Originally Posted by XdrummerXboy
Yes, Verizon is a bit of a pain to be with sometimes, to me its mainly just the supported devices, as I feel the pricing is reasonable for the amount of coverage they offer.
I REALLY wish they were GSM though. I still have unlimited 4G LTE through Verizon though.
I was just looking at Straighttalk. $495 a year ($41.25 a month) for unlimited everything? That's a pretty good deal. How is their coverage and support for devices?
Sent from Galaxy S3 running CM11
The concept is
- you get your OS support from the community. So say stock or CM or PA etc
- unlocked phone of high spec.
- monthly carrier cost and switch porting number to get best deal and coverage
In case of OPO you're buying the phone and really just need OPO around to cover phone warranty. You are really committing to CM who give your OS patch and upgrade e.g Android L. Straightalk is just a cheap monthly provider I never call support as it works. Straightalk is not unlimited 4G it is 4G til 3GB then slower. You pair the limited 4G with the OPO 64GB storage and use local media you get when home on WiFi and complement with otg as required. The local storage then means isolated from speed and coverage issues.
Its an open reliable cheaper approach overall.
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Nexus 5 stock 4.4.4 +ElementalX, Nexus 7 2013 stock 4.4.4 +ElementalX, Nexus 10 Stock 4.4.4 + Franco