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Sprint to Preload Uber on Most Android Phones

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Dec 10, 2014, 4:59 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Sprint today said it plans to install the Uber application on most of its Android smartphones moving forward. Uber is a ride-seeking app that lets people discover and request rides. Sprint and Uber are offering new customers $20 toward their first ride when they create a new Uber account. Uber requires payment via credit card, but customers can use the app to keep track of their driver as he/she approaches, as well as see estimated costs for their ride. Sprint customers who don't have Uber preinstalled on their device are still eligible to receive the discount. Uber is available from the Google Play Store, the iTunes App Store, and the Windows Phone Store.

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Mark_S

Dec 11, 2014, 11:55 AM

Preload=Need to Root

More "bloatware". Usually when carriers preload stuff. You cannot uninstall unless you root the phone. Motorola does the same thing with Google stuff.
 
 
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