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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Booju16, Oct 19, 2011.
With these slow speeds rendering my iPhone + Siri useless, it's much needed.
Lawsuit for slow speeds
Dumb. You'd never win.
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Do they offer minimum speeds?
You have unlimited... Haha be happy.
You choose Sprint. How can you sue for making the wrong carrier choice?
Have you not watched one Sprint commercial with promises to bring faster speeds than AT&T and Verizon?
Haha... you were warned, search for posts that I have personally made, I posted multiple times about Sprints 3G speeds. But, people were attracted to the "unlimited" data.
All I can suggest is return the phone, cancel the contract and move to ATT.
keep us posted on how the lawsuit is going...
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During speed tests sprint shows slower speeds but my web Pages load fairly quick.
"So Sprint has no return policy available?"
-Judge's first question
Yes, I'll write one up right now...
The only winners in a class action lawsuit are the lawyers.
Just return the phone. You should still be within the return window.
And it all depends on your location, it's not that slow everywhere. I've not had a problem in my area.
This is a perfect example of the influence Apple has.
Apple sets the precedence and their worshipers follow.
The very moment they don't like something... Threaten to sue.
It's the Apple Way.
Like everyone else said, return the phone and switch to another carrier. At this point you're not locked into Sprint.
If you're suing just because you want some easy money that's pretty pathetic.
You wanted a cheap unlimited contract. Enjoy or just return the darn phone.
Tell me how you've been damaged.
One turd of a person represents all users??? Cool thanks for that.
... I want a pony.
I'm having Subway for lunch.
Try a different speedtest server, might just be that server is congested.
FYI, my Sprint speeds have improved as of today. Or at least according to speedtest.net.
I think this might be a new record for longest period of time after an iPhone release before someone threatens a class action lawsuit.
The 4S really is the best iPhone yet!
It's raining in Cincinnati right now. I think I'll buy a coffee to warm up.
Besides, Siri's nearly useless to begin with, might as well direct your lawsuit towards Apple. It's their servers that Siri uses.
Siri has been experiencing network problems across all networks, likely related to server issues on Apples end. You'll have to wait for the initial surge to calm down before you can determine if the network is really too slow for Siri or not
Except for the first night, I've been using Siri regularly on Sprint, with no issues.