With Sprint, Anyone Can Launch an MVNO
Sprint today announced an addition to its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) packages that makes it easy for any business or entity to enter the wireless market. Sprint's new Single Source Enablement is a scalable offering that gives businesses or entrepreneurs as much or as little control over the back-end processes as they might want. In Sprints words, Single Source Enablement "can cover all systems, processes, customer care, online Web enablement, and the warehousing and distribution of devices so an MVNO can focus almost solely on acquiring customers." Sprint already offers two other solutions that provide varying levels of assistance and support to its wholesale customers. Sprint has been aggressive at signing dozens of wholesale customers that resell its devices and services under their own brand.
Sprint to Launch LG G4 On June 5
Sprint today announced launch details regarding the LG G4 smartphone, which will be available in stores and online beginning June 5. Sprint is offering a wide range of purchasing options for the phone.
Zact to Call It Quits, But Sprint Has an Alternative On Deck
Zact Mobile, an MVNO that resold access to Sprint's network, plans to shut down at the end of August. Zact launched in 2013 and was notable because it allowed customers to adjust their voice minutes, messaging, and data allotments on the fly to suit their needs.
Sprint Offering T-Mobile Customers $200 for Trade-Ins
Sprint today launched an aggressive promotion aimed directly at T-Mobile. Sprint is promising $200 to T-Mobile customers who port their number to Sprint and turn in their working T-Mobile phone.
Sprint to Woo AT&T and Verizon Customers with Halved Rates
Sprint plans to go after AT&T and Verizon customers with an aggressive and enticing campaign. Beginning Friday, Sprint will offer rate plans to AT&T and Verizon customers that are half what they're already paying.
"With Sprint, Anyone Can Launch an MVNO"
to pay sprint.?
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