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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Six8, Sep 26, 2012.
Not bad huh? I wonder how much better LTE will be?
Awesome. Ironic that "sprint" means to go fast.
Im jealous over here, not gonna lie. bahahaha
Wow so glad I dumped them back in may. With the data speeds I get from att I don't know why I didn't switch a Long time ago.
I can run faster than that...
Using hotspot with my laptop and its just as fast. Blazin!!
Yeah they definitely suck here in LA. I only get decent speeds at work and everywhere else is god awful.
lmfao yeah loving them here too.
That's not even GPRS speeds. I had those same numbers, which is why I'm with Verizon now. I get about 25 up and down here in Jacksonville NC.
???? I thought it was pretty good
LOL, same speeds here in NYC. Bought my iPhone 5 off contract so if Sprint doesn't lite up NYC with LTE in the next 2 months im going to Verizon
That's what I thought too when I checked their coverage map. It said I had "best coverage". That was a lie. It's good in 1 or 2 areas that's about it.
HA HA I think the OP was being serious.
I see why they can give unlimited data
yup. sprints sucks
i am getting 14 mbps download on LTE for Sprint.
not bad for sprint
That's typical for LTE, but the 95% of users on Sprint who don't have LTE, they have worthless bricks on 3G.
I think their new mascot should be a carrier pigeon.
Can't wait to see this once it loads
lol Probably, iPhone 5 magically giving OP at least some sort of signal vs. totally nothing with other devices.
Sprint is alot cheaper than everyone else, and data isnt everything. Seriously, who can afford to pay $30/month for texting PLUS $50.00 for data? (PER LINE).
EDIT: Most my essentials seem to run fine on the slower sprint 3G. Maps is really all I need when driving.
For me, 5mbps would be more than plenty as I dont watch YouTube when away from home nor do I DL movies.
I pay $50 per month for Unlimited talk, unlimited text and 10 gig of data shared by 6 phones ($50 per phone.) Seems like a good deal for me. I get 14 mbps on LTE and 5-6 on HSPA+. By the OP, he couldn't download 10 gig in a month if he had it on all month...
SO thats less than 2GB per person per month? LTE will eat it up like candy if not careful. A couple of careless youtube videos in HD will get you in trouble. Sprint is unlimited, although it sucks. If one doesnt watch videos, what good is LTE really? I get about 1.2mbps at work and at home and thats just as fast as when i was on 25mbps. (Opening websites, checking email, using maps, ect.)
As I said in another thread, most of the people on my plan just use email, facebook, etc. I use the most and I'm only at 700 meg 3 weeks in. I looked into a smaller plan, but because of how AT&T does the pricing, they are all the same price. Nice to know I have some overhead should I need to tether or want to Facetime on the road.