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Discussion in 'iPhone 4S' started by Deejay, Nov 18, 2012.
If you have sprint?
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Nothing is worth upgrading on sprint.
Only exception would be if you live in the Chicago area. In a month it will be the most amazing area in the US.
Rugby why do you say Chicago will be the most amazing in a month??
Why you say that Rugby
Because sprint just spent a ton of money and a year making tat area the best in the US. Every where else sucks. Big time.
Do I need to repeat this four times?
So blunt, but so funny and so true.
I wonder if its better then att in Chicago. In Chicago on my 4S I always got like 1.5mbps down
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I am nothing but honest.
It's why y'all either like me or hate me.
Try being me here.
The upgrade from the 4S to the 5 is definitely worth it. I said it, so it must be true.
I'm in the Chicago area with an iPhone 5. I've gotten 10mbps+ consistently with LTE. At times 25-30mbps.
I'm telling ya. That areas biggest tourist attraction is its wireless network.
Just had LTE activated in my area & getting 30-45mbps download & about 20 upload. I'm in Spartanburg, SC btw.
Sounds like it's only worth it if you're in an area with LTE. I have the 4s on Sprint out here in the wilds of northern NJ and I'm sticking with the 4s. Sprint blows, but it's cheap. I have 3 iPhones on a family plan and my total cost (taxes & fees included) is $169 a month. Data is unlimited unless you mean data SPEED. The speed is extremely limited, but only by the overall suckage of Sprint's data network.
I switched to the 5 from the 4S and was stoked on the hardware upgrade. I went from Sprint to Verizon and the minimal speed increase VS the extra cost of plan was not worth it for my family.
Took the VZN 5's back and am still with Sprint.
With the cash infusion from the SoftBank deal and Network Vision being implemented, I feel Sprint is in a great spot, and will have a superior 4G LTE network.
Killer new avi, despite the Jedi alignment...
short answer YES
Sprint sucks here in Chicago plain and simple.
Give it a month and you will change your tune. Will be literally the best wireless network in the US.
Been hearing it for a while. First it was July 2012 now November # liars
You know this isn't twitter right?
I bet you keep paying your bill though don't you? Darn terms and conditions. Get us all every time.
They will continue to wait a month because they can.
Guess what world ends in a month so it really doesn't matter.