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t-mobile vs sprint
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Is this true ?
by novemberrain1125 Jan 14, 2004, 5:47 PM
Virgin Mobile is part of Sprint and they had more activations then Sprint in the 4th quarter of 2003. If you tell me, prepaid can be profitable but it's non contractual and that is not steady income. Check financial reports, Sprint is losing tons of money. They are negative in cash flow. Watch TV, I am seeing less and less of that annoying Sprint guy which goes to show....they have no money to advertise. Also, the main reason that they came out with night and weekends starting at 7 is because they were trying to keep their customers from porting their numbers out to better carriers such as Verizon, T-Mobile, Cingular, etc. This advertisement conveni...
Sprint vs. Cingular
Thanks for your replies
Does Any One here know about the i700 samsung for sprint?
Will it ever come please help me so know if I need to buy a differnt phone I'm waiting and waiting?
EMAIL AT email@example.com IF ANY ONE HAS ANY INFO ON THE I700 SAMSUNG FOR SPRINT...
PLEASE PLEASE E-MAIL I'LL TRY TO CHECK BACK HERE BUT IF YOUR NOT BUSY E-MAIL ME...
Why would anyone sign up with Sprint PCS?
Verizon Wireless is the hands down carrier to be with.
#1 in customer service (JD powers & Consumer Reports).
#1 in coverage (same sources)
Sprint PCS repeatedly is at the bottom in both catogories.
Let me know when you figure this one out.
Phone with best reception ability?
MY Sprint experience
I had sprint back in 2001-2002. Now they had some pretty good coverage and I rarely (if ever) dropped a call. I was quite happy with them. I left them for At&t for 2 main reasons...
1) Their plans where too much money for too little minutes. (I am not sure how the plans are now but I will check)
2) Their rude ass customer service reps. (Now not all of them are bad. Only a select amount...but I seemed to get stuck with the Assholes when I called 8 out of 10 times).
Input of your Sprint experience
The thing I like about T-Mobile is internet feature and the text messaging. It's the sms format, and I'm not sure what Sprint is like exactly, but I heard that you have to connect to a network or the internet to get your text messages; and I know I dont want to have to do that.
Sorry if this type of topic has already been discussed, but I have dial up and its seriously slow and i dont have all day to go through all ten pages of thr...
Sprint's customer service - another horror story
* i have NEVER reached a rep without being on hold forever. and if i'm calling with a grievance, the rep i 1st reach is not able to help me i'm being transferred to another rep - which involes more hold time, and so on and on. more than once, a rep has asked me if she could put me on hold, and before even i could respond no, she put me on hold anyway.
* i always call them using *2 from my cellphone. in my opinion, it is very unfair to charge airtime for talking to customer service. given their average hold time,...