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http://www.switched.com/2007/0...omers/
http://www.sprintusers.com/for...36518
http://www.boygeniusreport.com...share/
http://www.engadget.com/2005/0...kings/

As someone who has used Sprint PCS on and off since 1995, I find this amusing. Being a prick is now a clever way to cancel your service without paying the $200 fee.

Merger of equals... DaimlerChrysler... SprintNextel... LOL.

Positives for Sprint: JD Power awards for call quality. Fastest and widest data network on the entire continent.
 

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*Alot* of people hate Sprint, and when I had them they were nothing but good to me. I never had a problem they couldnt resolve and for awhile they had the highest technology service and phones.

Im with Verizon now and rue the day I left Sprint. Verizon is VERY costly even though they have high quality service.

I wont even consider ATT or T-Mobile until HSDPA is rolled out widely.

BTW... Anyone remember the pre-cursor to todays PCS networks?
 

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I use T-Mobile, therefore I am a sheeple.
 

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I had a lot of trouble with AT&T years ago then they bought Cingular or whatever and AT&T became Cingular. After that my problems were gone, that and I finally bought a decent phone instead of using the freebie junk.
Now they are doing a name swap again and I am sort of puzzled but whatever.
I don't care as long as my service works.

Why would anybody complain about being dropped from a service that they have to call customer assistance that many times anyway? I would thank the powers that be and start looking for a new cellular company.
 
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