Hi folks. I am new here and with BB's. I have had windows smartphones for awhile, the last was an HTC Touch Pro with my own rom. I have been with Sprint for years now.(12 yrs). I must be the exception because I have always had pretty decent experiences with the CS and have pretty much gotten what I wanted without to much trouble. And I have traveled all over and have never had a problem making or receiving a call. The plan that my wife and I have, Verizon,AT&T and others have admitted they can't come close to my rate for a comparatable plan. Now I have (4) phones on this plan. 3000 anytime minutes, unlimited data, unlimited text, free nights and weekends, and my nights start at 7.
Welcome to BBOS.
It's true Sprint does get a bad rap but I am glad you enjoy them. I am sure there are many others like you.
Sprints has Mobi Tv
Sprints comes with a better nav system
Sprints Tour comes unlocked
Why do Verizon customers always bash other carriers?
Last edited by kyrumo; 08-29-2009 at 03:07 AM.
I have had Sprint and I now have Verizon. My in-laws still have Sprint. We live in a major metro area and my in-laws (with Sprint) CONSTANTLY drop calls. Our Verizon calls never drop (and I mean EVER). Whenever we travel...Sprint has no signal...Verizon does...to the point that we have to let our in-laws use our phones. There is no bashing...it's 100% from real-world experience.
One in-law has a Sprint Blackberry 8330 and the other has a LG (whichever). Neither have signal.
My point was that the difference between the Sprint Tour and the Verizon Tour IS the service. Sprint, from my own experience, is bad and Verizon is good. If you remove the service as a factor then there really is no difference asside from appearance. Different color bezels and the chip inside.
Last edited by rsmiff; 09-01-2009 at 05:19 AM.
Sprint Navigation is alot better then VZ Navigator and we get Sprint Tv on our Tours.
Last edited by kyrumo; 09-01-2009 at 06:28 PM.
Well Mark...the phones are going to be virtually the same. You'll have to check around where you live and decide which carrier has better coverage in your area.