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Sprint's Mass Market Phones Now Linked to Corporate Email

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Jun 19, 2008, 1:27 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint is offering non-PDA and non-smartphone owners the ability to receive their Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes email on their mass market handsets. The service, called Sprint Mobile Email Work, is available for free to those who subscribe to unlimited data plans. If you don't have an unlimited data plan, it will cost $10 per month. The service will work with a number of devices from Samsung, Motorola, LG and Sanyo.




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T Mobster

Jun 19, 2008, 3:51 PM

good idea..

not everyone can afford or has the brains to operate a smartphone or blackberry. so this is a sensible idea.
with the assumption you work for T-Mobile, the 9.99 T-Zones package does this as well for the past year and half.
The only people whe NEED corporate email and Microsoft Outlook/Exchange probably get FREE smartphones from they're jobs.

Most everybody else has Yahoo email or whatever else.
And some of us don't like data phones. You have to right-fit your customer.

Jun 26, 2008, 5:12 PM

Don't the have more important things to be worried about?

Seems to be a little mismanaged doesn't it?

Jun 19, 2008, 3:47 PM

More clarification on when it is free?

Maybe I'm getting confused with the recent plan changes, but the news release mentions the service free only with "Everything plans starting at $69.99, Talk/Message/Data Share plans starting at $129.99 for two lines, and the $30 Sprint Pro Pack data plan."

I am using the $15 Access (Power Vision) data plan, so I'm thinking it will cost the $10 extra if I for some reason wanted to use this... I point this out though because technically any data plan for just your Sprint phone is unlimited.
You have a data plan so it's free... period.
If you have "Vision" with sprint, this feature is included. Whether its the recent vision pack add on or if you're a part of the new "Everything" plans 😁

Jun 19, 2008, 1:46 PM


thats cool
peace...word, now this makes my job a hell of a lot easier when setting up business accounts. especially for smaller businesses.

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