One thing that sets Sprint apart from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon is unlimited data: unthrottled, uncapped data that you can use on any Sprint smartphone, such as the HTC EVO 3D. Sprint has made this a big marketing point, and it is also taking steps to improve its existing data network by completing capacity upgrades across the country and migrating to LTE.
This got me wondering how much data the average G&E reader actually uses. How valuable is unlimited data to you? Are you under 2GB per month, like AT&T claims most of its users are? Are you pushing 5GB each month, where T-Mobile has set some of its soft caps? Or do you use even more than that?
Sign in to your Sprint account, check out your average usage, and then let us know in our quick, informal survey below!