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    LG G3, Nexus 6P (returned), Nexus 5X, SERO P
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  1. We were able to get on the T-Mobile hookup code 20% discount which feels a lot like bring back on Sero but with TMobile. 3 lines of unlimited data for $80 is a smoking deal. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  2. Finally with TMobile. I was on Sprint Sero through the whole entire painfully slow LTE transition. I finally jumped ship to AT&T when it was obvious they were not making any progress with B26 in Phoenix. Now I'm on the 3 lines for $80 plan with hookup , and expect the bill to be $70 with kickback on one of the paid lines. I used to think Sero was a great deal but this is amazing. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  3. Isn't there also carrier specific firmware on these that would require a reflash to say move it to at&t and have all their features work like wifi calling ?
  4. Just because they can be unlocked doesn't make them 100% compatible with the other carriers. Only a few sprint sold phones have all the right compatibility for the other big 3 wireless providers.
  5. Interesting. I wonder if this works the same for the note 7 once they quit catching fire.
  6. I would love a dual sim phone that I could activate on both sprint and cricket. Especially if it could be configured to use sprint as primary but fall back to cricket/Att when sprint lte is not available. That would be awesome for my usage.
  7. Yes I noticed that too. I assume the CDMA version will be the USA variant and the gsm only phone the international one.
  8. Looking for what phone I can order from Sprint, but can eventually take to any of the other 3 big carriers without missing any LTE bands . I believe the only phones Sprint sells that are truly carrier agnostic is the iPhone but curious if there are any android options. Last one I knew of was the Nexus 6. A major thing I do not like about phones such as the Samsung galaxy/note is there are carrier specific versions and historically a Sprint variant always had less resale value than an AT&T or other variant.
  9. Can one of you test CA? It was broken on the moto x pure and still is.
  10. The issue I have with flagship phone on Sprint is they usually didn't have all the LTE bands for other carriers and this lowered resale value. Only the iPhone was truly carrier agnostic. If I buy a galaxy s7 I want to be able to take it to any other carrier.
  11. If I stay on Sprint I'm going to dump the moto x. While it's a great photo it's clear that Sprint never bothered to integrate it into their network properly. From my experience over the the past year : CA doesn't work Domestic roaming doesn't work, native Sprint coverage only. I have Sprint open world but could not get data in Canada. I'm going to get an iPhone for the simple fact that it's the only phone you can easily take to other carriers that Sprint knows how to support property, and has wifi calling.
  12. Be interesting to know if anyone has been able to get the Moto x to work GSM data in Mexico or Canada. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  13. I called them.. They can't figure it out. What's weird the Moto x has no screen for APN settings and things like that. I think sprint just has their setup wrong for this phone. It also became obvious that they are not as good supporting phones they don't sell. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  14. Hey everyone. I'm traveling in Canada and can't get any GSM data to work with the Moto x pure. I have Sprint open world so it should be working. Voice and text work, but nada on data. Network is set to global, and I've updated profile. Any suggestions ? Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  15. They are great but call an echo test line and you'll see the massive delay I'm talking about . Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
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