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  1. #1
    Robert M.
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    The front page (http://www.sprtintPCS.com) seems now
    totally designed for existing customers. Now absent:

    - any link for Plans available

    - any link for phone available

    - any link for buy Accesories

    - any link for using SprintPCS in business

    (I cleared my cache and refreshed to make sure)

    ==========
    The closest to a link for a new customer is:

    Try SprintPCS Vision FREE for two months"

    and if you click on that all you get is a small pop-up Window


    You have to click on a grayed out Tab for "SHOPPING", which a new
    customer seeking information and not ready to buy today might not think
    to click on.



    See More: Web Site Upgrade ??? Its FUBARed




  2. #2
    Bob Smith
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    Re: Web Site Upgrade ??? Its FUBARed


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > The front page (http://www.sprtintPCS.com) seems now
    > totally designed for existing customers. Now absent:
    >
    > - any link for Plans available
    >
    > - any link for phone available
    >
    > - any link for buy Accesories
    >
    > - any link for using SprintPCS in business
    >
    > (I cleared my cache and refreshed to make sure)
    >
    > ==========
    > The closest to a link for a new customer is:
    >
    > Try SprintPCS Vision FREE for two months"
    >
    > and if you click on that all you get is a small pop-up Window
    >
    >
    > You have to click on a grayed out Tab for "SHOPPING", which a new
    > customer seeking information and not ready to buy today might not think
    > to click on.


    Nothing wrong with their design ... and since when is it ok to quote
    acronyms that contain what you would say have "bad language" in it Phillipe?
    A bit hypocritical of you isn't it?

    Bob





  3. #3
    Nebby0007
    Guest

    Re: Web Site Upgrade ??? Its FUBARed

    > Nothing wrong with their design


    Where does it have any link thats obvious for someone looking at the Sprint PCS
    webpage for the first time, and say wanting to know about plans?



  4. #4
    Chris Russell
    Guest

    Re: Web Site Upgrade ??? Its FUBARed


    "Nebby0007" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > > Nothing wrong with their design

    >
    >
    > Where does it have any link thats obvious for someone looking at the

    Sprint PCS
    > webpage for the first time, and say wanting to know about plans?






  5. #5
    Peterbilt
    Guest

    Re: Web Site Upgrade ??? Its FUBARed

    JESUS F.H. CHRIST Stop changing you F**KING NYM so you'll stay on my PLONK
    file.

    "Nebby0007" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Nothing wrong with their design



    Where does it have any link thats obvious for someone looking at the Sprint
    PCS
    webpage for the first time, and say wanting to know about plans?





  6. #6
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
    Guest

    Re: Web Site Upgrade ??? Its FUBARed

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    Robert M. <[email protected]> wrote:
    > The front page (http://www.sprtintPCS.com) seems now
    > totally designed for existing customers. Now absent:
    >
    > - any link for Plans available
    >
    > - any link for phone available
    >
    > - any link for buy Accesories
    >
    > - any link for using SprintPCS in business
    >
    > (I cleared my cache and refreshed to make sure)
    >
    > ==========
    > The closest to a link for a new customer is:
    >
    > Try SprintPCS Vision FREE for two months"
    >
    > and if you click on that all you get is a small pop-up Window
    >
    >
    > You have to click on a grayed out Tab for "SHOPPING", which a new
    > customer seeking information and not ready to buy today might not think
    > to click on.


    Man ... you must be drunk, or just stupid. I didn't even read to the
    bottom of your message and I went to www.sprintpcs.com. I thought,
    well, where to look for plans, and immediately chose shopping. While
    not perfect perhaps, it certainly was not hard to figure out. Just
    another thing for a Troll to complain about and attempt to stir up
    trouble.

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