Sprint's new tiered pre-paid wireless plans start at $35 per month

By Shawn Knight
Sep 16, 2014
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  1. After taking over the helm at Sprint last month, billionaire entrepreneur Marcelo Claure has been working at a feverish pace to try and "stop the bleeding" as rival T-Mobile chief John Legere recently put it.

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  2. Too bad I'm leaving sprint after 15 years because the "new" network keeps dropping my calls and delivering my emails late. Also for the last 3 months, Sprint was adding lines to my family account every week. The thing is, I wasn't adding them! I didn't know who these people were. They still haven't been able to fix the issue as they keep trying to charge $500 every month for another phone and line they keep adding to my account! Cheap service for cheap service. I guess you get what you pay for. Allocating more of my paycheck to Verizon.
  3. MarksCComputers

    MarksCComputers TS Rookie

    I've been irritated with sprint the too. I've been a customer since MCI. I recently broke my IPhone and needed a quick replacement until I had a chance to fix it. They had different prices online, on the phone, and in the store. The sales department was out and wasn't allowed to get the refurb 4s I wanted from the online or business sales inventory. They also couldn't charge the $49 to my bill even though they were going to issue a $49 rebate in 4-6 weeks. I pointed out that they had done that for me for 17 years. Apparently they just can't now. I ended up getting the phone at Best Buy for $1 new and they gave me a $50 gift card. I got paid $49 instead of paying! It is sad that a non sprint employee could do so much better than any of the sprint sales departments. Their network is still the best in my area though.

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