Sprint Offering Framily Subscribers Private 'Wall'
Jun 23, 2014, 12:45 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint today announced the Sprint Framily Wall, a new micro site that allows members of a Framily Plan to communication with one another in private. The Sprint Framily Wall lets plan members share messages, pictures, videos, and audio with one or several members of the Framily plan. Each wall is managed by the person who created it. The Framily Wall can also be used to share calendars, lists, and contacts; create shared albums; and share location data via Fourquare-esque checkins. Sprint Framily Wall is free to Sprint customers and supports up to 100MB of storage. Sprint is also offering a premium version which ups storage to 10GB and allows users to upload and store HD photos/videos, and leave voice/video messages. The premium version costs $3 per month per plan.
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