Sprint Launches Google Voice for Sprint Numbers
Sprint today announced the launch of a unique variant of the Google Voice service that will let customers use Google Voice with their Sprint phone number. The unique service avoids the porting process that would normally cancel Sprint service and potentially incur and early termination fee.
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Google Voice Integration with Sprint to End June 1
Google has begun informing Google Voice customers who’ve integrated their service with Sprint that the two services will cease working together on June 1. Google has laid out a number of steps that customers will need to take in order to retain their separate services if they so wish.
Sprint Customers Will Get Free Roaming in Korea for Olympic Games
Sprint today followed AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless in offering free service to customers who travel to South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. International service is already available to Sprint customers who have eligible phones.
Google Seeking User Input On Google Voice
Google hopes the public will help it make Google Voice better. The company this week has asked people to fill out a survey on how they use the service and how it does or does not meet their needs.
Sprint's Direct 2 You Launches in More Cities
Sprint today made good on its May promise to bring Direct 2 You to New York, Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The service is now live in these cities and a number of smaller cities and towns in the surrounding metro areas.
Keep the positive things coming Sprint.
And here I was, thinking all they wanted to do was complain!!!!
Don't blow this! Market it in such a way that EVERYONE can understand! Not just us geeks!
Who says competition will fade because of mergers? The ONLY real way to avoid monopolies is to allow the threat of them!
*full disclosure, I have a decent amount of sprint stock because, even though I am not one of their customers, nor do I work for them, I believe they will succeed.
Using GV as a primary number requires one thing, the use of a s***load of mobile to landline minutes, which Sprint does give unlimited, on the $99 Everything Data. All others it's capped to your plan.