Sprint changing things

BlackHawkA4

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And I don't like it.

First the 10 fee for smart phones. Didn't effect me because I had the epic. Now they changed to 2 premier plans. instead of getting the 12 month upgrade it's 22 months...

If they start raping I'm changing to verizon. At least they are like we rape you but we give you better phones.
 

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I know I got the mailer notification in the mail last week. This really sucks because I've looked forward to upgrading my phone after 12 months for the last two years. Now it's 22! Hope I can stay excited about my Evo for that long.
 

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The extra 10 dollar fee, when they can't get 4G to me, is sad. Dropping me down to "silver" -premium, when I spend a good chunk of change on a family plan is even sadder. Even sadder is that the only alternative is Verizon. I was with them for many years but I got tired of them always having their hand in my wallet.
 

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I started shopping around. Sprint is still the right choice it appears. Sucks though. I just got my upgrade from last year this month. Waiting on new phones to come out. Also am looking into another. Where are our new phones?

I'm not going to open an account and get an evo if something else is coming and get stuck with it. Same goes for my upgrade. Hmm
 

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If you do the math, Sprint is still generally the most affordable option. Leaving the cheapest company to a higher priced one, because Sprint's prices went up a bit, seems rather self-defeating.
 
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If you have multiple 4g phones it's no longer the most affordable. Sure, I get more minutes with Sprint, but my family rarely goes over 400 minutes. The other carriers generally get more high end phones and the one thing that kept me at Sprint was the yearly upgrade. I'm not going to scream and rant, but instead of upgrading I will keep my Evo until my contract is over and then I will pick my carrier based on who has the phones I want since they all have good or fair reception where I live.
 

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If you do the math, Sprint is still generally the most affordable option. Leaving the cheapest company to a higher priced one, because Sprint's prices went up a bit, seems rather self-defeating.

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