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Sprint to Risk $20 Billion on Apple iPhone

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Money would have been better invested into Sprint's Network!

tether

Oct 4, 2011, 2:03 PM
Some people commenting here are on crack it seems. Sprint has the best network & network coverage? Are they high? Seriously folks, just make a one-stop trip to straighttalk.com and look at the coverage maps. Straight Talk resells service from all the bigs and you will notice that Sprint's network is dramatically inferior to Verizon's & AT&T's. Next stop for you would be Ebay where you can find a million ST Galaxy Precedent's for sale. These are from people who bought the CDMA smartphone thinking it would be on Verizon then found out it's on Sprint & decided to get rid of the phone because they abhor Sprint's network & coverage. Most people just returned the phone though to ST. I appreciate Sprint keeping data unlimited but seriously th...
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ejf2461

Oct 4, 2011, 9:08 PM
This company is ran like a 3rd world country! Sprint makes very foolish purchases! Remember the Nextel Purchase. How did that end up working out.. I agree Sprint needs something but it isnt the iphone..it need investor..IE Capitol. The company is overextended because of foolish purchases like this. In Indianapolis Sprints data network is pathetic. Speeds are as low as 47kps on a regular. If you surfing anything but craigslist which is all text forget about it. Sprint needs to quit selling its bandwidth to these pre paid company and immediately upgrade there network. The have only 25% of the customers Verizon & ATT have so I dont understand why there service is so terrible. The iphone will help sales a bit but as soon as the new Sprint iPhone...
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