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Sprint Offers Free Access To Desktop Email

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Nov 30, 2006, 3:28 PM   by (staff)

Sprint today launched an email client for select handsets that will allow users to check mail from popular web-based services as well POP and IMAP inboxes. The application will give users access to multiple email accounts in a single client. It is capable of push new messages to the phone when they are received, similar to what Blackberry or the Sidekick can do with regular internet mail accounts. Users will be able to read as well as compose messages for any account, even if they are working online underground or on a plane. The client is a free download for Vision subscribers with a select group of Sprint and Nextel handsets. Sprint says compatibility with additional handsets will come in the near future.

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Dec 2, 2006, 4:48 PM

Brew Sucks

Proprietary crap sucks big time. VZW's interface sucks big time. VZW's network is great though...
Another Victim of Verizon Brainwashing. Very Happy
LL Cool Jake

Nov 30, 2006, 3:43 PM

Sprint Continues to Lead in mobile data!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sprint with Power Vision is the best thing going in cellular today!!!!!!!!!!!
Well said.
And what else? Oh ya, prepaid... Rolling Eyes
The only reason Sprint jumped the gun with their Rev A launch is because they're trying to turn the focus away from their overall horrible performace.
first of all all vzwsim stated was that sprint only leads in data which is totally correct.

it was yall who basically started admitting sprint sucks. which it does so I won't argue on that point.

as for the radioshack thing that was just anothe...

Nov 30, 2006, 5:47 PM

Sprint Continues to Lead in Churn!!!!!!!!

I ordered a Samsung M610 and they turn around and tell me it's not available yet. THEN WHY'D YOU ANNOUNCE IT?! WHY WAS IT ON YOUR WEBSITE?!

Sprint can't do anything right. I'm going back to Verizon.
Actually I think Tmobile is the leader in churn currently at 3%.

So you wanted to be Sprint customer but you needed to wait a day or two so now you're mad and going back to verizon, yeah sounds like Sprint would be to much for you to handle.

CoreyTheGent said:
Sprint can't do anything right. I'm going back to Verizon.

Have fun and I hope you have deep pockets for Verizon's ridiculous data rates.

Sprint is $15 for unlimited data.

Dec 1, 2006, 8:24 AM

More on topic...

Heres a question that actually pretains to the topic rather than starting or adding to a flame war.... Where do you download the client from and which handsets does it work on so far, niether phonescoops story nor the link to the source at Sprint told this info...
From the Vision homepage, go to...

1) Downloads
2) Applications
3) Messaging
4) IM & Email
5) Sprint Mobile Email

It's actually pretty nice, but no substitute for a Blackberry, Treo, or PPC.

Nov 30, 2006, 6:17 PM

Merry Christmas from Sprint

Lucky bastards Eh? Razz
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