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Sprint's Direct 2 You Reaches More than 30 New Cities

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Oct 13, 2015, 7:19 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint today expanded its Direct 2 You service to 34 new metropolitan areas around the country. The additions include: Indianapolis, Ind.; Lexington and Bowling Green, Ky.; New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Lafayette, La.; Las Vegas, Henderson, Paradise, and Spring Valley, Nev.; Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, and Asheville, N.C.; Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Akron, Canton, and Dayton, Ohio; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Nashville, Clarksville, Franklin, and Jackson, Tenn.; and Salt Lake City, Ogden, Sandy, Layton, Provo, and Park City, Utah. Direct 2 You is live in these cities and the surrounding areas. With Direct 2 You, a Sprint technician brings the store experience to the homes of customers who purchase a new phone. Customers still receive the same benefits as buying in stores, such as setting up the phone, transferring content, and teaching tutorials. Sprint's Direct 2 You service is offered free of charge. Sprint said more cities will be added throughout the year.


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Oct 13, 2015, 1:05 PM

Cost Cutting?

For a company that seems to be strapped for cash, laying off a ton of its employees, and raising prices left and right and cant even deploy the network plans they had years ago... They sure are spending a lot for Fiat 500's, gasoline costs, and employees driving from one end of a city to another to gain a few customers. To date, I've not known or heard of any single person using this method of gaining Sprint access, other than that 1 episode promotion they did with David Beckham on FOX.

If they are so broke, why not cut the funding of this disaster, and let people order online or in store. Simple.
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