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crossing the street on a rainy day - grey iphone case

crossing the street on a rainy day - grey iphone case

PhoneArena has posted a photo of what looks to be a print ad for Sprint that offers a $400 credit to customers that switch over at least three lines to one of the carrier's Everything Data Share plans. The cash rebate has to be used "in store" -- presumably meaning Sprint stores -- at the time of purchase to go towards the cost of new phones. A contract will be required and the deal starts Sunday and ends September 15, according to the flyer. So what's really going on here is that Sprint will front you some cash for some fancy phones if you bring your family over from elsewhere, meaning you could potentially walk out of the store with a new 16 GB iPhone 4S and a pair of Galaxy Nexuses (Nexi?), or maybe throw a Samsung Galaxy S III in the mix for free.

Sprint's unlimited data is of course an attractive selling point as well, but the third-place carrier remains well behind Verizon in the race toroll out 4G, If you can't make it into a Sprint store, the carrier is also offering a $100 American Express reward card and will waive the $36 activation fee with any smartphone purchase made online with a new contract, All in all, it's a pretty good time to get a top flight smartphone from Sprint, but I'm going to hold out a little longer to see if they might be willing to throw in a crossing the street on a rainy day - grey iphone case personal butler and laundry service..

Looks like September 5 will be a busy day for smartphone news since Nokia and Microsoft also plan to hold a press conference in the Big Apple the same morning. Well as they say, "New York, New York, a helluva town!" Let us know what you think Motorola and Verizon have up their sleeves. A cryptic press event invite from Motorola teases with potentially new smartphones. Motorola just dropped a bomb of an invite that hints at the promise of sweet new smartphones. Scheduled for September 5, the press event will be held in New York and vaguely states, "Motorola. On Display," which is down right tantalizing.

When the first iPhone debuted in 2007, it and subsequent versions were only available on AT&T, Finally, in 2011, it landed on Verizon Wireless, with Sprint getting the iPhone 4 and 4S a year later, Prepaid carrier Virgin Mobile was able to offer up the iPhone 4 and 4S starting only a few months ago, On its network, crossing the street on a rainy day - grey iphone case users won't get locked into a two-year deal, but the iPhone 4's price tag jumps to $550 (compared with $99 with a carrier agreement), Through Virgin, unlimited data, messaging, and minutes cost about $55 a month, while Sprint's unlimited data plan goes for about $110 for smartphones..

In addition to price, another difference is network performance. Virgin Mobile uses Sprint's network, and tests carried out in our San Francisco offices showed that for the iPhone its 3G speeds were slower than AT&T's and Verizon's. Other than pricing, data speeds, and call quality (more on that later), Virgin's iPhone 4 is pretty much the same as all the others. You still get all the expected essentials, like the 3.5-inch Retina Display, access to the App Store, FaceTime calling, the 5-megapixel camera, and iOS 5.1. And you can get mobile hot-spotting for an extra $15 a month.