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    It's not like I want one of the Palm Pre 3's, but is it true that there won't be a sprint version??

    As far as storage, 8GB and 16GB models will be available, and the device will support HSPA+ 4G (AT&T, T-Mobile) as well as Wi-Fi connections. No LTE support was mentioned at this time. The device will be available this summer, but no pricing was announced.
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    I don't see anything that says there won't be a Sprint version. The Pre3 is a world phone (the Qualcomm chip inside does both GSM and CDMA radios) so any carrier will be able to activate it. What's missing is any mention of WiMAX or LTE, so if you're on a CDMA carrier you'll be limited to 3G speeds.
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    sprint is pretty much in bed with android right now. also alot of their phones will be 4g from now on. im not sure if they will even pick up the pre3.
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    Left Sprint yesterday....

    (That's 5 times I have mentioned it today... going for 10 by the end of the day)

    No more dealing with Sprint getting David Blane to show off a Dual Screen POS.
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    I may be leaving sprint for att pretty soon, if they don't get any webos phones.. Damn etf though

    -- Sent from my Palm Pre using Forums
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    Quote Originally Posted by sketch42 View Post
    I may be leaving sprint for att pretty soon, if they don't get any webos phones.. Damn etf though

    -- Sent from my Palm Pre using Forums
    yeah we want to go to t-mobile but i cannot afford eft's on two lines either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fixxxer1022 View Post
    yeah we want to go to t-mobile but i cannot afford eft's on two lines either.
    For the Nexus s?

    Selling my Palm things: just make an offer: http://forums.webosnation.com/market...nd-offers.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by IcerC View Post
    For the Nexus s?
    either that or the g2 yes.
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    Sprint is still, by far, the cheapest subscription based carrier.

    But with Virgin offering cool phones like the Optimus V for only $150, and a $25 no-contract plan with unlimited data, why let these big carriers bend us over with 3-4x the monthly bill for slightly higher spec phones?

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