|reply to Telco |
Re: What a Missed Opportunity
I'm a Sprint customer and I have received numerous promotional fliers with offers of deeply discounted (ie $0.99) phones - even smart phones - with and without push-to-talk service. They have been sending these to me for at least 6 months. They called me 3-4 times about buying my unused iDen phones back for $10-$25 a pop. They have been working hard to move my company off of iDen. I think, this is now another way to move customers off of iDen.
I'm just saying they have been nice before they have no other choice and turn nasty...
Are you going to move off of iDEN and onto Sprint PTT? Coverage will be much greater than Nextel's iDEN network and if you get PTT phones from Sprint that support 800 MHz ESMR you will have great indoor and rural coverage (within Sprints footprint).
|reply to itsmeagain |
yup they have a lot low priced smart phones I got a iPhone from them for free a little while back.
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|reply to NiteSn0w |
said by NiteSn0w:who uses PTT anymore? I don't see it.
Are you going to move off of iDEN and onto Sprint PTT?
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First Energy Corp, Dominion Energy, DTE, LF Ventures aka Lowe's Companies. I can go on with many other companies that still use the service. And they went with it due to Sprint's half ass attempt long ago never worked.