Sprint Cell Phone Service
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  • However, Sprint's free nights begin at 7 o'clock, rather than 9, allowing me to make most of my calls without racking up minutes

    • by Morardian
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      When I was shopping for a cell phone, it came down to two choices: Sprint or Verizon. Both offered a basic plan of 400 minutes a month for about $40 and seemed generally comparable.

      However, Sprint’s free nights begin

      at 7 o’clock, rather than 9, allowing me to make most of my calls without racking up minutes.

      This seemed to be a great advantage, until one of my friends pointed out that he and everybody else he knew had Verizon,

      • and thus free in calling.

        Thus, I suppose the two are about equivalent.

        The other thing I should point out about Sprint is the quality of its network.

        It claims to offer nationwide service, but in reality a number of

        places I go have little or no service.

        In general, unless you have about three bars, the quality is pretty bad, too.

        However, if you live in a city, service will probably be pretty good, and Sprint may be the way to go.

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