your speeds are average for pre-NV sprint. i'd reccomend a non-sprint straight talk phone as your line 2. but otherwise you are average for sprint.
You don't have to pay full price for the phones, look at their classic plans. If you do pay full price for a phone, you get a cheaper monthly price which actually makes it cheaper after 24 months.
Sent from my LG Nitro HD
Verizon 4G LTE
San Francisco | San Jose
AT&T 4G LTE
this is interesting....
I wish I knew how to post my speed test results from my phone.
I'd be happy with 10% of what most posted results are.
Just for kicks, I run a speed test now.
This is actually fairly decent for a Sunday night, these results are about 80% faster than the norm...
switch to T-Mobile, AT/T or Verizon. Sprint is crap, hands down. First off, 3G on CDMA is horrid, but at least Verizon has LTE up in many places. Inside buildings, Sprint is useless because roaming rarely goes on, and is barely usable anyway. You can't even take the SIM card out in Sprint phones, they're embedded, and they'll try to charge you activation money even if you buy a phone outright.
It really depends on area with Sprint
I have sprint in Miami, FL and it sucks wherever I use it. All the phone does is load and then apps crash or safari cant load pages..smdh