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I have Epic touch, ask me anything. If you see stats from me, I'm talking about Sprint.
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When I have strong 4g its as fast or faster than TWC home internet.

12M/1.5M dl/ul was the fastest.. but closer to 6M/1M is a good strong signal.

Sprint is a good value, from that point of view. The data has generally been reliable, even tho 3g used to be 2M down and now 800 k down is avg.

Thats still solidly broadband internet. Also the upload is good and they seem to have better coverage than att, among people I know.
Thanks for editing, makes a lot more sense now. I'm definitely wanting to go with Sprint, but so far no word besides the poster rumor that Galaxy Nexus will indicate possible Sprint. I really want to have unlimited data or at least a lot without having to pay $200/mo, but I also want Galaxy Nexus because of the software and the device's features.
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Thanks for editing, makes a lot more sense now. I'm definitely wanting to go with Sprint, but so far no word besides the poster rumor that Galaxy Nexus will indicate possible Sprint. I really want to have unlimited data or at least a lot without having to pay $200/mo, but I also want Galaxy Nexus because of the software and the device's features.
The Epic touch has some issues... LOS, which I had to learn about, it means Loss of Service. Only happened once, but I've only had the phone a week. (stock and unrooted, all the root kernels increase LOS)

The radio has not been remarkable for me yet. Samsung has a history of being really crappy with updates (see the 1st epic)

The phone really is "too big" but I don't think thats a factor for you. I can tell you sprint will probably always be fine and truly unlimited... back when I had no home internet I blew threw 12G tethering in a month. I didn't make it a habit and now I barely use any, but its still nice as a backup.
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