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  1. #1
    wldthng842
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    The training in Kansas City for "Ready Link" or PTT is Nov. 19 Hopefully
    this means it will hit stores shortly thereafter.

    -Brandt





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  2. #2
    CAT0NHAT
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    Re: PTT

    > The training in Kansas City for "Ready Link" or PTT > is Nov. 19 Hopefully
    > this means it will hit stores shortly thereafter.



    When Sprint should be doing everything to prepare itself for Number
    Portability, it is allowing itself to be diverted by PTT, which likely will be
    too little too late.



  3. #3
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: PTT

    CAT0NHAT wrote:

    >> The training in Kansas City for "Ready Link" or PTT > is Nov. 19
    >> Hopefully this means it will hit stores shortly thereafter.

    >
    >
    > When Sprint should be doing everything to prepare itself for Number
    > Portability, it is allowing itself to be diverted by PTT, which likely
    > will be too little too late.


    Let me get this straight- you've been *****ing about not having PTT for
    months, but now is not a good time? Take the plastic bag off your head-
    you need some air.



  4. #4
    CAT0NHAT
    Guest

    Re: PTT

    [email protected] attempting to coverup Sprint's disorganizatin
    over PTT says:

    > Let me get this straight- you've been *****ing
    > about not having PTT for
    > months, but now is not a good time? Take the
    > plastic bag off your head- you need some air.


    You find where I ever wanted PTT, I could care less. I did and still do find
    amuzing contradictory statements from Sprint employees who one the one hand
    claim to be "in the know" and then claim "not to be able to reveal confidential
    information".

    And again with Sprint having the lowest rated customer service and high churn
    rate, if it is to survive (or don't you care?), it needs to concentrate on
    WLNP, not on PTT in the current time frame.



  5. #5
    mjohns2
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    Re: PTT

    Subject: PTT and SMS

    "CAT0NHAT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:<[email protected]>...

    > we are waiting.


    --

    http://www.youmatch.net/

    "CAT0NHAT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > [email protected] attempting to coverup Sprint's

    disorganizatin
    > over PTT says:
    >
    > > Let me get this straight- you've been *****ing
    > > about not having PTT for
    > > months, but now is not a good time? Take the
    > > plastic bag off your head- you need some air.

    >
    > You find where I ever wanted PTT, I could care less. I did and still do

    find
    > amuzing contradictory statements from Sprint employees who one the one

    hand
    > claim to be "in the know" and then claim "not to be able to reveal

    confidential
    > information".
    >
    > And again with Sprint having the lowest rated customer service and high

    churn
    > rate, if it is to survive (or don't you care?), it needs to concentrate on
    > WLNP, not on PTT in the current time frame.






  6. #6
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: PTT

    mjohns2 wrote:

    > Subject: PTT and SMS
    >
    > "CAT0NHAT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:<[email protected]>...
    >
    >> we are waiting.

    >

    Thank you mj- if I had posted that, Phil would have labeled me an apologist
    who is trying to dodge facts (not that he ever provides any)>



  7. #7

    Re: PTT

    (t's amazing. First you complain that you're "still waiting" for PTT.
    Then the hint of a release date comes out and you complain about that,
    too! So, you complain that it isn't there, and then you complain that
    it will be.

    It's impossible for you to not complain, isn't it?

    You seem to pre-condemn everything!


    Catonhat wrote:

    > > The training in Kansas City for "Ready Link" or PTT > is Nov. 19 Hopefully
    > > this means it will hit stores shortly thereafter.



    > When Sprint should be doing everything to prepare itself for Number
    > Portability, it is allowing itself to be diverted by PTT, which likely will be
    > too little too late.





  8. #8

    Re: PTT

    On 31 Oct 2003 22:06:30 GMT, [email protected] (CAT0NHAT) wrote:

    >> The training in Kansas City for "Ready Link" or PTT > is Nov. 19 Hopefully
    >> this means it will hit stores shortly thereafter.

    >
    >
    >When Sprint should be doing everything to prepare itself for Number
    >Portability, it is allowing itself to be diverted by PTT, which likely will be
    >too little too late.


    The assumption, here, is that WNP is handled by the same techs that
    handle PTT. It "ain't necessarily so".




  9. #9
    Cat0nHat
    Guest

    Re: PTT


    CAT0NHAT wrote:
    > *[email protected] attempting to coverup Sprint's
    > disorganizatin
    > over PTT says:
    >
    > > Let me get this straight- you've been b*tching
    > > about not having PTT for
    > > months, but now is not a good time? Take the
    > > plastic bag off your head- you need some air.

    >
    > You find where I ever wanted PTT, I could care less. *


    Oh, someone caught me in a LIE on this thread. Please forgive me and
    my ranblings. I love you Scott.

    --
    Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap




  10. #10
    John R. Copeland
    Guest

    Re: PTT

    Attaboy! Truth will come out.
    ---JRC---

    "Cat0nCrack" <[email protected]> wrote in message =
    news:[email protected]
    >=20
    > CAT0NHAT wrote:
    > > *[email protected] attempting to coverup Sprint's
    > > disorganizatin
    > > over PTT says:
    > >=20
    > > > Let me get this straight- you've been b*tching
    > > > about not having PTT for
    > > > months, but now is not a good time? Take the
    > > > plastic bag off your head- you need some air.

    > >=20
    > > You find where I ever wanted PTT, I could care less. *

    >=20
    > Oh, someone caught me in a LIE on this thread. Please forgive me and
    > my ranblings. I love you Scott.
    >=20
    > --
    >




  11. #11
    bob
    Guest

    Re: PTT

    im new what is PTT SMS WNP



    On Sun, 2 Nov 2003 14:06:06 -0500, Cat0nHat
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >CAT0NHAT wrote:
    >> *[email protected] attempting to coverup Sprint's
    >> disorganizatin
    >> over PTT says:
    >>
    >> > Let me get this straight- you've been b*tching
    >> > about not having PTT for
    >> > months, but now is not a good time? Take the
    >> > plastic bag off your head- you need some air.

    >>
    >> You find where I ever wanted PTT, I could care less. *

    >
    >Oh, someone caught me in a LIE on this thread. Please forgive me and
    >my ranblings. I love you Scott.





  12. #12
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: PTT

    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says=
    ....
    > im new what is PTT SMS WNP
    >=20


    1) PTT =3D Push-To-Talk. Basically, the walkie talkie-like service, like N=
    extel=20
    offers.

    2) SMS =3D Short Messaging Service. Maybe I got a word wrong there. Basic=
    ally,=20
    though, it's the text messaging service, and in this case, we're talking=20
    specifically about MO-SMS (SPCS calls it 2-way SMS). MO=3D Mobile Originat=
    ed. =20
    meaning you don't need to get on Vision/Wireless Web to compose your messag=
    e. =20
    That's done right on your device.

    3) WNP (Actually WLNP) =3D Wireless Local Number Portability. Basically, t=
    he=20
    ability to "take your number with you" if you choose to switch your cellula=
    r=20
    service provider. Incidentally, it will also cover moving from a home, wir=
    ed=20
    phone to a cellular one.

    --=20
    -+-
    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for SprintPCS
    I *don't* speak for them.



  13. #13
    bob
    Guest

    Re: PTT

    thanks

    On Mon, 03 Nov 2003 18:15:49 GMT, O/Siris <[email protected]întpcs.côm>
    wrote:

    >In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
    >> im new what is PTT SMS WNP
    >>

    >
    >1) PTT = Push-To-Talk. Basically, the walkie talkie-like service, like Nextel
    >offers.
    >
    >2) SMS = Short Messaging Service. Maybe I got a word wrong there. Basically,
    >though, it's the text messaging service, and in this case, we're talking
    >specifically about MO-SMS (SPCS calls it 2-way SMS). MO= Mobile Originated.
    >meaning you don't need to get on Vision/Wireless Web to compose your message.
    >That's done right on your device.
    >
    >3) WNP (Actually WLNP) = Wireless Local Number Portability. Basically, the
    >ability to "take your number with you" if you choose to switch your cellular
    >service provider. Incidentally, it will also cover moving from a home, wired
    >phone to a cellular one.





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