You've got to be kidding me, Sprint doesn't want my business, even for a year? 🤨
QUIT BEING A BABY AND SIGN THE CONTRACT!!! Youll save money just doing a 2yr agreement and cancelling it after 12 mos. If not, stop complaining. You re acting like if your forced into a marriage proposal for the rest of your life!! Take a chill pill!!!
I did. And with the new Opera browser it's not half bad. 😉
If you work in the industry you know it costs nothing to put someone on the network if you take out equipment subsidies. How long does it take you to do an activation? 15 minutes? And you make about $12 per hour? That's $3! Wait...you charge a $36 activation fee. Guess it's been made up...hasn't it?
If you work in the industry you know IT COST NOTHING to put someone on the network if you take out equipment subsidies. How long does it take you to do an activation? 15 minutes? And you make about $12 per hour? That's $3!
Next time don't contradict yourself when you talk, it doesn't help. First you say it doest cost anything, but then you said it cost 3$.
I also forgot, that store you went to and tried to activate your aircard, they don't have to pay for...
As an FYI, Metro PCS is not charging for Metro Flash right now. Just pay your first month and go. But you being the wireless expert probably already knew that.
This means NO loss on the equipment, you still get one year of service (or a termination fee), plus the set up fee.
I understand that it costs money to set up a user on the network.. but you are taking less of a loss here than you would for a normal customer, and he was still willing to sign an agreement. It's like turning a customer away because they are only offering you 15 dollars profit instead of 17. Is it less money? Yes. Is it still money? Yes
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WHAT, where are you atÃ¢â‚¬Â¦India? I could barely hear the guy and his accent didnÃ¢â‚¬™t help.
VZW offers 1 year and month-month contracts right on their web site and for me the equipment would be $70. IÃ¢â‚¬™ll gladly pay that rather than call Sprint again.
runs around in circles with his useless job and a deadbeat girlfriend that hunts for organic foods in the garbage. You fake Americans make me sick! Viva la Skype! Free, freedom of the people and a boot to the head for anyone that hates free! Freedom!
Would you like some coffee? I am making a fresh pot and I serve it with LOTS of half and half!
The guy was providing his own equipment (no product loss) and still willing to sign a one year contract... that is money in the bank, not difficult.
If youÃ¢â‚¬™re a VZW customer you can sign up for a 1 year data plan and theyÃ¢â‚¬™ll charge you a whole $30 for a PCMIA data card (what I want).
I tried to go with Sprint because they supposedly have the fastest data and I didnÃ¢â‚¬™t want to be locked into a 2 year contract with 4G, LTE, Wi-MaxÃ¢â‚¬Â¦whatever, just around the corner.
Well boys and girls, welcome to the final installment of Carrier Wars Ã¢â‚¬” the series of features in which we call upon our readers who represent each of the four major US wireless carriers to report the 3G speeds theyÃ¢â‚¬™re experiencing across the country. ItÃ¢â‚¬™s been quite a trip but the fourth and final carrier, T-Mobile USA, is now accounted for, which means its time to line everyone up side by side and see where the chips fell. So sit back, relax and hit the jump to see how your carrier stacks up against the competition.
To quickly recap where weÃ¢â‚¬™re at right now: AT&T was first up and recorded a pretty respectable average download speed of 933kbps, besting next in lin...