I just noticed this... has anyone else noticed this? I personally don't work there but a friend does but if sprint will remove it. Their 3G isn't worth it and ill move over to t-mobile prepaid ;D
I got my discount years ago, around 2008 from a friend. My main question is has anyone with a discount noticed this on their account? Hope I'm not targeted or else I'm just going to find an excuse to finally move over to the T-Mobile 30$ plan.
In a move that would leave the United States mobile carrier market dominated by three carriers rather than four, Sprint could be soon buying out T-Mobile to set up a merger for the ages.
The company still hasn’t decided on the action it will take, but Sprint could post a bid in the first half of 2014, and the deal could be worth more than $20 billion.
I just purchased the Nexus 4 a few days ago and moved my number to T-Mobile for their $60 prepaid plans and I am loving the switch, I don't know why I didn't do it sooner. I was with Sprint for 11 years and I honestly didn't know how bad the service is. I am consistently getting 5 Mbs on HSPA+ in Los Angeles, whereas on 3G I was getting maybe 0.2 and maybe 3 Mbs on 4G for the sprint network.
My Sprint contract is up in April. I'm currently living in an area with NO 4G LTE coverage and very poor voice coverage (Saint Clair, MO). From what I have seen, this area might never get 4G LTE coverage. Can I take my Sprint Galaxy Nexus to any prepaid carriers?
Sprint, the last of the four major US carriers, has just published a pre-order page for Samsung’s flagship phablet of 2014, the Galaxy Note 4 — so you can now reserve yourself a unit on either AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint.
A Note 4 locked on Sprint’s network on a prepaid plan will set you back $720 upfront, which is $106 cheaper than the $826 AT&T is charging.
After doing a little research it seems that people who are not residents of japan cannot legally get a voice\data SIM card. They can however get a throw away prepaid phone that does voice AND a data-only SIM card for their separate smart phone that needs to be activated in-country. :-!
Anyone know a Japanese Prepaid Data SIM card that will work with the sprint variety of the HTC one?