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Trey said in June 1st, 2010 at 8:27 pm

I’m sure it won’t kill it, but I can’t help but read empty defenses in the post, I’ve got loads of useful apps on my Nexus One. I know several who utilize Sprint MiFis or whatever they are without issue. I know several in the metro who have sprint and get signals inside structures. I’m pretty sure that AT&T has upgraded their network since you switched “years ago” from SBC. They’ve also announced they are upgrading with both towers and backend bandwidth. No network or phone is perfect, but to ignore android as a viable replacement for the iPhone OS/platform is ignorance. (all imho, of course)

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Carl said in June 1st, 2010 at 8:32 pm

You didn’t like my Words with Friends reference? LOL. I don’t always write to be defensible. You know I like to debate.

I’m sure Sprint has upgraded their network too. Maybe they could provide me an EVO 4G to use for a while and prove myself wrong. I welcome the challenge. 🙂

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Trey said in June 1st, 2010 at 8:39 pm

Words with Friends is fine, that’s an iPhone only app and the developers have responded to emails from me that they aren’t interested in cross developing for now, unfortunately. What bothered me more was this: “Perhaps there are a few apps out there that you can only get on Android phones. What? That’s not true either?” Are you implying there are no android only apps?

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