Sprint does have to do something about their network quality. Maybe it should have put money into Clearwire to complete the WiMax buildout, maybe not, but they stranded those of us who lived in the fringes of the 4G network who bought in anticipation of just a little more buildout.
We're stuck with a very lousy network. I can't imagine that any HTC EVO customers who live outside of the covered areas will be customers any longer than they actually have to. Those who do live in those areas will get service as Hesse indicated after 2012 but Sprint will have to pay through the nose to provide it, just like they do with the iden network. Say hello to higher churn.
Anyone have any ideas how best to get out of a phone contract? I'm around 14 months into it. Do I actually have to wait until month 24 or can I get out?
Worked much better when I was in Pasadena last New Years. Badgers lost but at least I could use my phone.
I see no reason to stay with Sprint but might wait for 4G LTE iPhone phone from Verizon. Tough decision as I really do like the Android based phones but thinking my wife and oldest son would like iPhone.