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Originally Posted by Bedo View Post
As of January 30th, Sprint is adding a $10 fee to ANY SMARTPHONE. So 4G does not make a difference.

Old plans are grandfathered in, but one you switch phones (to a smartphone) or upgrade to a smartphone, the $10/m fee will be added.

http://www.androidcentral.com/few-mo...emium-data-add
Ouch, with Sprint doing this they're letting T-Mobile beat them in pricing, and in data speeds. AT&T already is taking it to Sprint by now having free mobile to mobile on any network, I just wish Verizon felt it had competition so that they would compete with something big like unlimited 4G data,
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well thats completely retarded. so if i go with the hero i pay 10 extra a month, and if i go for the more powerful, newer evo shift i also have to pay 10 extra a month.

either way im screwed. lol.

thanks everyone

edit: +rep for everyone who helped
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