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Sprint Nextel Offers Unlimited Calls To Landline Number

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Mar 8, 2006, 2:21 PM   by (staff)

Sprint Nextel today announced two new services that gives personal or business subscribers unlimited calls to a single landline number. Individual subscribers can sign up Sprint to Home, which will allow unlimited calls to and from a single landline number for $5 per month. Sprint will soon offer this service for free to customers who subscribe to Sprint wireless service and Sprint long distance. Sprint Mobile to Office offers a similar plan to business customers to call their office. The feature is available for $8 per month to business customers on a monthly plan of $49.99 or more. Sprint intends to allow business customers to extend the plan to allow a range of numbers for customers who work in large corporations with direct dial extensions. Some regional carriers and MVNOs offer plans similar to Sprint to Home, however this is the first national carrier to do so.



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Mar 9, 2006, 7:50 AM

something new to charge for

ive been an avid sprint customer for years, for the longest time sprint has had the coolest phones, within the past year that has changed drastically as other carriers have started carrying cooler phones. sprint also had the best plans (in my opinion), i base that on all calling plans being nationwide (after having the stupid area calling plans). well, its got to the place where every little thing sprint likes to charge you for. they are $5 us to death on little upgrades that other carriers are giving away. spirnt is charging $5 to call one # while another carrier gives you 10 numbers off the bat at no extra charge (thats my understanding anyway), COME ON SPRINT, you dont have to charge for EVERYTHING, make us feel like were getting somethin...
Wow. 🙄

Mar 8, 2006, 3:27 PM

Big deal.

Alltel has been offering that to their customers with more than one line for a year now.
CellularONE offers unlimited statewide & unlimited national calling for $50 & $100.

Why would anyone bother w/ just one landline?
wirelessoutletllc.com said:
Alltel has been offering that to their customers with more than one line for a year now.

But Alltel sucks

Mar 8, 2006, 2:26 PM

Oh, that would decidedly...

...save me some money. I've got one number I burn a hole in.
It needs to be one number, landline or mobile, then I would be all over it.
Is the a reaction to Cingular testing unlimted mobile to landline in select markets? Just think with the merger a Cingular customer could call anyone with an ATT landline unlimted, for a fee of course.
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