IS THE SIMPLY EVERYTHING PLAN GOING AWAY?
Analysis: Sprint network upgrade may curb unlimited data
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/25/us-sprint- ... »
Worst wireless CEOs of all time
http://www.fiercewireless.com/special-reports/who-ar ... »
Scroll down a half page or so to see the writeup on Forsee, he is the second rotten CEO mentioned.
Attention Sprint Reps: Help Required
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Corporate liable phone number
http://www.sprint.com/landings/clport/?INTCID=CM:AB: ... »
I was trying to make sense of it from this article: http://www.sprintfeed.com/2011/09/sprint-endi ng-premier-program/
..as the article says "can use their qualifying upgrade through 12/31/12"?
I'd like to get a new phone now, but also wouldn't want to miss out on any new LTE devices released by this time next year (iPhone 5?, Samsung S3?, WinPhone 8?, etc...)
Thanks for the help!
Just lost another sale to Radioshack...
I work at a Sprint Preferred Retailer, so I'm technically *supposed* to help them even after they buy the phone elsewhere, but the temptation to tell them to get lost is great. Especially since I rely on that commission to feed my family. >_
Apple iPhone 5 to be announced October 7th!!!
Yesterday's Apple iPhone announcement now makes sense.
How is the service?
I am looking for a cheaper carrier but I don't want to relive my experiences that I had with AT&T about 4 years ago.
Is Sprint reliable as a cell phone provider, or will I have alot of dropped calls. According to their coverage map I should be getting good to great coverage around my home, but AT&T's coverage map said the same thing, and I didn't even get coverage at my house.
Time for Verizon to buy Sprint?
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- With AT&T dealing for prized asset T-Mobile, Sprint's options may be down to two: buy everything smaller than it or get bought by Verizon.
Sprint (S, Fortune 500) will be a distant third in the U.S. wireless industry if the AT&T/T-Mobile merger goes through. The carrier would control just 16% of the market, while AT&T (T, Fortune 500) and Verizon (VZ, Fortune 500) would own more than 70% of it.
"I do have concerns that it would stifle innovation and that too much power would be in the hands of two [companies]," Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said Tuesday at a panel discussion at the CTIA Wireless Conference in O
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My thoughts on sprint
Sprint to kill its Premier Program
http://www.phonearena.com/news/Sprint-to-kill-its-Pr ... »
Sprint's "Premier" program was a poorly-designed, poorly-run program that never should have seen the light of day in the first place. It ignored a huge number of long-time, valuable, post-paid customers while giving some newbie customers Premier status. It angered more customers than it pleased.
Congratulations to Sprint for finally having the smarts & the huevos to deep-six an inherently bad program. The only unfortunate thing is that it went on for so long.