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post #16 of 20
That's odd; I briefly worked for the company that provides insurance for Sprint (well, for pretty much all major carriers) and don't recall any smartphones that had zero deductible.

Regardless, good deal. Glad it worked out for you.
post #17 of 20
i have the epic 4g. while the phone itself works perfectly, i dont like how its 2 steps behind the latest software, which isnt an abnormal occurrence with samsung but rather a repeated theme.

out of principle, i will never buy a samsung phone again

it also has the flimsiest build quality of all keyboard sliders out there. though at the benefit of light weight.
post #18 of 20
The Epic definitely doesn't feel as solid as some of the competitors, but after 3 months of use mine shows no signs of wear.
post #19 of 20
I have a Evo and love it. I hate phones with physical keyboards!
post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by dcg View Post
The Epic definitely doesn't feel as solid as some of the competitors, but after 3 months of use mine shows no signs of wear.

the soft touch coating on my epic started peeling from edges withing the first week of owning it so i had to peel it all off which was a pain the ass.

other than that i have a few nicks on the plastic edges and a couple fine scratches on the screen. i have probably dropped the thing about 20 times sometimes onto concrete and the like and it really is holding up to the abuse much better than i thought it would.
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