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  1. #1
    SMS 斯蒂文• 夏
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    Those subscribers that believe that they have found some secret way to
    obtain SERO pricing by entering any e-mail address of a Sprint Employee
    (easily found on the web), are doing exactly what Sprint
    intended--signing up for new Sprint service. Actually, you can just use
    "[email protected]" as the e-mail address and get the SERO plan, you
    don't need to be searching for an e-mail address of an employee (though
    you can find them at
    "http://consumerist.com/consumer/sprint/sprint-ceos-phone-number-and-25-other-sprint-execs-240040.php").

    With the collapse of Sprint's Wi-Max plans, their annual drubbing in the
    influential and respected Consumer Reports survey of cellular providers
    (where they were last in 19 out of 20 metro areas surveyed), and their
    hemorrhaging of subscribers, they want new subscribers even at the
    discounted SERO pricing ("http://www.sprint.com/sero"). FatWallet.com
    proclaimed, "Sprint SERO Plan NOW for EVERYONE!!!". Of course they can't
    go offering SERO in their stores or online without some hassle, as
    existing subscribers would all be demanding that they be changed to SERO
    pricing as well.



    See More: Has Sprint Entered Desperation Mode with SERO so Easily Availableto Anyone that Knows Anything?




  2. #2
    Ron
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    Re: Has Sprint Entered Desperation Mode with SERO so Easily Available to Anyone that Knows Anything?

    On Thu, 13 Dec 2007 15:01:37 -0800, SMS ??? ?
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Those subscribers that believe that they have found some secret way to
    >obtain SERO pricing by entering any e-mail address of a Sprint Employee
    >(easily found on the web), are doing exactly what Sprint
    >intended--signing up for new Sprint service. Actually, you can just use
    >"[email protected]" as the e-mail address and get the SERO plan, you
    >don't need to be searching for an e-mail address of an employee (though
    >you can find them at
    >"http://consumerist.com/consumer/sprint/sprint-ceos-phone-number-and-25-other-sprint-execs-240040.php").
    >
    >With the collapse of Sprint's Wi-Max plans, their annual drubbing in the
    >influential and respected Consumer Reports survey of cellular providers
    >(where they were last in 19 out of 20 metro areas surveyed), and their
    >hemorrhaging of subscribers, they want new subscribers even at the
    >discounted SERO pricing ("http://www.sprint.com/sero"). FatWallet.com
    >proclaimed, "Sprint SERO Plan NOW for EVERYONE!!!". Of course they can't
    >go offering SERO in their stores or online without some hassle, as
    >existing subscribers would all be demanding that they be changed to SERO
    >pricing as well.




    Good pricing, just one catch. You still stuck with the Sprint network,
    and Sprint customer service (or lack of it).



  3. #3
    Joel Koltner
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    Re: Has Sprint Entered Desperation Mode with SERO so Easily Available to Anyone that Knows Anything?

    "SMS ???. ?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Of course they can't go offering SERO in their stores or online without some
    > hassle, as existing subscribers would all be demanding that they be changed
    > to SERO pricing as well.


    For a single phone, the SERO pricing is pretty much impossible to beat.
    However, for those with 3 or more phones, other plans often end up being
    cheaper depending on which features you actually care about.






  4. #4
    DTC
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    Re: Has Sprint Entered Desperation Mode with SERO so Easily Availableto Anyone that Knows Anything?

    Ron wrote:
    > Good pricing, just one catch. You still stuck with the Sprint network,
    > and Sprint customer service (or lack of it).


    It would cut my cell bill by a third, no big deal. I've used Sprint in
    the areas where I need it the most and it works fine, CS has never been
    a problem. There are some dead areas where I've been on horse back that
    it can't reach, but over the next hill - Sprint works, but Cingular is dead.

    The compelling reason to switch would be that I can get a personalized
    name for each phone (no, I don't want to go the Navas route and keep
    calling till I get a rep that will do it). The other reason is I can get
    a local number phone for each area code I need it in - which Cingular
    can NOT do for me.



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