This is the main problem with the Sprint MVNOs in my opinion and the reason I'll be departing. My basic requirements is for a reasonably powerful smartphone with a keyboard.
Originally Posted by billm261
Things I've tried
LG Slider - ARMv6 chip which means it is very slow. Also seems to have a weird periodic power drain issue.
Samsung Transform Ultra - seemed to have potential, but there is a screen issue that is widely discussed which renders the touchscreen very hard to use.
I've finally given up and moved to T-mobile. $30/month is nice and I have have access to a wide selection of phones. Unlike with Virgin/Boost's phone offerings, I'm actually happy with the T-mobile G2. It is fast enough for me, has a good keyboard and screen, and seems free of show stopping bugs. A little less coverage, but the 3G (fake 4G) data speeds are great. I can easily live with the 100 minutes of voice supplemented by voip when I'm near wifi.
Last edited by mch; 12-20-2011 at 04:29 PM.
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