These are the most recent forum messages posted by JCNinLa:
AT&T Centennial Wireless Merger questions
I live in central Louisiana, and the carrier with the best overall voice coverage in this area is Centennial Wireless. Late last year AT&T was cleared to buyout Centennial. There were, due to competition some markets that would have to go to someone else (verizion?). I cannot find out what markets were excluded. Some surrounding markets havealready switched over. If my market goes to AT&T, I will as well. If it doesnt, I will not due to sketchy AT&T ...
Do any of the current Sprint phones allow you to bluetooth ringtones back and forth with friends?
Re: Porting question
So do you guys think my plan will work? The only thing that has me worried is the fact that i think i may have read somewhere that you have to be gone for at least 30 days to be treated as a new customer when you come back. Thanks in advance for any advise.
Re: Porting question
Were you porting from another carrier or from an existing sprint account?
If I port my number to another carrier to "test drive" them for say 20 days, and then cancel the new service can I then port back to Sprint and get a Sero plan? This seems like my only option if I want to keep my number. I am out of contract.
Why does it seem that the Sprint guys hate most Motorola phones? The curious thing to me is the fact that most Verizon people like them. As they are both CDMA you would think they would preform the same.
Re: Should I Switch?
Sorry to "amaze you" I was just asking for some informed opinions?
Should I Switch?
I am a longtime Sprint customer and use the phone mostly for voice calls. I live and work in central Louisiana. We do not have Verizon available here, and also no mobil broadband in this area. My question is would it be worth it?
Re: SERO Plans
OK, so far I have been told "No" by customer care, however all sorts of boards contradict this. I hate to trouble you guys, but I do not want to call or e-mail Sprint too much and get dropped as a customer. One way that may work is to switch to a Nextel phone/plan, which the SERO website says I can do, but I worry about the coverage, even with the hybrid phones. Also I have no need for ...
Can an existing non-sero Sprint customer switch to a sero plan and keep their current number? If so what is the correct process? Thanks in advance for your answers.