does not let us down! Sorry for my rant.......Todd

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Rants against Sprint are not allowed. However, I didn't read your post as a rant. Just explaining your observations and you tempered it with hopeful optimism.

 

I can tell you as a person who has Verizon and Sprint service and spent four days testing both in the well deployed Waco market, that Sprint's LTE service is competitive. And the fact that Sprint's service is unlimited, makes it even better.

 

Unfortunately, I live in a market that will be at the end of Network Vision. But I am excited to see it all develop and watch Sprint become a competitive carrier again. Besides, I get to use it when I travel.

 

Robert via CM9 Kindle Fire using Forum Runner

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