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  1. #1
    sparks
    Guest
    OK after last years mess with sprint and denied rebates. I find that in the
    entire east of arkansas I have no coverage. As well as Tunica Mississippi.
    I can't believe no coverage there.
    Well its time to try Cingular and see if I get better service.

    BUT IF After the next year I want to return to sprint do I become a first time
    customer or a returning customer or a SOB lol

    What would I qualify for in the way of phones and plans....same old same old
    or deals or what?

    When I have coverage I have good service but it seems that most of my state
    (Arkansas) is 2 major highways and that is it.
    When traveling with friends, one has altel the other cingular... I drop out and
    they are still talking. By the way we got to Eastern arkansas and I could not
    even get a connect roaming, both of them strong signal...(this was confirmed
    with an 8100 and a new 2500) so it was not just one weak phone, but maybe 2.
    roaming and no signal...this doesn't make since...when I am sitting in the car
    with the other 2 carriers and they were not roaming.

    ok back to my question...sprint returning customer...ok to come back?

    how is sprint on number transfers, I have read some stories on how they take
    longer to release your number than any other carrier...still this way?


    thanks for reading this long post

    sparks



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  2. #2
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Going to leave sprint and try something new...what happens if I come back?


    "sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > OK after last years mess with sprint and denied rebates. I find that in

    the
    > entire east of arkansas I have no coverage. As well as Tunica Mississippi.
    > I can't believe no coverage there.
    > Well its time to try Cingular and see if I get better service.


    Maybe you will find better coverage with Cigular in those areas above.
    >
    > BUT IF After the next year I want to return to sprint do I become a first

    time
    > customer or a returning customer or a SOB lol


    I can't answer for sure, but I'm betting that you would be considered a new
    customer, as long as your prior account is all cleared up. There are two
    more questions to ask.

    1) Depending on what you do with Cingular to get the best deal, can you only
    get a one year commitment, or will it cost you two years?

    2) If you are leaving SPCS because of inadequate coverage in those areas
    above, why would you consider coming back to SPCS?

    Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?

    >
    > What would I qualify for in the way of phones and plans....same old same

    old
    > or deals or what?


    As a new customer, you'd get all the benefits of a new customer. As for the
    same "old" deals, no, not the same old deals. Only what SPCS would be
    offering at the time.

    >
    > When I have coverage I have good service but it seems that most of my

    state
    > (Arkansas) is 2 major highways and that is it.
    > When traveling with friends, one has altel the other cingular... I drop

    out and
    > they are still talking. By the way we got to Eastern arkansas and I could

    not
    > even get a connect roaming, both of them strong signal...(this was

    confirmed
    > with an 8100 and a new 2500) so it was not just one weak phone, but maybe

    2.
    > roaming and no signal...this doesn't make since...when I am sitting in the

    car
    > with the other 2 carriers and they were not roaming.
    >
    > ok back to my question...sprint returning customer...ok to come back?


    Sure, but I ask again, why would you, if you find the coverage doesn't fit
    your needs right now?

    >
    > how is sprint on number transfers, I have read some stories on how they

    take
    > longer to release your number than any other carrier...still this way?
    >


    What you heard is bullwhacky. It shouldn't take more than 3 or so hours to
    port your number as long as you provide all the correct information to
    initiate the porting.. The new carrier, who ever you select should do the
    port transfer. You should provide them a copy of your current SPCS bill,
    showing all the account information.

    Bob





  3. #3
    sparks
    Guest

    Re: Going to leave sprint and try something new...what happens if I come back?

    Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?

    What is this, the $5 a month roaming plan?
    Cingular gives free roaming.

    ==========================================

    I have only had sprint for 5 yrs now. IF I don't like Cingular or they try all
    the fun things I have read in their conference...like new rates being higher
    since the at&t takeover and they don't have the coverage I need I will go back.

    My co has a one year plan with them.
    NO WAY I am signing for 2 yrs with anyone.

    My sprint 1 yr contract for the new phones with rebates that were cancelled ends
    this month.

    (YES I am pissed about the rebates, purchased 2 8100's....whoops one box no
    phone...so get a 2500....your 8100 rebate nope you got a 2500...no rebate
    wait I have a 2500 rebate..yes but you purchased an 8100
    wait the store didn't have but one. ok but that is the rebate we show you
    purchased an 8100...AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
    yes it was rung up as 2 8100's .....with rebate...only one phone....so they gave
    me a 2500....what about the 2500 rebate? you don't qualify since the phone was
    NOT 18 months old.....how can I qualify for an empty box not being 18 months
    old...the phone I am trading in is 2 yrs old...yes but the 8100 you purchased
    was 1 day old, no lady it was 1 minute old...they could not find the phone so I
    got the only phone they had with rebate the 2500...
    SO the $110 rebate came to $50....what a rip
    you can't win with sprint...what a bunch of a##hole loosers.
    That was what I was screaming when I left the store



    On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:31:34 GMT, "Bob Smith" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >
    >"sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> OK after last years mess with sprint and denied rebates. I find that in

    >the
    >> entire east of arkansas I have no coverage. As well as Tunica Mississippi.
    >> I can't believe no coverage there.
    >> Well its time to try Cingular and see if I get better service.

    >
    >Maybe you will find better coverage with Cigular in those areas above.
    >>
    >> BUT IF After the next year I want to return to sprint do I become a first

    >time
    >> customer or a returning customer or a SOB lol

    >
    >I can't answer for sure, but I'm betting that you would be considered a new
    >customer, as long as your prior account is all cleared up. There are two
    >more questions to ask.
    >
    >1) Depending on what you do with Cingular to get the best deal, can you only
    >get a one year commitment, or will it cost you two years?
    >
    >2) If you are leaving SPCS because of inadequate coverage in those areas
    >above, why would you consider coming back to SPCS?
    >
    >Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?
    >
    >>
    >> What would I qualify for in the way of phones and plans....same old same

    >old
    >> or deals or what?

    >
    >As a new customer, you'd get all the benefits of a new customer. As for the
    >same "old" deals, no, not the same old deals. Only what SPCS would be
    >offering at the time.
    >
    >>
    >> When I have coverage I have good service but it seems that most of my

    >state
    >> (Arkansas) is 2 major highways and that is it.
    >> When traveling with friends, one has altel the other cingular... I drop

    >out and
    >> they are still talking. By the way we got to Eastern arkansas and I could

    >not
    >> even get a connect roaming, both of them strong signal...(this was

    >confirmed
    >> with an 8100 and a new 2500) so it was not just one weak phone, but maybe

    >2.
    >> roaming and no signal...this doesn't make since...when I am sitting in the

    >car
    >> with the other 2 carriers and they were not roaming.
    >>
    >> ok back to my question...sprint returning customer...ok to come back?

    >
    >Sure, but I ask again, why would you, if you find the coverage doesn't fit
    >your needs right now?
    >
    >>
    >> how is sprint on number transfers, I have read some stories on how they

    >take
    >> longer to release your number than any other carrier...still this way?
    >>

    >
    >What you heard is bullwhacky. It shouldn't take more than 3 or so hours to
    >port your number as long as you provide all the correct information to
    >initiate the porting.. The new carrier, who ever you select should do the
    >port transfer. You should provide them a copy of your current SPCS bill,
    >showing all the account information.
    >
    >Bob
    >





  4. #4
    Mij Adyaw
    Guest

    Re: Going to leave sprint and try something new...what happens if I come back?

    Have you tried contacting Sprint and reporting the coverage problem that you
    are experiencing? Does Sprint claim to have coverage in the area that you
    are having a problem? (either native Sprint coverage or roaming coverage).


    "sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?
    >
    > What is this, the $5 a month roaming plan?
    > Cingular gives free roaming.
    >
    > ==========================================
    >
    > I have only had sprint for 5 yrs now. IF I don't like Cingular or they try
    > all
    > the fun things I have read in their conference...like new rates being
    > higher
    > since the at&t takeover and they don't have the coverage I need I will go
    > back.
    >
    > My co has a one year plan with them.
    > NO WAY I am signing for 2 yrs with anyone.
    >
    > My sprint 1 yr contract for the new phones with rebates that were
    > cancelled ends
    > this month.
    >
    > (YES I am pissed about the rebates, purchased 2 8100's....whoops one box
    > no
    > phone...so get a 2500....your 8100 rebate nope you got a 2500...no rebate
    > wait I have a 2500 rebate..yes but you purchased an 8100
    > wait the store didn't have but one. ok but that is the rebate we show you
    > purchased an 8100...AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
    > yes it was rung up as 2 8100's .....with rebate...only one phone....so
    > they gave
    > me a 2500....what about the 2500 rebate? you don't qualify since the phone
    > was
    > NOT 18 months old.....how can I qualify for an empty box not being 18
    > months
    > old...the phone I am trading in is 2 yrs old...yes but the 8100 you
    > purchased
    > was 1 day old, no lady it was 1 minute old...they could not find the phone
    > so I
    > got the only phone they had with rebate the 2500...
    > SO the $110 rebate came to $50....what a rip
    > you can't win with sprint...what a bunch of a##hole loosers.
    > That was what I was screaming when I left the store
    >
    >
    >
    > On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:31:34 GMT, "Bob Smith"
    > <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected]
    >>> OK after last years mess with sprint and denied rebates. I find that in

    >>the
    >>> entire east of arkansas I have no coverage. As well as Tunica
    >>> Mississippi.
    >>> I can't believe no coverage there.
    >>> Well its time to try Cingular and see if I get better service.

    >>
    >>Maybe you will find better coverage with Cigular in those areas above.
    >>>
    >>> BUT IF After the next year I want to return to sprint do I become a
    >>> first

    >>time
    >>> customer or a returning customer or a SOB lol

    >>
    >>I can't answer for sure, but I'm betting that you would be considered a
    >>new
    >>customer, as long as your prior account is all cleared up. There are two
    >>more questions to ask.
    >>
    >>1) Depending on what you do with Cingular to get the best deal, can you
    >>only
    >>get a one year commitment, or will it cost you two years?
    >>
    >>2) If you are leaving SPCS because of inadequate coverage in those areas
    >>above, why would you consider coming back to SPCS?
    >>
    >>Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?
    >>
    >>>
    >>> What would I qualify for in the way of phones and plans....same old same

    >>old
    >>> or deals or what?

    >>
    >>As a new customer, you'd get all the benefits of a new customer. As for
    >>the
    >>same "old" deals, no, not the same old deals. Only what SPCS would be
    >>offering at the time.
    >>
    >>>
    >>> When I have coverage I have good service but it seems that most of my

    >>state
    >>> (Arkansas) is 2 major highways and that is it.
    >>> When traveling with friends, one has altel the other cingular... I drop

    >>out and
    >>> they are still talking. By the way we got to Eastern arkansas and I
    >>> could

    >>not
    >>> even get a connect roaming, both of them strong signal...(this was

    >>confirmed
    >>> with an 8100 and a new 2500) so it was not just one weak phone, but
    >>> maybe

    >>2.
    >>> roaming and no signal...this doesn't make since...when I am sitting in
    >>> the

    >>car
    >>> with the other 2 carriers and they were not roaming.
    >>>
    >>> ok back to my question...sprint returning customer...ok to come back?

    >>
    >>Sure, but I ask again, why would you, if you find the coverage doesn't fit
    >>your needs right now?
    >>
    >>>
    >>> how is sprint on number transfers, I have read some stories on how they

    >>take
    >>> longer to release your number than any other carrier...still this way?
    >>>

    >>
    >>What you heard is bullwhacky. It shouldn't take more than 3 or so hours to
    >>port your number as long as you provide all the correct information to
    >>initiate the porting.. The new carrier, who ever you select should do the
    >>port transfer. You should provide them a copy of your current SPCS bill,
    >>showing all the account information.
    >>
    >>Bob
    >>

    >






  5. #5
    sparks
    Guest

    Re: Going to leave sprint and try something new...what happens if I come back?

    When I contacted sprint about the big casinos in mississippi not having
    coverage. their response was we have 2 towers in that area..one is right by the
    airport.
    BUT
    we don't reach any of the motels on the northern areas.

    other coverage...the only thing I could get from them was see the map on the web
    site.



    On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 08:43:11 -0800, "Mij Adyaw" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Have you tried contacting Sprint and reporting the coverage problem that you
    >are experiencing? Does Sprint claim to have coverage in the area that you
    >are having a problem? (either native Sprint coverage or roaming coverage).
    >
    >
    >"sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:vt3921tj73sp7g[email protected]
    >> Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?
    >>
    >> What is this, the $5 a month roaming plan?
    >> Cingular gives free roaming.
    >>
    >> ==========================================
    >>
    >> I have only had sprint for 5 yrs now. IF I don't like Cingular or they try
    >> all
    >> the fun things I have read in their conference...like new rates being
    >> higher
    >> since the at&t takeover and they don't have the coverage I need I will go
    >> back.
    >>
    >> My co has a one year plan with them.
    >> NO WAY I am signing for 2 yrs with anyone.
    >>
    >> My sprint 1 yr contract for the new phones with rebates that were
    >> cancelled ends
    >> this month.
    >>
    >> (YES I am pissed about the rebates, purchased 2 8100's....whoops one box
    >> no
    >> phone...so get a 2500....your 8100 rebate nope you got a 2500...no rebate
    >> wait I have a 2500 rebate..yes but you purchased an 8100
    >> wait the store didn't have but one. ok but that is the rebate we show you
    >> purchased an 8100...AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
    >> yes it was rung up as 2 8100's .....with rebate...only one phone....so
    >> they gave
    >> me a 2500....what about the 2500 rebate? you don't qualify since the phone
    >> was
    >> NOT 18 months old.....how can I qualify for an empty box not being 18
    >> months
    >> old...the phone I am trading in is 2 yrs old...yes but the 8100 you
    >> purchased
    >> was 1 day old, no lady it was 1 minute old...they could not find the phone
    >> so I
    >> got the only phone they had with rebate the 2500...
    >> SO the $110 rebate came to $50....what a rip
    >> you can't win with sprint...what a bunch of a##hole loosers.
    >> That was what I was screaming when I left the store
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:31:34 GMT, "Bob Smith"
    >> <[email protected]>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>>
    >>>"sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>news:[email protected]
    >>>> OK after last years mess with sprint and denied rebates. I find that in
    >>>the
    >>>> entire east of arkansas I have no coverage. As well as Tunica
    >>>> Mississippi.
    >>>> I can't believe no coverage there.
    >>>> Well its time to try Cingular and see if I get better service.
    >>>
    >>>Maybe you will find better coverage with Cigular in those areas above.
    >>>>
    >>>> BUT IF After the next year I want to return to sprint do I become a
    >>>> first
    >>>time
    >>>> customer or a returning customer or a SOB lol
    >>>
    >>>I can't answer for sure, but I'm betting that you would be considered a
    >>>new
    >>>customer, as long as your prior account is all cleared up. There are two
    >>>more questions to ask.
    >>>
    >>>1) Depending on what you do with Cingular to get the best deal, can you
    >>>only
    >>>get a one year commitment, or will it cost you two years?
    >>>
    >>>2) If you are leaving SPCS because of inadequate coverage in those areas
    >>>above, why would you consider coming back to SPCS?
    >>>
    >>>Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>> What would I qualify for in the way of phones and plans....same old same
    >>>old
    >>>> or deals or what?
    >>>
    >>>As a new customer, you'd get all the benefits of a new customer. As for
    >>>the
    >>>same "old" deals, no, not the same old deals. Only what SPCS would be
    >>>offering at the time.
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>> When I have coverage I have good service but it seems that most of my
    >>>state
    >>>> (Arkansas) is 2 major highways and that is it.
    >>>> When traveling with friends, one has altel the other cingular... I drop
    >>>out and
    >>>> they are still talking. By the way we got to Eastern arkansas and I
    >>>> could
    >>>not
    >>>> even get a connect roaming, both of them strong signal...(this was
    >>>confirmed
    >>>> with an 8100 and a new 2500) so it was not just one weak phone, but
    >>>> maybe
    >>>2.
    >>>> roaming and no signal...this doesn't make since...when I am sitting in
    >>>> the
    >>>car
    >>>> with the other 2 carriers and they were not roaming.
    >>>>
    >>>> ok back to my question...sprint returning customer...ok to come back?
    >>>
    >>>Sure, but I ask again, why would you, if you find the coverage doesn't fit
    >>>your needs right now?
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>> how is sprint on number transfers, I have read some stories on how they
    >>>take
    >>>> longer to release your number than any other carrier...still this way?
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>>What you heard is bullwhacky. It shouldn't take more than 3 or so hours to
    >>>port your number as long as you provide all the correct information to
    >>>initiate the porting.. The new carrier, who ever you select should do the
    >>>port transfer. You should provide them a copy of your current SPCS bill,
    >>>showing all the account information.
    >>>
    >>>Bob
    >>>

    >>

    >





  6. #6
    Mij Adyaw
    Guest

    Re: Going to leave sprint and try something new...what happens if I come back?

    Is it possible that you phone should be functioning in roaming mode? Is the
    phone set to automatic roaming rather than sprint-only? It seems to me that
    there should be roaming on another network in that area if it is not
    possible to receive a Sprint signal. Does anyone else have any idea what may
    be happening here?

    -mij

    "sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > When I contacted sprint about the big casinos in mississippi not having
    > coverage. their response was we have 2 towers in that area..one is right
    > by the
    > airport.
    > BUT
    > we don't reach any of the motels on the northern areas.
    >
    > other coverage...the only thing I could get from them was see the map on
    > the web
    > site.
    >
    >
    >
    > On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 08:43:11 -0800, "Mij Adyaw" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>Have you tried contacting Sprint and reporting the coverage problem that
    >>you
    >>are experiencing? Does Sprint claim to have coverage in the area that you
    >>are having a problem? (either native Sprint coverage or roaming coverage).
    >>
    >>
    >>"sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected]
    >>> Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?
    >>>
    >>> What is this, the $5 a month roaming plan?
    >>> Cingular gives free roaming.
    >>>
    >>> ==========================================
    >>>
    >>> I have only had sprint for 5 yrs now. IF I don't like Cingular or they
    >>> try
    >>> all
    >>> the fun things I have read in their conference...like new rates being
    >>> higher
    >>> since the at&t takeover and they don't have the coverage I need I will
    >>> go
    >>> back.
    >>>
    >>> My co has a one year plan with them.
    >>> NO WAY I am signing for 2 yrs with anyone.
    >>>
    >>> My sprint 1 yr contract for the new phones with rebates that were
    >>> cancelled ends
    >>> this month.
    >>>
    >>> (YES I am pissed about the rebates, purchased 2 8100's....whoops one box
    >>> no
    >>> phone...so get a 2500....your 8100 rebate nope you got a 2500...no
    >>> rebate
    >>> wait I have a 2500 rebate..yes but you purchased an 8100
    >>> wait the store didn't have but one. ok but that is the rebate we show
    >>> you
    >>> purchased an 8100...AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
    >>> yes it was rung up as 2 8100's .....with rebate...only one phone....so
    >>> they gave
    >>> me a 2500....what about the 2500 rebate? you don't qualify since the
    >>> phone
    >>> was
    >>> NOT 18 months old.....how can I qualify for an empty box not being 18
    >>> months
    >>> old...the phone I am trading in is 2 yrs old...yes but the 8100 you
    >>> purchased
    >>> was 1 day old, no lady it was 1 minute old...they could not find the
    >>> phone
    >>> so I
    >>> got the only phone they had with rebate the 2500...
    >>> SO the $110 rebate came to $50....what a rip
    >>> you can't win with sprint...what a bunch of a##hole loosers.
    >>> That was what I was screaming when I left the store
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:31:34 GMT, "Bob Smith"
    >>> <[email protected]>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>>"sparks" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>>news:[email protected]
    >>>>> OK after last years mess with sprint and denied rebates. I find that
    >>>>> in
    >>>>the
    >>>>> entire east of arkansas I have no coverage. As well as Tunica
    >>>>> Mississippi.
    >>>>> I can't believe no coverage there.
    >>>>> Well its time to try Cingular and see if I get better service.
    >>>>
    >>>>Maybe you will find better coverage with Cigular in those areas above.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> BUT IF After the next year I want to return to sprint do I become a
    >>>>> first
    >>>>time
    >>>>> customer or a returning customer or a SOB lol
    >>>>
    >>>>I can't answer for sure, but I'm betting that you would be considered a
    >>>>new
    >>>>customer, as long as your prior account is all cleared up. There are two
    >>>>more questions to ask.
    >>>>
    >>>>1) Depending on what you do with Cingular to get the best deal, can you
    >>>>only
    >>>>get a one year commitment, or will it cost you two years?
    >>>>
    >>>>2) If you are leaving SPCS because of inadequate coverage in those areas
    >>>>above, why would you consider coming back to SPCS?
    >>>>
    >>>>Have you ever considered adding the F & CA option to your plan?
    >>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> What would I qualify for in the way of phones and plans....same old
    >>>>> same
    >>>>old
    >>>>> or deals or what?
    >>>>
    >>>>As a new customer, you'd get all the benefits of a new customer. As for
    >>>>the
    >>>>same "old" deals, no, not the same old deals. Only what SPCS would be
    >>>>offering at the time.
    >>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> When I have coverage I have good service but it seems that most of my
    >>>>state
    >>>>> (Arkansas) is 2 major highways and that is it.
    >>>>> When traveling with friends, one has altel the other cingular... I
    >>>>> drop
    >>>>out and
    >>>>> they are still talking. By the way we got to Eastern arkansas and I
    >>>>> could
    >>>>not
    >>>>> even get a connect roaming, both of them strong signal...(this was
    >>>>confirmed
    >>>>> with an 8100 and a new 2500) so it was not just one weak phone, but
    >>>>> maybe
    >>>>2.
    >>>>> roaming and no signal...this doesn't make since...when I am sitting in
    >>>>> the
    >>>>car
    >>>>> with the other 2 carriers and they were not roaming.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> ok back to my question...sprint returning customer...ok to come back?
    >>>>
    >>>>Sure, but I ask again, why would you, if you find the coverage doesn't
    >>>>fit
    >>>>your needs right now?
    >>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> how is sprint on number transfers, I have read some stories on how
    >>>>> they
    >>>>take
    >>>>> longer to release your number than any other carrier...still this way?
    >>>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>What you heard is bullwhacky. It shouldn't take more than 3 or so hours
    >>>>to
    >>>>port your number as long as you provide all the correct information to
    >>>>initiate the porting.. The new carrier, who ever you select should do
    >>>>the
    >>>>port transfer. You should provide them a copy of your current SPCS bill,
    >>>>showing all the account information.
    >>>>
    >>>>Bob
    >>>>
    >>>

    >>

    >






  7. #7
    Evan Platt
    Guest

    Re: Going to leave sprint and try something new...what happens if I come back?

    On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:07:33 GMT, sparks <[email protected]> wrote:

    >OK after last years mess with sprint and denied rebates. I find that in the
    >entire east of arkansas I have no coverage. As well as Tunica Mississippi.
    >I can't believe no coverage there.
    >Well its time to try Cingular and see if I get better service.
    >
    >BUT IF After the next year I want to return to sprint do I become a first time
    >customer or a returning customer or a SOB lol


    I believe it would have to be after 365 days, you can 'return' as a
    new customer.
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  8. #8
    Newsguy
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    Re: Going to leave sprint and try something new...what happens if I come back?

    No, it's 90 days.



    "Evan Platt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > I believe it would have to be after 365 days, you can 'return' as a
    > new customer.
    > --
    > To reply, remove TheObvious from my e-mail address.






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