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I was just sitting here bored at work when i ran across this. Sprint I guess has 3 MVNOs that use there LTE network. The first one I noticed which is a little more well known that a few sites reported on is "Ting". The second and the one with the best plan pricing is "Voyager Mobile". The third one is "Ring Plus, Inc". This just blew my mind for some reason but I should of known after how they did it with WiMax. I believe this would make the first LTE MVNOs in the U.S. so far. Just had to share this with ya'll, I wonder if they would activate any Sprint phone and would you have to root because the APN setting may be different?

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I'm going to pretend I'm an ostrich with my head in the sand but , isn't this where we kinda got started with mvno's ? It's because we were looking for cash to upgrade and do more with the network but were not there yet right people ?

 

mobile with Evo Lte

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I'm going to pretend I'm an ostrich with my head in the sand but , isn't this where we kinda got started with mvno's ? It's because we were looking for cash to upgrade and do more with the network but were not there yet right people ? mobile with Evo Lte

 

Since when is more customers a bad thing? Maybe Verizon or ATT should boot 30 million of their customers. :)

 

Seriously though, these are small potatoes... Ting is the largest, and they are tiny.

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Those Voyager Mobile handsets are expensive. I guess it helps subsidize those monthly rates.

Might give it a try once tri-band LTE handsets start coming out.

Looks like your choice is to get a discount on the phone and pay a higher monthly fee, or pay full price for the phone and get a cheaper monthly rate.

Isn't that what they do in the U.K.? Pay top dollar for phone but just pop in sim card?
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