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  1. CDMA version of the Moto G 2015 is shown in the specs on the website now. http://www.motorola.com/us/products/moto-g#Specifications ...Sprint Prepaid, US Cellular, and Virgin Why can't we get these damn phones on post-paid!!! Its freaking ridiculous!!
  2. Yes, but I am already paying $45 of that $120 now since 3 of my lines were existing and didn't qualify for the promotion, so it will only be $75 (plus some more fees probably) more when the promo ends.
  3. I have 8 lines (me, wife, 3 family, 3 friends) on a 60gb family share plan. We are currently paying $185 ($23.13 /line) including all taxes and a 19% discount. This will be the price until 1/2016... after that, i estimate it will be around $265 ($33.16 /line)... which is still pretty awesome IMO
  4. Well, I found a solution to my activation problem... I sold my phone on swappa.com for a profit!
  5. Roger That. Thank you for the advice. Some additional information... Sprint customer care stated that they had internal documents stating that devices purchased through Google Play and Sprint (obviously) would be eligible for activation, and explicitly stated that devices purchased through Motorola would not... though this might have been their way of getting me off the phone
  6. I am not going to argue with you. Any useful help would be appreciated.
  7. I didn't say I expected otherwise. I am just providing information for those that are interested.
  8. Hey, just a heads up. I just received my Nexus 6 directly from Motorola and the IMEI is not in their system... I am going to see what I can get done. Any advice would be appreciated.
  9. The one in my area had 3 phones in stock that were reservable (but not actually for sale until 11/19) and 1 for demo. Luckily I was able to play with the demo unit before it got attached to their big ass phone lock security device. I already have a white 32gb coming from motorola... otherwise I would have probably reserved one... even with the risk of it not being white listed.
  10. If anyone is curious to just get their hands on one, it looks like a lot of T-Mobile stores already have a limited number in stock. I was able to play around with one last night. In short... It is glorious.
  11. This is all assuming you need a flagship $600 phone. With very capable phones like the Aquos Crystal and Desire 510 coming to Sprint, the non subsidized plan model starts to make more sense. ED1500 w/ 4 lines = $210 /month 4 Desire 510 = $0 on contract 24 Month cost = $5040 20gb family share pack w/ 4 lines = $160 /month 4 Desire 510 = $860 w/ tax 24 Month cost = $4700 It isn't a ton of money you are saving, and you do lose unlimited data, but for some people it will be the best option. Also, if you
  12. Good grief I hope this is a Nexus device. I miss having a pure Google phone.
  13. The Screen on the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is listed as TFT, and it has gotten generally favorable reviews.... though any 7" display with that resolution is going to look pretty inadequate.
  14. Excuse me for not being more precise... I meant to say near future. What are the chances of a revised version of the Moto X (not Moto X2) coming out with triband support. (this is obviously pure speculation intended to jump start discussion)
  15. Aaaaaaand back to the original topic... So... Who here is actually getting the Moto X? I want to so bad, but I just can't see myself getting another phone that doesn't have tri-band support. What do you think the chances are of a tri-band version in the future?
  16. Its not as fancy as it sounds... essentially its just a dual core S4 pro with adreno 320 (2 cores for the CPU and 4 cores for the GPU) That accounts for 6 of the 8 cores they are talking about... the other 2 are low power chips used for very specific tasks ( one for the always on mic and one for monitoring orientation/movement) ...at least that is what I gleaned from the article
  17. This is the replacement list that I got... Another HTC EVO Motorola Photon Q Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LG Viper Galaxy Nexus I was told that the list changes depending on what is in stock at the wearhouse, but that could be b.s.
  18. That looks like a great deal... and it appears that if you have any problems, you can just take it back to a Best Buy store to return or exchange. On the phone itself, get it... best phone I have owned (iphone 3g, iphone 4, EVO, Nexus 4g, EVO LTE, Galaxy S3), and the first that I didn't want to immediately exchange for the next best thing. DO IT!!
  19. Yeah, I suppose my experience is more the exception than the rule. Hopefully a solution will present itself soon.
  20. Do what I did and pitch your problems to a sprint store. It took me a couple of times to get someone that was willing to do anything about it, so don't give up after the first person. If it doesn't work the first time, come back a couple days later and try someone else.
  21. I did have to pay a $35 fee since I dont have insurance. The store I went to was not a sprint cooperate store... it was a "sprint preferred retailer Hope this helps.
  22. I've had it since the first week of June.
  23. I am officially jumping ship to the Galaxy S3. I talked to a technician at my local store about my connectivity issues and the fact that my wife's GS3 is using 4mb of LTE for every 1mb of 3g while I was just the opposite. He was able to get me into an GS3 right away as opposed to going through 2 or 3 different EVOs just confirm what we already new. I think it helped that he was apparently frustrated with the same issue on his own EVO. I really like the EVO, but with the LTE issues and the GS3 getting JB already... it seamed like a no brainer. Hopefully HTC can get it together as I
  24. So I got prl 56006 running on my EVO LTE today. I am in a good coverage area, so i decided to force it to roam only, and something unexpected happened... I connected to LTE... while roaming. It shows the operator name as: 310120 I know my closest tower was supposed to be completed at the end of last month, but I have only caught fleeting glimpses of 4G on my phone thus far. Am I right to assume that I am accessing LTE from the site before it has been officially handed off to sprint? If so, do I have anything to fear in continuing to stay connected to it? Chris
  25. decke003


    That is exactly what I was thinking this morning... Maybe they are shipping the phone with LTE problems and then planning to push out an update just before they flip the on switch for LTE. It doesn't seem like a bad Idea to me. We aren't going to notice a network problem on a network we can't connect to are we?
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