Sprint Nextel Re-Launches Sprint Brand
Sep 1, 2005, 12:37 PM by (staff)
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WHAT A RIPOFF!
I think it SOUNDS like a great idea...and they will rope quite a few customers in with this new ...
Any in-coming call would not use mins?
Do you think other carriers will follow Sprint freein-calling?
Nights at 6?
Customers will pay $5 extra, but not $10.