Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Legend Zero, Apr 1, 2008.
why didn't you do it in January like everyone else?
cause i am retarded, and recently acquired a iphone, so i'm trying to figure out a way to get out of spring by paying the least.
keep it around, lots of people are having probs with their iphones. I tried at&t and they were crap.
what do you mean?
i would be able to hack it and get on the tmobil plan hopefully, for very cheap..
tmobile is worse than att.
Switch to paperless billing.
Switch your home address to somewhere with no Sprint service.
Call up and explain the problem.
hm. okay, i will try this. thank you.
i'm not sure what i should do, i mean i live in chicago, so either service isn't really that bad because well, its a major city, but i don't know.
I've heard of people passing the plan to a different person.
email [email protected]
Last time I checked that voids the contract.
Yeah, I've heard that too... have someone call in and say that you've passed..
That site lets you switch with other people, never done it... but I've heard it works.
It all depends on the area.
Their customer service is really good, though.
People always say this but how often do you talk to customer service? If your account is set up correctly and the service itself is legit, why would you even need to talk to customer service?
i laugh every time a fucktard brings that up... as if it's some substitute for a shitty product/network.
I care more about the phone connecting my call, having good call clarity, fast data, etc, than if the CSR was "nice".
The service is good in some areas, most major metros. It sucks out in the sticks, generally.
When I say their CS is good, I mean you can get anything out of them, much more easily than Sprint. If I'm mid contract and I want a new phone, many times their rep can get you to someone that will get you a deal on whatever you want. If you want extra text messages, or extra minutes for free, you just have to call up and sweet-talk them. Little things like that.
With Sprint, on the other hand, when you do have an issue, it takes quite some time out of your day to get it resolved. And said issues happen all the damn time. Billing issues, equipment "not being registered on the network" issues, shit like that. And it's not just me. There's a reason they lost 750k customers in q4 last year, and that's partly because of the shitty CS.
And, for the record, I've had less dropped calls with T-Mobile since 2002 than with Sprint since last July. That could be due to my AIDS-infested WM6 phone, though
Having said all that, SERO ftw.