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RE: I love my EVOLTE
By bigboxes on 7/31/2012 1:38:36 AM , Rating: 2
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How you managed to take something I said about HTC and apply it to Sprint is ingenious. Actually, I'm fairly happy with Sprint. I can make calls almost anywhere and I sound crystal clear. AT&T on the other hand sounds like crap. That and they are always dropping calls. And Verizon? How much do you really want to pay for service? As far as their network goes I just want to have decent throughput so it's not like I'm on dial-up. Can you hear me now?


RE: I love my EVOLTE
By anactoraaron on 7/31/2012 2:15:44 AM , Rating: 2
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How you managed to take something I said about HTC and apply it to Sprint is ingenious


Uh yeah, it must have been the thread titled "I love my EVO LTE" which is only on Sprint. It was indeed ingenious.

I agree with you on Verizon. Way too expensive. Also Verizon's 3G service is terrible so if you aren't in a 4G area you will be grinding your teeth doing anything on it with your phone. As far as sprint's coverage it really is dependent on where you live (applies to T-Mo too).


RE: I love my EVOLTE
By bigboxes on 7/31/2012 9:07:03 AM , Rating: 2
I can still love my hardware and complain about the network. This has nothing to do with HTC. I was just wondering how HTC could have such poor market share with such wonderful hardware. I think the consensus is marketing. Of course, Samsung has a lot more $$ for litigation and resources to ride out any challenge from Apple.

I do, however, live in the DFW metroplex. Sprint is indeed strong here, but I had great coverage even when I was in Aspen. On the flip side, my friends on AT&T have great data. Their LTE speeds have been in the 30M+ range. I am jealous. My phone doesn't have WiMax so I am waiting on Sprint to rollout their LTE deployment, which has supposedly already been done. Yeah... I don't think so.


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