Uh no. Sprint's started making me carry the $40 International blackberry option on my family plan in December on a permanent basis or I would never get it turned back on again. I have to go on International travel from time to time and need BBM to keep in touch with coworkers while at sites, and I won't get reimbursed for my phone bill. So my bill for 4 Blackberry devices on my International plan is at $240 per month. When I go to upgrade these Blackberry devices this summer, Sprint will add an additional $10 per month per phone to bring the total to $280. Since I use Blackberry, I don't use Gigs of data like other phones do. Also being with Sprint I have one phone to choose from for International capable Blackberry. Combine that with the fact that Sprint has no clear plan for the future, and WiMax and the deployment of it is a joke. So while Sprint may have the cheapest individual plans, the family ones are now going to be way overpriced. T-Mobile appears to have great coverage where I live, should support me overseas better than Sprint, be cheaper, and if they implemented their plan for the future would have a better network and coverage than Sprint has. If Sprint gets a hold of them then they will likely botch it up like they did with the Nextel merger.
Originally Posted by cheech4
But feel free to apply your prior statement about opinions and "ARSholes" to your own!