I was a Sprint customer for about 6 years. I got rid of it about 2 years ago when I was in Miami because my cell phone wouldn't work in my apartment. Or at school. Or in a club. Or anywhere in Miami. I switched to Cingular/AT&T because the price was right and I loved their phones (plus the fact that I could just pop out the SIM card when I went overseas and still use the phone with a SIM card from a carrier abroad).
I'm still with AT&T today in DC and it works perfectly. It doesn't work on the Metro, only Verizon does, but even those with Verizon get spotty service on the Metro, and let's be real, I don't really need to call anyone on the phone on the 15-30 minutes I'm riding. I had a European phone (one that is not sold in the U.S.), but recently got an iPhone. I'm perfectly happy with the service I'm getting. Customer service I've found to be much better as well.
Duke | Mirecourt | Detroit| The U | USA