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Sprint Charging $10 Fee to Nextel Subs Who Don't Upgrade

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Why Stop At $10?


Nov 28, 2012, 9:41 PM
If this is legal then why not go for the gusto and charge $50 extra?

Nov 28, 2012, 9:54 PM
Because then, instead of driving people to their CDMA services, Sprint would just drive them to other carriers.

Nov 28, 2012, 9:56 PM
$10, thats almost as much as 2 1.75L plastic jugs of Fleishmanns Vodka, that can go at least half the night in the trailer park.

Nov 28, 2012, 10:04 PM
Great feedback!

You see, from a business prospective; a subscriber will pay the $10 MRC although NOT happy about it this would encourage them to migrate to CDMA sevices. As the point of any fee is to encourage desired behaviors much like a shock collar or an electric fence and fir the die hard hold outs we get their standard MRCs PLUS the $10 iDen charge until the iDen networkbis powered down and the spectrum has been repurposed.

But if we were to charge $50, that would cause an immediate acute emotional reaction and cause the subscriber to act irrationally and potentially port out or cancel their BAN and supporting subscription and although they would pay this the 1st month's invoice with the $50 charge we would not get the subsequen...

Nov 29, 2012, 12:57 AM
I applied numerous times. No dice. I'm not Sprint material. I guess I shouldn't be surprised.

Nov 29, 2012, 1:44 AM
Hmm. Surprised I thought we hired anyone.. ponderous.

No felonies, Right?
No convictions of theft or breach of trust (bondable)
High School Diploma (AA preferred but not required)
Relevant work experience for position applied for. .
General PC skills ability to multitask
Working knowledge of the industry a plus
Ability to pass a drug screen. . (At least once)
Be personable and be able to speak corporate BS in an interview.
Actually be within reasonable driving distance of a Sprint Site with reliable means to commute.
Good communication skills (Speak and write Japanesse a definite plus)
Alcohol tolerance a huge plus.

Try emailing my friend Dan (daniel.r.hesse@sprint.com).. he's a real nice down to earth kind of guy, a litt...

Nov 29, 2012, 8:33 PM
No felonies, misdemeanors.
I work for a bank.
Ten years wireless experience 7 for position applied for.
General PC skills ability to multitask...check.
Working knowledge of the industry...check.
Ability to pass a drug screen. Always.
Obviously, I failed to sell myself that day. I interviewed with a manager ten years my junior though...
I live ten minutes away from the retail store.
Yes. Good communication skills (Cannot Speak or write Japanese though).
Never drink alcohol though. Never.

Thanks for the info.

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