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Sprint Offering Up to $175 to Customers Who Switch Carriers

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May 13, 2011, 1:43 PM

Well, Maybe I'm Crazy, but?

I have in previous post have not hidden that I'm for this merger, enough said on that. But, I do think this a good move on Sprints part, do something to gain customers, and those who are not happy with the merger. The money could help with their ETF if they decide to leave.
Sprint had this promotion running months before the AT&T/TMO merger was announced... FYI.
T Bone

May 12, 2011, 7:24 PM


Crimony, does this company EVER want to make a profit?

Seriously, if you have to PAY PEOPLE to get them to use your service, YOU SUCK!
As long as you don't have to talk to Shaniqua and you're ok with random bogus charges on your bill Sprints awesome. Great coverage.
It seems as though a majority of the employees at Sprint's call centers are black women with dumb names.
Why do you care so much? Did you buy stock with them or something? lol

This could be hard to grasp but keep up lol These days most people are in contracts. It's not easy to slide in and get someone's attention before they end up signing a new co...
Would you rather deal with a carrier that doesn't care about you, or one that is willing to cut some loss because they want your business? I like feeling important as a subscriber; not a profit margin.

Also: Considering Sprint "Sucks", doesn't it s...
Many here seem to view this move from an unduly simplistic point of view.

Yes, for a $175 service credit, the opportunity cost to Sprint is $175. Sprint could have been $175 richer if not for the service credit. (Of course, such assumes that Spri...
A $125 loss for thousands of dollars of revenue isn't a bad trade, and if Sprint's lucky enough to get them to renew, then the loss is even better.

This is actually a really smart move. You wouldn't believe the number of customers who expect a new...
Give more **** away, pls do. I'm a consumer and if your company wants to give me incentives for doing nothing, then I'm all for it. All these other people complaining about free stuff must be millionaires hanging out on phone scoop Cool

May 13, 2011, 3:06 PM

Work on these things first.

If Sprint could only fix some of their most basic issues first, they would have a more solid customer base.
Coverage needs to go beyond highways, urban, and highly populated suburban areas.
Billing errors need to be lowered substantially.
Customer Service quality improvement as well.
AT&T has major work to do on the second and third of the three also.
Mergers do not necessarily fix quality.

May 12, 2011, 5:39 PM

T-Mobile has the same thing, kinda.

they all do Smile
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