For a company struggling to make a profit, and Sprint has not generated a net profit for even one quarter since the Nextel acquisition in 2005, to be talking about slashing prices seems very irresponsible. This is like the fabled executive who thought that if he simply gave his product away free he'd be able to make it up on volume.
Price point is not why Sprint is losing money. They're still outlandish. What's killed Sprint's profitability is one dumb business move after another starting with the Nextel merger.
If Sprint can have the kind of success adding subscribers that ...
Profit isn't the only way businesses make money. In fact, in many cases, growth is more important. Growth is what increases the value of a company as a whole. If you increase the value of what a company is worth in a sale, that translates to stock...
Thats exactly what tmobile has been doing and while they still dont turn a profit they have more customers and slowly building a positive rep (even if you consider the fact removing contracts was a hidden price increase).
Sprint trying to sell for "just under" Verizon & AT&T with a network that is "WAY UNDER" Verizon & AT&T doesn't seem to be working for them. Boost & Virgin at $55 & $60 are a RIP now similar with throttling & similar pricing to the "much-better-in-th...
I have hope...
But he actually said yesterday he was going to release these plans today and shake up the market. Now that hes pushed that back to next week, I'm not so confident. Plus honestly, Im not sure that hes the right person for the job, building a cellular distribution warehouse, when there were no other ones that actually functioned halfway properly, is not a real accomplishment. Brightstar is however a big part of the cost of US devices so all this talk sounds good but we'll see, he could cut sprint's device pricing on the backend and that would help.
I like Sprint (and Tmo also), no one carrier is perfect but VZ/TT are the devils in tower form, they would accept blood in return for cell service if they thought they could get a better return ...
But he actually said yesterday he was going to release these plans today and shake up the market. Now that hes pushed that back to next week, I'm not so confident. Plus honestly, Im not sure that hes the right pers
its not the plans that only need change
The plans aren't the only thing that need changed. Although I won't switch because I have my SERO plan and another sero family plan... But the other thing needing change is towers and international roaming.
The towers are a nice upgrade but it needs rapid expansion and quick. People that are leaving is due to dropping calls from signal loss. The other is poor speeds. If Verizon can do it then sprint can too.
I like tmobiles international roaming idea. But I don't like buying a simcard for my nexus 5. I want to keep my number while traveling.
The last thing is features. For example... I have DC included and they never made it for nexus 5.
A good example of a network manager is shentels. They have network vision completed and wi...
Sorry but you're not going to get international roaming on Sprint when they use CDMA wireless technology when pretty much the entire rest of the world uses GSM (as do AT&T and T-Mobile in the US). There are a handful of CDMA devices out there which ha...