My husband and I recently got Sprint service and I got a Blackberry 3G. I previously had a BB Curve with ATT and I liked it, so I assumed I'd like a slightly newer model. We have unlimited internet, messaging, etc. I didn't anticipate the small screen on the phone causing a problem. My husband has an EVO and is doing all kinds of things on his phone. He has found all kinds of apps and can watch and send videos. I can't do any of that. I can't watch videos. I don't have a flash on the camera. The bluetooth is not easy to use and I'm just not happy at all. Yes, I chose the phone, but I didn't know within the alotted time that I didn't like it. I don't have the money to pay full price for a new phone. So since that return period has passed, am I just stuck with this phone? I also noticed that it says we aren't eligible for adding a line. My husband was told we could add several lines when he first got service. What's up with that?
If you are outside of the 30 days, perhaps you can sell your phone and buy another one. The Evo is nice, but I recommend the Optimus. I like the Optimus so much, that I have 3 of them on my account. You can get an Optimus off Ebay for about $150-$175. The Evo is twice as expensive, with marginal improvement in performance. The biggest improvement is in the screen size, but I like the smaller size phone.
I think you might be able to sell your Blackberry for about $50. You may also be able to sell your AT&T Blackberry to Sprint, if you want.
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