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Verizon's SharePlan Users Can Add Numbers With Different Area Codes

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Gary Forsee

Feb 7, 2008, 11:23 AM
I guess next they will announce that now you can make calls unlimited after 7, or true unlimited broadband with aircards, this crap reminds me of at&t and apple announcing that the iphone can now support threaded text messeging. Sprint ahead guys


Feb 7, 2008, 11:50 AM
It was really GF, but you're clearly not. As you know, 'Gary', Sprint's network was built as one entity, not by the same route as Verizon & AT&T of mergers & acquisitions of smaller carriers, so Sprint never had to deal with this issue. You'd also be aware that the regulatory hurdles the FCC has imposed on market division in the US (mostly legacy anti-monopoly laws stemming from the break up of Ma Bell to the various wirelines) are somewhat involved in the process, and that changes in this have allowed the carriers to change their offerings & coverage areas.

You'd probably also know, 'Gary', that the features offered by a carrier are insigificant compared to effective management of that company & it's profits, not to mention focusing at...

Feb 7, 2008, 1:07 PM
Very well put. Its true that sprint has allowed numbers from different markets to share plans for years now but its actually pretty irrelevant in the big scheme of things when you consider that the company (sprint) is not managed effectively and is failing.

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