As the longstanding number four of the US network, T-Mobile’s been taking out its anger at “Dumb & Dumber,” flying planes in front of both AT&T’s and Verizon’s New York headquarters and just raising general hell like a misbehaving child. Funny how putting Sprint down in the cellar brings out the same tomfoolery sometimes.
Not this time. Not for the holidays. Instead, Sprint’s CEO Marcelo Claure is making an underhanded move by sending care packages over to select T-Mobile. From Cheez-Its to Oreos, it seems that the bounty’s [...]
The report of the Sprint’s demise has been greatly exaggerated, but boy, is it hard not to see red in yellow. It traded places with T-Mobile in the subscriber base wars and is still pretty far down the network speed ratings. Furthermore, it’s going to have to continue a pattern of cost-cutting which may also involve “unlimited lite” plans and the obsolescence of real unlimited plans.
And yet, Sprint has gone on and decided to reboot its “Cut Your Bill in Half” promotion from a year ago to take away users from the bigger three carriers in the [...]
Here’s a thing I don’t get. Restrictions.
Restrictions are, as a rule, kinda bad. There is little in this world more frustrating than the absolute declaration of “This shall not be done”. It’s rather like those memos you get at work. You know the ones. The ones that say “From now on you can only use these two phrases to end a phone call – blah and blah” (Bear with me. I work in a call center). But when the phone call ends, that awkward moment comes when your customer says some type of good bye, and you’re forced to utter, “Thank you for calling [...]