Sprint's double standards have been getting a lot of undeserved attention recently. If you disagree with my claim that people are looking for answers, not ideology, then read no further. Shame on Sprint for thinking that people like you and me are obtuse! No one is more acrimonious than Sprint. I won't dwell on that except to direct your attention to the impolitic manner in which it has been trying to popularize a genre of music whose graphic lyrics explicitly urge ruthless gadflies to overthrow the government and eliminate the money system. Sprint is the type of organization that turns up its nose at people like you and me. I guess that's because we haven't the faintest notion about the things that really matter such as why it would be good... (continues)
Way too long and extremely boring! If we cut through all of the flowery language, your post basically is all about why you hate Sprint, and your belief that they are somehow working behind the scenes to undermine the very fabric of our society. This belief, of course, is ridiculous and unfounded. While I agree that Sprint, like most major corporations these days, is out for number one, I disagree that they are somehow worse than other wireless carriers in that regard.
To summarize his post, it's basically "Sprint sucks, and they're screwing everyone in the process." Yeah, after I read it, my thoughts were: who do I need to call to see about getting the last 30 minutes of my life back?
He probably got stuck paying the $4.95 for having a spending limit account. Even then, Sprint is still cheaper than anyone else. And the part about Sprint sticks there noses up at everyone. With my bad credit, a deposit at AT&T is $600, Verizon is $400, and Sprint is $150. And my credit is seriously jacked up.