Sprint Turns to Throttling to Manage Network Congestion
Sprint banned me from their Facebook page.
I guess they are really touchy about having customers walk away from their crappy network and service...
The companies you are trying to sell, must be desper...
Throttled All Customers Already
Due to their own network issues, I fail to see how customers, even the Top 5% like I was, could actually use more data and clog the network, when the entire network is clogged from 6AM to 3AM everyday, giving only 3 real hours of use, when 98% of the population is sleeping.
With this said, it will be hard to determine if Sprint is actually throttling users, or if the network just sucks. Ill give you a hint, its actually both.
With Sprint touting how awesome Spark will be (first hand experience, it ...
Id rather have TRUE unlimited non-throttled data than be limited to a cap that Sprint deems necessary.
Well of course, everyone would RATHER that. That statement doesn't mean much in itself. A better statement:...
Read the actual article
Open Letter To Robert "Bob" Johnson CFO/CIO for Sprint United
1st by increasing RPU by
- Drawing a line in the ground that most of the desirable devices will require all inclusive plan Starting with the laughable iPhone killer flop that no device could ever live up to its infamous marketing campaign and hype the Samsung Instinct.
- Requiring WiMax (at 1st) then eventually ALL smartphones to encure a $10 device MRC on top of a supposedly ALL INCLUSIVE plan.
Stopped the huge hemorage of handset subsidies by allowing subscribers to break the full cost of a phone over 24 mos. Guess you figured the allure of a Shiney new phone would keep the bulk of...
I didn't think
I gave up on Sprint long ago when I had to turn Wi-Fi off just to receive picture messages.
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With twice the spectrum of either Verizon or AT&T, and half the customers, shouldn't they be all set for a while? T-Mobile has half of what Verizon or AT&T has, and they're blazing fast.
It's not just about how much ...
Wait, you mean it hasn't been throttled this whole time?