I'm seriously thinking of switching from AT&T to Sprint
danmobile 26 Oct 2010, 21:58 posted on 0 0
I've used AT&T for years. My wife switched to Sprint over a year ago, she just had to have that purple LG Lotus. What I've noticed is that she gets signal in all the places I do. Her calls sound clear and there's hardly ever a dropped call. Sprints bills are easier to read and understand. Sprints website is much better designed and more user friendly. AND she pays a total of $77.00 dollars including tax and fees a month and get more services than I do for $104.00 dollars a month. I don't get all the negativity I see on some forums against Sprint. I really like the EVO 4G and I live in a 4G area. So why wouldn't I switch.
1. guest (unregistered)
yea go for it....if your already in a 4g city then why not. att needs a lot of work and i personaly think the only thing saving them is the iphone (although they say diff). i made the switch from att and i havnt looked back (had att for 8 years; when it was pacbell then cingular and now current att), and i have been way happier.
2. mark (unregistered)
i've had sprint for over 10 years. I started with them in the midwest, moved to Seattle, Denver and now LA. I worked for ATTWS and Cingular and still thought my sprint plan was good enough I didn't switch (which says as much for the quality of the employee plan as it does the quality of sprints service). Seattle has a lot of natural barriers to good mobile service. Aside from a few known dead spots, sprint worked as well or better than other carriers. In LA, verizon, t-mobile and att customers often comment about drops. I don't have that problem. I'm glad they've gotten the 4G deal and Evo to boost their perception. Solid service, good pricing, mediocre phone options aside from Evo and reasonably good customer service. Do it. make the switch.
3. ronf (unregistered)
ATT to Sprint???
No brainer unless you happen to live in an area that is a dead spot (they all have them)
Sprint is overall less money and better service than ATT
Get a family share plan with your wife and really save some $$. Remember with Sprint all Mobile to Mobile (any carrier) is free and nights start at 7PM. You will see that you use a lot more free minutes and a lot less anytime minutes with Sprint than ATT (saving you even more)
4. moregooder (unregistered)
Big A didn't work in my office - in Minneapolis...ummm-still a pretty big metro area.
Switched to Sprint-4G is smoking fast and I have been with them since June with 4 lines and have NEVER dropped a call-oh did I mention 30% less (after fees and taxes).
Leave AT&T for either Sprint or Verizon-you will be happy you did and wonder why it took you so long.
5. german (unregistered)
Guys im seriously switching from att to Sprint my contract is about to en on jan 2011 so its been a hard decition whether to change or not to Sprint!! im paying 130.00 after tax with my current att plan and features foe 2 lines because a company discount!
550 shared min anytime, $40.50
night and weekend free
$30 Unlimited data usage for iphone(Required 2 years ago and lucky to have it now)
$30 unlimited text, pic and vi1deo
$10 unlimited web browsing for Samsung phone(2nd line)
$5 Smart Limits (this for my younger sis phone, gotta watch her)
Please help me choose What would be the best option in i change to Sprint without loosing my features and getting more for less money as I've heard from sprint customers!
6. ken830 (unregistered)
Check out Sprint Everything Plus. For
7. Ricky (unregistered)
I don't how much long can i wait for the HTC pro 7, i want to by the phone but i am not going to wait until spring to have it, there are so many phones now and i need a new one as soon as possible. Please sprint hurry up!
8. joefuff (unregistered)
i currently have att and am going to switch to sprint. i will have the money to do it in April and i was wondering if i should go ahead and get the evo or wait for another htc 4g device to replace the evo. help!
9. snowgator (Posts: 3336; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
I am always in favor of waiting until the summer season, or close to the holidays, to get a new phone. In your case, June or July would be fine. You will see what Sprint, and for that matter all the other carriers have to offer, and the best pricing will be in effect as they jockey for your buisness. Worst case is that you settle for the EVO on sprint anyways, and you are out nothing but a little patience. It may even drop in price to make it more appealing if Sprint doesn't have a top dollar competitor versus AT&T and Verizon.