I have SprintPCS and I voted that I hate my service. SprintPCS is one of the worst cellular carrier that I have ever owned. Even Nextel was better. Shesh I hate Sprint.
EDIT: You cant even have email messages sent to your phone anymore. Why should I subscribe to another service for the ability to have someone send you email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I dont care if I cannot reply. I just want free service in viewing received email.
i just got sprint PCS with vision. its pretty sweet imo. i love my phone (sanyo 4900). the service itself is pretty damn good imo. the only problem i ever have with it is when im in my dorm room (which is right next to hell in the basement) so i cant knock it there. i tend to travel around a lot too and so far ive never been roaming (US only). i do think im going to switch over to t-mobile though and get one of those color/internet/email/pda/AIM client PDAs. they look sick.
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I have SprintPCS Vision too and the web features seem like they're down more often than they're up. Their website would be a great feature of the service if it wasn't down all the time too. Additionally, their customer service operators are morons.
Sprint has the capability to be a great service if only they fix all the technical problems with the "Vision" service and their website.
Originally posted by ryokuin1 i think i got it all figured out. everyone hates their cell phone service and thinks the other one is a better choice.
That is the absolute truth! I realize that I just wanted the features that my t68i can offer me. As long as I have the service that I want, I think I would be able to survive with any service. Cell phone problems are the least of our worries at this present time.
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Hey guys.. amm I don't really understand what the topic is about. Well, are talking about an operator company or what. I don't live in america, and probably that's the reason I don't get anything from this topic.. but can anyone give me a brief description here. Please?!
I'm going to say either Cingular or AT&T, depending on where you live (my hometown doesn't have any Cingular reception...that's what I get for living in the largest demographic cul-de-sac in the US).
OTOH, I'm currently using Sprint PCS. Doesn't work as well at home as the AT&T, but for some reason AT&T (and Verizon for that matter) essentially don't work at all in my dorm (and you'd think that somewhere like UPenn would have universally good reception).
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