6 responses to “Sprint Takes Another Hammering: Loss Grows and Customers Leave”

  1. EJ

    Do I even consider re-signing with Sprint when my contract ends in July? Feels like I’d be renewing Montreal Expos season tickets.

    Starting to wonder if this company will exist a year from now.

  2. Fahad Khan

    You never know. AT&T and Verizon have great phones with really good service. Something that, in my opinion, Sprint lacks currently. I guess we’ll see what happens…

  3. Mark

    Of course you re-sign with Sprint. The customer service problems have improved, they are on a fast network and soon to be faster (Wimax), and are about to have the best handsets (Instict).

  4. Fahad Khan

    Hopefully, I dont want a major competitor for AT&T and Verizon to go ‘away’ ! Let’s see.

  5. koolguy2u

    Yeah I would agree wit Mark, after all,
    Sprint has already invested in more handsets like the Blackberry Bold aka The 9000 & other models as well. Besides, it would be a shame to see all of that money invested thrown down the drain for nothing.

  6. Scott

    They wont go away, sprint has 50 million customers.

    What will happen worse case is another carrier will buy sprint and we will be grandfathered in. just like nextel/sprint

    i personally dont think it would be the end of the world if t-mobile bought us.

    Sprint has awesome network. very fast. and the sero plans rock.

    No other carrier comes close.
    and i hate att and verizon