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    SPCS offered no phones with Bluetooth, and appeared to cancel the
    relationship with Sony/Ericsson, so our plan was to go to TMobile and get a
    free S/E T610 plus Jabra Bluetooth earbud. Of course, there would be a
    number transfer, etc. Today the T608 BT phone was released. Reviewing my
    history, SPCS agreed to send me a free one. My net cost is $45 or so, the
    price of a BT earbud on eBay, and my SPCS service costs $120/year less than
    TMobile's.

    I really DO like SPCS a lot, and in five years have had no difficulties at
    all. The above flexibility is an example.





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    SprintPCS Sucks!!!
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    Re: Guess I'm not leaving Sprint after all...

    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > SPCS offered no phones with Bluetooth, and appeared to cancel the
    > relationship with Sony/Ericsson, so our plan was to go to TMobile and get a
    > free S/E T610 plus Jabra Bluetooth earbud. Of course, there would be a
    > number transfer, etc. Today the T608 BT phone was released. Reviewing my
    > history, SPCS agreed to send me a free one. My net cost is $45 or so, the
    > price of a BT earbud on eBay, and my SPCS service costs $120/year less than
    > TMobile's.
    >
    > I really DO like SPCS a lot, and in five years have had no difficulties at
    > all. The above flexibility is an example.


    It's nice to see that they took care of you. Every once in a while,
    I'll hear a story about how SprintPCS did the right thing.

    This shouldn't be something to get excited about, but we're all just
    so used to telecom-business-as-usual practices with Sprint.

    SprintPCS Sucks



  3. #3
    Bob Smith
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    Re: Guess I'm not leaving Sprint after all...


    "SprintPCS Sucks!!!" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > SPCS offered no phones with Bluetooth, and appeared to cancel the
    > > relationship with Sony/Ericsson, so our plan was to go to TMobile and

    get a
    > > free S/E T610 plus Jabra Bluetooth earbud. Of course, there would be a
    > > number transfer, etc. Today the T608 BT phone was released. Reviewing my
    > > history, SPCS agreed to send me a free one. My net cost is $45 or so,

    the
    > > price of a BT earbud on eBay, and my SPCS service costs $120/year less

    than
    > > TMobile's.
    > >
    > > I really DO like SPCS a lot, and in five years have had no difficulties

    at
    > > all. The above flexibility is an example.

    >
    > It's nice to see that they took care of you. Every once in a while,
    > I'll hear a story about how SprintPCS did the right thing.
    >
    > This shouldn't be something to get excited about, but we're all just
    > so used to telecom-business-as-usual practices with Sprint.
    >
    > SprintPCS Sucks


    You said *we* above. Who are *we*? I'm asking as the rate of complaints has
    dropped off drastically here, on everything save but Bluetooth ...

    Bob





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    Robert H.
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    Re: Guess I'm not leaving Sprint after all...

    Can anyone answer more to this "reviewing history". I'm interested in
    upgrading to a new phone but have not yet reached my 18 month mark.

    I've been a customer for close to 4 years, automatic bill-pay for most
    of it. 2000min/$85 plan. 18 months are up around April and 2-year
    contract up in July or so...

    Is Sprint known for making deals with customers who are still under
    contract?



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