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Will Sprint Unlimited Data be Ephemeral?
I am a true fan of Dan Hesse and Bob Johnson but the unlimited data business model is not sustainable while maintaining an acceptable operating margin and while contributing and maintaining the EBITDA and OBITDA.
Sprint is rich asset and spectrum but they are seriously lacking operational funds. and truly unlimited handset data is quite taxing on the resources of a network that is crippled by a botched network vision upgrade that is way over budget and behind schedule and that has negativity impacted and ALIENATED thousands of otherwise loyal base customers , almost ...
Even Tmobile isn't truly unlimited, without limitations. Now, this is info that was told to me by several people I know have Tmoble. They explained to me, while it is unlimited, it is capped and all but useless, outside of surfing the web and checking email, once you reach your data limit.
I have been a Sprint subscriber since 1998 and it is my "hope" that Sprint maintains a truly unlimited data experience.
As a wireless industry data analyst, I know the reality of the situation all too well. Santa Clause or the tooth fairy is not real as much as we would HOPE them to be.
Unlimited data plans even for handset use only could be on the chopping block. Do I want it to go away? Clearly no. But unfortunately I am all too familiar with the reality.
I have hope that Dan Hesse CEO and Bob Johnson COO/CFO will do everything possible to "allow us to use these marvelous devices the way that they were intended to be used.... UNLIMITED
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