" The best looking phone in the world is useless unless you have coverage." Agree, wholeheartedly.  And for the record, I don't think the iPhone 6 looks better than the M8.  Although I do li... Ver más...
" The best looking phone in the world is useless unless you have coverage." Agree, wholeheartedly.  And for the record, I don't think the iPhone 6 looks better than the M8.  Although I do like the smaller size a bit.  I feel like a 4.5-4.7 inch screen is perfect for phone-sizing.  Like my old verizon HTC Rezound, which I absolutely loved.
" Until you can't use the phone in an area you need to use it." What, like, with the cracked screen?  No way, I can't be one of those people...I judge them.  Apparently I'm very judge-y.
Ugh, also, to anyone who reads this post - please ignore the grammar/diction mistake in the first sentence.  I absolutely hate that I did that.  I judge people for their grammar and spelling   ... Ver más...
Ugh, also, to anyone who reads this post - please ignore the grammar/diction mistake in the first sentence.  I absolutely hate that I did that.  I judge people for their grammar and spelling  Karma...
Has anyone seen anything a Verizon plan that looks like it comes anywhere close to Sprint's "iPhone for life" + Simply Unlimited Plan? Granted, "iPhone for Life" is basically the same thing as V... Ver más...
Has anyone seen anything a Verizon plan that looks like it comes anywhere close to Sprint's "iPhone for life" + Simply Unlimited Plan? Granted, "iPhone for Life" is basically the same thing as Verizon's "Edge" leasing option, but the ability to combine it with a $50 Unlimited Talk/Text/Data plan is pretty attractive.  I just re-upped with Verizon back in back in April, and picked up the HTC One M8.  I like the phone, and I prefer Verizon's network (I'm military, and move around a bit).  But I cracked my phone's screen for the first time EVER a few days ago, and I'm about a week and a half outside of the 6-month time frame for HTC's Advantage one-time free screen replacement.  So I'm looking at a $200 repair and I'm thinking, why not just switch to Sprint on the iPhone for Life and Simply Unlimited plan, avoid that $200 cost, get a brand-new phone, and actually end up paying less per month ($70/month for Sprint iPhone vs. $75/month currently with Verizon) for a service plan that includes unlimited data? Especially when Sprint will cover ETFs? The Verizon network is better, but unlimited data, a new phone, and not paying for a $200 screen repair combine to make a pretty hefty carrot.