Sprint CEO: We Want to Be the Good Guys
Dan Hesse wants to maintain unlimited data plans for Sprint customers, and this is the forum's response?
I never cease to be amazed by the moronic babblings of uninformed, teenie-boppers who invade these forums to do nothing other than concoct negative spin over positive things a carrier is doing.
If they offer better coverage, they say it's bigger but not better. If they offer cheaper prices, they say it's because the service isn't as good. If they say they placed high in a survey, they claim that all surveys are bs. On and on they go.
Hey, here's a nickle's worth of free advice: the next time some carrier is doing something good but you don't care because you don't like them, ignore that post and enjoy the carrier of your choice. Nobody cares that you don't like their selection of phones, the way they do business, or whatever negative experience you supposedly had when you were a subscriber.
In fact, nobody cares mainly because all any of us are is a username in cyberspace. What that means is your opinion of Sprint or any other carrier is completely useless and a waste of time. If you have real information, people are interested. Real information consists of performing certain tasks in order to obtain results that can be verified.
Real information is not you venting about slow speeds or poor coverage where you live...nobody knows where the heck that even is or whether it's true.
As much as I disagree with Cellphonesaretools, he at least presents information that can be examined and debated. Some of you idiots could learn from him.