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Sprint Launches Push-to-Send Location Feature

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Top message:  $20/month overpriced for a barely used service? by ssaifull   Jan 12, 2009, 3:43 PM

Replying to:  Re: $20/month overpriced for a barely used service? by Basic3   Jan 13, 2009, 4:44 PM

Re: $20/month overpriced for a barely used service?

by Slammer    Jan 13, 2009, 7:53 PM

Basic3 said:
I have a Nextel phone. It gets the best reception where I live, I'm not a construction worker. I am a Consumer. Sprint has the worst reception.

Nextel is PRIMARILY used by Companies with large groups of uses that rely heavily on the Direct Connect and GPS services.

IDEN may be slow for data, but people that use Nextel service are making Direct connections or using GPS or just making a regular call. They want results. This new service is a great addition and may breathe a bit of new life into the fading IDEN market.

This is a service we definitely would have considered as Nextel customers. It is great offering. Good luck to the Nextel side with this new service.

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