big things poppin'
this is huge, every major carrier in the world (except the US) does this, with ericsson, ie vodafone, duetsche telekom, telefonica. And who does vodafone own?? ohhh yea verizon....sprint is doing something unconventional in the united states that has been working everywhere else for years. But, all you fanboys prob just think this is their last ditch effort before collapse.
sorry to break it to you
-most dependable 3g network (pc world)
-1st 4g network
-the best plans for your money
-innovative phones and features (pre, one-click)
-best new product at ces and ctia past 2 years
-dramatic turn around with instore experience
-amazon kindle uses sprint network
-the census will be taken on devices on sprints network
i see nothing ...
you know, I'm not even a sprint fanboy or anything, but I do have to admit that sprint gets a lot of crap that they don't deserve. people seem to hate sprint for some reason, but all my family has them, and they have said nothing but good things, so I...
True, Sprint-Nextel is making good progress in a lot of areas, and they deserve credit for those improvements and successes.
But anyone that believes management's nonsense that Sprint-Nextel will save a ton of money while getting a better network i...
Mr. Hesse this is all fine and dandy but your company is losing money and your customers are dropping faster than flys on dog poop. So you'll save some money. Big deal. Your service will still suck.
First 4g network?? Well everyone knows you alway...
Sprint is freeing up a ton of operating capital with this deal. The money saved on 6k employees alone would be worth it, plus they now don't have to pay the day-to-day costs of the networks, nor worry about them...excellent move. This will allow Sprint to transition back into an innovator in wireless, something it hasn't been in a long time.
This should allow for better handset deals, and most certainly a better customer experience on the front end. I see my stock going up soon.
ha..ha.. Sprint stock isnt going anywhere... So people bought stock in a company that cant run itself?? That is, in any direction other than down??
re: "Sprint is freeing up a ton of operating capital with this deal. The money saved on 6k employees alone would be worth it, plus they now don't have to pay the day-to-day costs of the networks, nor worry about them...excellent move. "