O boy I am glad they are keeping the unlimited data plans because I do not want to seem them go away on my families Android devices. But I am hoping the same thing that happened to ATT when the iPhone was first released does not happen to Sprint. To clarify the network better not slow to a crawl.
Unlimited data or not, i really don't give right now :), i tend to use 1.5gb avg each month with up to 3gb max(but rarely). One month i had 7.5gb... don't know what i was doing... lol. just get me a good provider with nice speeds :). But im switching to android for my new phone anyways so :P lol. Help me choose if u know androids :D.
I love my HTC Evo 4G Inspector but right now there are better phones out there than that. I think the Droid Bionic ought to be good. Maybe we can get a hardware roundup of android based phones :)
Depends on what service provider you want Inspector.
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It would be a smart business move. As more and more service providers pull the unlimited plug
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I keep hearing about this and I am super excited if this is true
Dunno about anyone else, but as slow as Sprint is in my area. I couldn't reach over 5GB bandwidth if I stayed up 24/7 and my life depended on it. Even in areas with full signal strength my Evo takes FOREVER to play a youtube video or even surf the net. I've no 4g in my area yet I still have to pay 10 dollars for PREMIUM DATA RATES? If that's your premium speed then I damn sure don't want to see what SUB PAR data rate is like. TL;DR : It could be unlimited data all day long, if I only get severely crippled bandwidth what's the point? Fix your busted ass network THEN I'll be excited.
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