This is a discussion on Nexus One vs. EVO 4G - seeking experienced advice within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by ap3604 Originally Posted by nihilion Originally Posted by ap3604 If you want great looks, paying only $40/mo, getting updates immediately, and great ...
Sprint also appears ready to nickel and dime customers for everything:
HTC EVO 4G:QIK Video Conferencing to cost $5...
...that's besides the fact their service is HORRIBLE --I had it for a work phone for 2 years, always dropped calls -- and the "4G" is a joke, and only deployed in a handful of markets.
I have a feeling some providers are getting ready to rape their customers with every single feature they can possibly charge for: Will Verizon’s LTE Pricing Look Like a Utility Bill?
I've been happy with T-mobile's no fuss, no muss true "unlimited" approach so far. They've been pretty pleasant for customer service too and I've maybe only had a few calls dropped. And their HSPDA+ network roll out is really getting "4G" speeds.
:nexusx: A new hope. :nexusx:
4g on Sprint reports about 4mbps download and 1mbps upload cap. I get 3mbps with T-Mobile HSDPA. Thats not even +HSPA yet.
Froyo 2.2 Stock
That being said, people seem to like it. Wish I didn't have to wait until June 4th to see the EVO, and I wish I could play with an N1 before I ordered it. Shopping blind!
Thanks all for your input. Keep it coming, plz