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Top message:  Since Sprint isnt partnering with ISIS, does that mean mobile payments arent in Sprints future? by Jayshmay   Feb 27, 2011, 11:56 AM

Replying to:  Re: Since Sprint isnt partnering with ISIS, does that mean mobile payments arent in Sprints future? by Jayshmay   Mar 1, 2011, 11:38 AM

Re: Since Sprint isnt partnering with ISIS, does that mean mobile payments arent in Sprints future?

by Legion125    Mar 1, 2011, 12:08 PM

IMO, there are a lot of things up in the air with Sprint right now. It's Network Vision Initiative sounds promising since it will improve coverage and give them a leg up when they finally switch to LTE, but that's still approx 2 years down the road to completion. Sprint has irritated a lot of its fan base with the new Premium Data Fee and reworking it's Premier program, But Verizon has done similar things as well.

Still, Sprint is cheaper than Verizon (at least for my plan) but with the data increase, Sprints more comparable with AT&T. T-Mo is still the value leader.

IMO, Sprints issue is since they are now competitive price wise with the big two, they need to really step up their phone selection. Perhaps they will roll out truckloads of phones at the CTIA in a couple of weeks.

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