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What phone do you have, and what carrier?

Discussion in 'Mobile Gaming' started by Geoff, May 20, 2011.

  1. J-Law

    J-Law Level 3

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    Samsung Galaxy SII Epic 4g Touch from Sprint. Service is a bit spotty at times but otherwise, a very good phone with a good carrier. I just wish the speeds were like Verizon's but I love that unlimited data.
     
  2. Geoff

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    I have unlimited data with Verizon, but I'm going to lose it next time I upgrade my phone since they got rid of all their unlimited data plans. Not looking forward to that at all, especially since my next phone will be 4G and we just got Verizon 4G around here a few months ago.
     
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    You can't just upgrade your phone and keep the same plan?
     
  4. Geoff

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    Nope, Verizon originally said that anyone with unlimited data could keep their plan. But now they've changed it so that when you get a new phone, you have to switch to a limited data plan.
     
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    Oh, wow. That really sucks. :/ If I were in that situation [with my current phone] I think I'd just keep it indefinitely lol.

    Though I honestly don't know how people can go over 1gb of data anyway. I never get anywhere near that even on months when I've tethered a fair bit.
     
  6. J-Law

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    That sucks Geoff, but to be honest, you probably won't get near the 2gb mark for your data. I have unlimited and I use it a ton and I only get like 500mb a month xD I don't stream movies over netflix or anything though... and I'm on wifi at home.
     
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    I have a blue Galaxy S 3, with AT&T, the phone is amazing and so fast. Android beats anything hands down. AT&T has very A+ service here in Florida so I never have any issues. Ever since I upped to 3gig of data it feels like im suddenly using a lot more though.
     
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    I really wish I had a 4G phone...we got it in my area a few months after I bought it, and I still have 5-6 months before I can upgrade. Definitely looking at getting an S3 though - I tried one the other day and it was amazing.
     
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    I'll be upgrading to an iPhone 5 soon, like the full-blown Appletard that I am.

    You're welcome to begin throwing the tomatoes :P
     
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    Got a refurbished black iPhone 4S from Sprint a few weeks ago. It may be refurbished, but I wouldn't have known if it weren't mentioned on the box it came in-- the thing is in near-perfect condition. No scratches, works like a charm... For the price it was sold for ($50, same as the phone I got two years ago), I'm pretty happy.
     

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