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    Josh Hudson
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    Oi todos,

    Eu fui com a Sprint para cerca de 2 anos e eu não ter ficado muito impressionado. Com o meu contrato que termina, eu vou perder 4G desde sua LTE não é ampla disseminação ainda. Estou pensando em se mudar para a Verizon. Quais são os pensamentos de everyones, vou estar recebendo uma galáxia e a esposa um Iphone 5. Agora temos 1500 min ilimitadas de texto e dados. Nós somos afortunados, se usamos 800 min, média 1500 mensagens e cerca de 2 GB de dados 3G e 4 G combinados. Espero que suba com o número LTE e o iphone5. Qualquer entrada é apreciado, estou em Delaware, btw.


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    tavenger5
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    Re: Switching service providers

    As you probably know, Verizon has a tiered data plan where you pay more depending on how much data you use. However, you can now pool voice and data between lines. Verizon tends to be more expensive than Sprint and T-mobile, but more reliable, and has a larger 4g network at the moment.
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    Josh Hudson
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    Re: Switching service providers

    I have been comparing and the unlimited talk and text 4GB data is pretty close to what IM paying for sprint now. And I'm tired of having dropped calls



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    Re: Switching service providers

    Verizon Wireless and AT&T are both great coverage wise. Sprint and T-Mobile are better with the pricing. If you can afford it, I'd probably go with Verizon Wireless. If you'd like to access their network at a lesser cost, you might be interested in Page Plus Cellular. You can't use the latest 4G phones with Page Plus Cellular though.



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    Re: Switching service providers

    If you can afford Verizon then I'd go with Verizon. I've never had AT&T, but know people that have, and they've kept it for years. But from personal experience and driving half-way across the country without an interruption in coverage, Verizon is solid. (though you'll dig markedly deeper into your pocket). Consequently, I know people that swear by Sprint also. I don't know your situation, but I read an article last week that said that Metro PCs actually is ahead of the curve when it comes to LTE as they were the first carrier to offer it. Moreover, they said they would be open to unlocked iPhone 5 phones on their network.



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    Re: Switching service providers

    Quote Originally Posted by maximuslyricus View Post
    If you can afford Verizon then I'd go with Verizon. I've never had AT&T, but know people that have, and they've kept it for years. But from personal experience and driving half-way across the country without an interruption in coverage, Verizon is solid. (though you'll dig markedly deeper into your pocket). Consequently, I know people that swear by Sprint also. I don't know your situation, but I read an article last week that said that Metro PCs actually is ahead of the curve when it comes to LTE as they were the first carrier to offer it. Moreover, they said they would be open to unlocked iPhone 5 phones on their network.
    I'd probably choose Verizon also, but I don't want to put out the money for it when there are cheaper alternatives. If I had access to unlimited funds, I'd most likely go with Verizon.



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    EmmaKille
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    Re: Switching service providers

    Verizon is really awesome.
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