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yeah I would agree with Miskat. Verizon is more expensive here for what you get.


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Marleybone wrote:
yeah I would agree with Miskat. Verizon is more expensive here for what you get.


Agreed. Verizon was actually more expensive for me when I was living on the east coast and that's why I switched to Sprint about a decade ago and just kept it because I was happy with the plan(s), cost (for the most part), and service.


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The big difference for iPhones on Verizon is you can either talk or use data. Not at the same time. I use both at the same time a lot. I lived in Salt Lake City 6 years ago. I had to evaluate phones for the executives. There AT&T was best. I've had few issues with AT&T over the past 15 years I've been with them. There will be haters for all carriers. Never understand why people are like that.

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Wish AT&T wasn't the frontrunner Lol but thanks for all the info!


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Anybody really happy with a printer for art prints?


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dinkycow wrote:
Anybody really happy with a printer for art prints?


EPSON all the way... according to the husband. :)


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NO!ra79 wrote:
dinkycow wrote:
Anybody really happy with a printer for art prints?


EPSON all the way... according to the husband. :)


I had access to a nice large format Epson printer for a while, and it was niiiiice.

I don't bother printing my own prints at home anymore, though. I use iprintfromhome.com for prints, and overnightprints.com for postcard/postcard prints.


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dinkycow wrote:
Anybody really happy with a printer for art prints?


EPSON all the way... according to the husband. :)


I had access to a nice large format Epson printer for a while, and it was niiiiice.

I don't bother printing my own prints at home anymore, though. I use iprintfromhome.com for prints, and overnightprints.com for postcard/postcard prints.


I'm currently stuck in the debate between getting a printer to print myself or having it done. Thank you for the .com's. I'll look into them.


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dinkycow wrote:
sawdustbear wrote:
NO!ra79 wrote:
dinkycow wrote:
Anybody really happy with a printer for art prints?


EPSON all the way... according to the husband. :)


I had access to a nice large format Epson printer for a while, and it was niiiiice.

I don't bother printing my own prints at home anymore, though. I use iprintfromhome.com for prints, and overnightprints.com for postcard/postcard prints.


I'm currently stuck in the debate between getting a printer to print myself or having it done. Thank you for the .com's. I'll look into them.


A regular printer wont have the right inks for lasting prints. You need to shell out $$$ for that.


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A regular printer wont have the right inks for lasting prints. You need to shell out $$$ for that.


I really hope the Epson printers that are being marketed as professional printers with archival ink options do, otherwise I've got some apology letters to write.


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DrilOne wrote:
A regular printer wont have the right inks for lasting prints. You need to shell out $$$ for that.


I really hope the Epson printers that are being marketed as professional printers with archival ink options do, otherwise I've got some apology letters to write.


That's why I'm stuck. I keep doing research but there's iffyness on what lasts and Epson has 'artist' series that I would want to think lasts but am always suspicious. That's why I like hearing people's experiences.


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I Have the Iphone 4S with Sprint. I was going to try to go with AT&T until I saw the way they structure there data plans, then I was like "no thanks". I am still with Sprint which in my opinion is the lesser of all the evils...

On a quick side note:

I called Sprint because I too had crappy cell service at my house, and they sent me the Air Rave (which is like having a mini cell tower in your house). I have had 5 bars everyday since I got it. P.S. all cell phones under one roof will benefit from it even if they are under non Sprint contract. Plus, it's FREE!!!

Edit: Awwww crap. I just noticed this topic is over.... Bummer :(



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