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Sprint: Families That Switch Get $400 Credit

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Top message:  paying bounty by navydave   Feb 5, 2013, 10:35 PM

Replying to:  Re: paying bounty by T Bone   Feb 6, 2013, 11:17 AM

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by KOL4420    Feb 6, 2013, 2:37 PM

I just have to shed some light, this is indeed a marketing strategy. Sprint and all carriers have been doing it since cell phone service became a requirement to American's Nationwide. It has nothing to do with desperation, I mean when you go into a store and see a "Sale" sign does that mean the store is going out of business? No... Please revise your very ignorant comments and do some research first.

As for the upgrades to the network, what do you know about it? How did it cripple the coverage? Where are you getting your information from?

To me it sounds like you dont even know what you are talking about, and I dont want to be rude or anything I just have to shed some light on this matter to help better understand what Vision Network means and the type of tower upgrades "All carriers" have done.

Anyways long story short, whenever a customer shops around for new service whether it is to buy cell phone service or buy a new TV, What do you as a consumer look for first the Price and any incentive to buy it NOW.

I mean its common sense, I didnt see all of you last year when Sprint offered the same type of port in service promotions. They are doing a heck of a job converting customers and upgrading their Large network to provide a better overall experience to all customers not just major metropolitan areas like most of the other carriers focus on.

Again, I am not here to pick favorite carriers or to be rude. I am simply shedding some light on a this topic. Happens every year, every carrier does it, has nothing to do with "being desperate". If you are going to talk down on a carrier whether it is Sprint or Verizon how about you do some research first so that you do not sound like a ignorant fool. It is nice to have a very educated discussion when it comes to services of this nature. A lot of regular's here on Phonescoop that were very knowledgeable on the matter dont even comment anymore because of the ignorant comments made, if you are not sure ask a question that is what the forums are for. Smile

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