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  1. #141  
    I wrote a similar message a couple of days ago. I had a CS rep treat me like garbage & that has sealed the deal. Now, I just wait until the Pre3 or whatever it will be...shows up on another carrier.

    In short, here's a summary of my experience:

    I sent an inquiry about webOS, asked if there was any hope for it on Sprint, that we wouldn't upgrade until/if there was...that I didn't want any other hardware pushed on us, etc. Very clear, very detailed.

    First response I got was someone stating we'll forward this to a CS Specialist that has more experience with this & they'll get back to me in 24 hours. Well, after 5 business days, they got back to me, with a FORM letter that made no mention of anything in our email. Only a link to the premier options & an ad for a suggested Android upgrade.

    Then, just now (7/13), I get a follow up saying "2nd Attempt, we have not received a response...blah blah blah...". They will close the case, so I wrote back, and it was far from cordial this time around.

    My wife and I have been Sprint customers since they carried GTE branding (early 90s or something). We are also both webOS fanatics. We have sold a large number of friends & family on the OS, and many more on Sprint. To be treated like complete trash was a huge slap in the face.

    Sprint, you're dead to me.
  2. #142  
    Quick follow up. The response I just got back, with complete disregard to any questions I asked, regardless if it was directly about webOS or not:

    From: ----, ----- [CK] <-----.----@sprint.com>
    Date: Jul 13, 2011 10:11 AM
    Subject: RE: FW: Care #--------- (Equipment - Upgrade/New Handset)/ case -------- (KM---------)

    Release of propriety information is privileged. Sprint has policies and practices for the communication of new product information. The link provided complies with device manufacture’s and Sprint’s information release policies.

    Any information obtained outside of an official Sprint communication is only speculation. The link below provides you with fastest, surest way to information on new product releases.

    ----- ----
    Account Services Specialist
  3. #143  
    Quote Originally Posted by steffej3 View Post
    Quick follow up. The response I just got back, with complete disregard to any questions I asked, regardless if it was directly about webOS or not:

    From: ----, ----- [CK] <-----.----@sprint.com>
    Date: Jul 13, 2011 10:11 AM
    Subject: RE: FW: Care #--------- (Equipment - Upgrade/New Handset)/ case -------- (KM---------)

    Release of propriety information is privileged. Sprint has policies and practices for the communication of new product information. The link provided complies with device manufacture’s and Sprint’s information release policies.

    Any information obtained outside of an official Sprint communication is only speculation. The link below provides you with fastest, surest way to information on new product releases.

    ----- ----
    Account Services Specialist
    Sounds like "Sit down, shut up and buy this pretty Android phone. We know what is best for you, trust us, you'll like it (because you have no other choice on Sprint)."
  4. #144  
    My final straw was last night. I guess this has been going on since at least April, but I haven't been getting my nightly progressive news fix, and haven't been participating in their text surveys. The Ed Show usually has a nightly text poll. You text A or B to vote in their surveys. Last night when I tried, I got a text back "This service is not available to Sprint/Nextel subscribers; please call Sprint Nextel support (1-888-211-4727) for more information." I didn't call, I looked on the web instead, apparently, even though I have an unlimited text plan, one that I don't use often (and am still PO'd over having to be upgraded to when changing from treo to pre because pre required premium data, and then having an additional 10 dollar prem fee on top of that when reactivating my treo on a plan that was ALREADY supposed to have prem data fees included from getting the pre), Sprint charges MSNBC to receive and reply to our texts, so they stopped accepting them. I have to vote on line, which luckily I could do on my phone, as my back is out and I didn't want to have to get up to use the pc. I'm ready to go.
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    #145  
    Quote Originally Posted by steffej3 View Post
    Quick follow up. The response I just got back, with complete disregard to any questions I asked, regardless if it was directly about webOS or not:

    From: ----, ----- [CK] <-----.----@sprint.com>
    Date: Jul 13, 2011 10:11 AM
    Subject: RE: FW: Care #--------- (Equipment - Upgrade/New Handset)/ case -------- (KM---------)

    Release of propriety information is privileged. Sprint has policies and practices for the communication of new product information. The link provided complies with device manufacture’s and Sprint’s information release policies.

    Any information obtained outside of an official Sprint communication is only speculation. The link below provides you with fastest, surest way to information on new product releases.

    ----- ----
    Account Services Specialist
    You need to escalate this to dan@sprint.com. The regular channels are going to get you the lowest level reps regurgitating the same information while providing no upward visibility as to your request. E-mailing dan@sprint.com will get you a higher level rep regurgitating something that sounds nicer while also providing data to marketing and senior management.
  6. #146  
    Quote Originally Posted by blackfireball5 View Post
    "I wanted to inform you that I am now finalizing plans to drop my account with sprint and switch to verizon. This change is fairly upsetting to me because I love sprints service and prices. But I WILL NOT stay with a company that hooks me on a device (Palm Pre) and has NO PLANS to offer an upgrade path within that same devices OS. (HP Pre3) WebOS is my passion and while the original Palm Pre may have been a poor launch for Sprint, you still have an obligation to those customers that wish to stay within the OS ecosystem that they are vested in.*

    It saddens me that I will be leaving but I found a way to join a friends family plan on verizon that will be even cheaper than my current individual sprint plan even with my 23% discount.*

    If Sprint carries a webOS phone in the future I may come back, but after the way Sprint has treated me and disregarded my pleas for an upgrade path (Palm Pre Plus, Palm Pre 2, HP Veer, and now HP Pre3) it is unlikely that I will come back.

    Sincerely,

    ************

    -- Sent from my HP TouchPad"


    may not matter, but i figure after enough of these they'll get the hint.

    Good email but the problem, as I see it, is that for every one of these type of messeges Sprint has gotten, they have 10,000 emails asking Sprint to carry the I-Phone

    I also would point out that not carrying the webos phones is not ALL Sprint's fault. Sure they have the final say, but its up to HP to make the deal sweet enough for them to bite. With HP focusing on the so-called "enterprise" market (which is not Sprint's strong suit) they probably have not bothered to try to give the incentives Sprint would want in order to carry a phone which, for them, has a lot of negative baggage.

    As I have said before, its like saying an attorney chooses to represent someone and can decline if they want. That's true, but show up with a suitcase full of cash and see how many turn you down!
  7. #147  
    Quote Originally Posted by midmofan View Post
    Good email but the problem, as I see it, is that for every one of these type of messeges Sprint has gotten, they have 10,000 emails asking Sprint to carry the I-Phone
    I'm not sure if it was mentioned earlier in this thread or another Sprint thread but a CSR person said that customer inquiries for the Pre 3 was much more than the iphone. Could be BS but that's a weird thing to say.
  8. #148  
    Quote Originally Posted by nhavar View Post
    You need to escalate this to dan@sprint.com. The regular channels are going to get you the lowest level reps regurgitating the same information while providing no upward visibility as to your request. E-mailing dan@sprint.com will get you a higher level rep regurgitating something that sounds nicer while also providing data to marketing and senior management.
    Doing so, now. Oh, and I'll be sending it from my TouchPad.....

    Dan,

    Please see the thread below, with an emphasis on my original message. Rather than receive a cordial response indicating what can & can't be discussed & if there is any webOS potential with Sprint, I received form responses and then a follow up as if I was somehow the holdup on closing the CS case. All the while, my message & questions were completely ignored.

    As a family that has had an account for well over a decade, this is simply a horrible way to have your reps treat loyal customers. I did not voice any frustration prior to the canned response, but as you can see, I am becoming very upset with this lack of service.

    With that in mind, we are very likely to take our business elsewhere, regardless now of the future of webOS on Sprint. I am not going to pin this on one CS rep, so I would be interested in your response & outlook. My wife and I have become huge fans of webOS, and will be making our carrier decision very soon. Sprint without webOS is not a service we care to support.

    Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.

    Regards,

    ---------

    Sent from my webOS HP TouchPad
    Last edited by steffej3; 07/13/2011 at 10:28 AM. Reason: Added my message to Dan@sprint.com
  9. #149  
    Quote Originally Posted by Sukiyaki View Post
    Sprint charges MSNBC to receive and reply to our texts, so they stopped accepting them. I have to vote on line, which luckily I could do on my phone, as my back is out and I didn't want to have to get up to use the pc. I'm ready to go.
    I forgot about that, another reason I am happy we switched. Loving ATT so far and WebOS 2.0.


    Quote Originally Posted by midmofan View Post
    I also would point out that not carrying the webos phones is not ALL Sprint's fault. Sure they have the final say, but its up to HP to make the deal sweet enough for them to bite. With HP focusing on the so-called "enterprise" market (which is not Sprint's strong suit) they probably have not bothered to try to give the incentives Sprint would want in order to carry a phone which, for them, has a lot of negative baggage.

    As I have said before, its like saying an attorney chooses to represent someone and can decline if they want. That's true, but show up with a suitcase full of cash and see how many turn you down!
    Couple things here, first it's not HP's "job" to give Sprint a deal 10 times better than their other carrier partners.

    Now your enterprise comment make me laugh, my ex-employer used Sprint exclusively (national retail), I know Brinks home security (before it was purchased at least) was using Sprint for data (and I would assume cell service).

    Now regardless of HP's stated focus on enterprise, we have only so far seen HP putting devices in the consumer space (with ATT in the US, other than the Pre2 on VZW).

    Now here is the real problem, Sprint doesn't *need* to carry a WebOS device, they know how many subscribers they have lost, and how many subscribers have switched from PalmOS and WebOS to Android/WP7/etc. Clearly the numbers show Sprint they are not losing enough to care, this does not make it HP's job to give the phones to Sprint so they can lock subscribers into 2 year contracts.
    I love physical keyboards... but there is two devices that would make me consider a slab, one is something running a full version of Open webOS. The other is an iPhone!!!! HA HA just kidding (about the iPhone that is)...
  10. #150  
    Quote Originally Posted by OldSkoolVWLover View Post
    I forgot about that, another reason I am happy we switched. Loving ATT so far and WebOS 2.0.




    Couple things here, first it's not HP's "job" to give Sprint a deal 10 times better than their other carrier partners.

    Now your enterprise comment make me laugh, my ex-employer used Sprint exclusively (national retail), I know Brinks home security (before it was purchased at least) was using Sprint for data (and I would assume cell service).

    Now regardless of HP's stated focus on enterprise, we have only so far seen HP putting devices in the consumer space (with ATT in the US, other than the Pre2 on VZW).

    Now here is the real problem, Sprint doesn't *need* to carry a WebOS device, they know how many subscribers they have lost, and how many subscribers have switched from PalmOS and WebOS to Android/WP7/etc. Clearly the numbers show Sprint they are not losing enough to care, this does not make it HP's job to give the phones to Sprint so they can lock subscribers into 2 year contracts.

    Nope, sure not HP's "job" but it does happen all the time; exclusive deals, subsidies, carrier-paid-for-advertising, $$ per phone sold, all IF the manufacturer wants to get their device on a specific carrier. HP has decided not to do this. Fine that's their call, but its understandable that Sprint, which probably doesn't see a NEED for the pre, to pass on it without some incentives.

    As for the "enterprise" (goodness I hate that term) no doubt some companies use Sprint (we do, but we are a very small firm -- they are fine so long as none of your employees will ever leave a large city or get off of the interstate), and they also picked up some from Nextel, but Sprint's business customers pale in comparason to ATT and Verizon and, until the EVO came along, they were bleeding customer base.

    IF HP is really going after the business market with the Pre (depends which press release/interview you believe this week), then Sprint would certainly not be on the top of the list of carriers HP would be concerned about and certainly not one that they would think they need to bribe with a sweetheart deal.

    So, it IS HP's job to try to repair the situation with Sprint, IF they want Sprint to carry the phone. If they don't care if Sprint has it or not, then that's that.
  11. #151  
    Quote Originally Posted by Superjudge View Post
    I'm not sure if it was mentioned earlier in this thread or another Sprint thread but a CSR person said that customer inquiries for the Pre 3 was much more than the iphone. Could be BS but that's a weird thing to say.
    That was me.

    http://forums.precentral.net/hp-pre-...ml#post3018293
  12. #152  
    I just got off the phone with Karen at the Dan@... office. Same story, different day. At least she didn't try to sell me robot phone.
  13. #153  
    Quote Originally Posted by midmofan View Post
    HP has decided not to do this. Fine that's their call, but its understandable that Sprint, which probably doesn't see a NEED for the pre, to pass on it without some incentives.

    how do u know that HP didnt try to give Sprint a deal? Your just speculating here.

    and after talking with a rep from dan's office they are definitly starting to "see a need" for the pre3.
  14. #154  
    I just sent another email to Dan@sprint.com. With news of them possibly getting the iPhone, I had to say something to them again. I have an iPod Touch which is basically all an iPhone is - a glorified iPod. I cannot on my iPod read this forum, compose email, surf the net, deal with my alarm clock & answer texts without closing the apps. On my Pre I can. I pointed out that Android, Blackberry & iOS do not have this feature. The only thing I know of that does not run WebOS & can is the Blackberry playbook. I pointed this out to them in the email & that I will not upgrade until Sprint got the Pre3 & when my contract was up, consider another service provider. I would HATE to do that as I am not sure of any other provider who would give me 2 lines with 1500 anytime, unlimited data & text, family locator & inssurance for $130 a month (my company gets 25% off), so hears to hoping the squeaky wheel gets the grease!
  15. #155  
    Just a follow up here. When I sent a message to Dan@sprint.com, I received a call immediately from the intial rep (I had copied him on the email - Derek R.). My wife, later in the evening, also received a call directly from the Dan@sprint office (from a Joan E.). Both were very frustrating calls to say the least.

    Essentially, I had enough & gave an old fashioned logic rant. In short, I said there were two questions I wanted answered, and they are really one question:

    1. Will there be a new webOS option on Sprint in August? Please answer Yes, No, or Possibly.

    2. If you can't tell me 'yes', I understand, but if a decision has been made to part with webOS and there are no negotiations, please tell me 'no' so that I can explore my options.

    Here's my frustration. Policy prohibits them from telling their customers if they are at least talking/negotiating with HP. Policy prohibits them from telling their customers if a 'no' decision has already been made.

    THIS is where I get mad. If a decision has been made that it will not be carried, how in the h*ll is it against policy to inform your customers of that decision??? That is, unless that decision hasn't been made. In which case I still don't understand the logic in simply saying, continuance of the product line is being reviewed.

    I get legal, I get competition, I get it...problem is, it is a Customer Service FUBAR when you can't simply tell a customer 'no' so they can move on. I would argue that there may be legal issues with regard to consumer protection. So now, my wife and I are likely to switch, even if Sprint ends up carrying webOS again. I said that on the phone. It was a rant, but I kept it civil & gave feedback. It was practically an exit interview. "Here's why you're losing customers."

    Anyway, I may come back and edit this to clean up my thoughts, it's still a little too fresh for me to chill out. Either way, I wanted to share my experience.

    PS - Last night, Joan tried to point us to the Pixi since it's still 'supported'. Lol. No (no offense to the Pixies out there-not the band).
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    You can email Leo Apotheker at HP as well to let him know we'd like to see a new webOS device on Sprint.

    You can email him here:
    HP Executive Team: CEO email

    I received a return call that went to voicemail that contained the following:
    Hi, this is Rick calling from HP webOS support Corporate Customer Relations and I was calling regarding the email you sent to HP CEO regarding any future devices on the Sprint network, specifically the HP Pre 3. I don't have any advanced information on that, but if you go to our website hpwebos.com, click on the Pre 3, and then click on the notify me button that will give you a new page that you can just plug in your email address and any future announcements about what devices or what carriers will be receiving those devices would be popped right into your inbox. So again, it's hpwebos.com, click on the pre 3, and click on notify me and simply enter your email address for the latest alerts. I do appreciate your feedback. Thank you so much and I will forward it along to the appropriate team and thank you for supporting HP webOS and you have a great day.
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    #157  
    Quote Originally Posted by tj0827 View Post
    Well I pushed the envelope in relationship to my job to find out what I could concerning the Pre3 HP and Palm. I went ahead and called a colleague who is an analyst covering the tech/wireless area, to try get the contact for Robert Johnson or his team to see what we could find out. Well, for compliance reasons he would not give me the info, but he asked why, which I told him what I was trying to find out about Sprint and the Pre3. So he let me know what info if any at all he could find out on the deal said he would ask around and would let me know what he could find out, off the record. FYI, We a have a close relationship I introduced him to his wife (lol) so he owes me, when in Austin they stay with us so I felt I could ask to find out what I could.

    He did that morning at that time let me know what he had heard about HP plans concerning mobile devices which were to have product launch on all three major carriers. HP was not asking for much support yet was therefore not locking themselves to any one carrier. So he initially told me he thought Sprint would get the pre3. He had heard HP would launch most phones on all three carriers. Now he also told me that corporate AT&T out of Dallas has a very close relationship to corporate HP/EDS, which can be leveraged. Therefore, if looking who would be HP closest wireless partner going forward would be AT&T. He feels HP will Partner with AT&T more to push the Enterprise side of things going forward FWIW.

    So I did talk to him late yesterday and got I guess what you would call is the off the record rumors he could piece together concerning Sprint & HP. So only take this info as a rumor/ info that could be obtained by someone with knowledge of the Mobile industry using secondary type sources is my take, I don’t know how many people he talked to but my take was it was implied more than one. He said what little he was giving me was pieces he could find concerning this, so this is his take in putting the puzzle together. This was off the record again.

    So here it is in a nutshell, HP Mobile plans with WebOS is to launch initially on all three main providers (T, VZ, S), with the Pre3, AT&T gets the Veer. FYI, word is there will be a third new phone coming this fall Hi-end consumer phone. Look for before the end of this Year to have three phones and Two Slates by HP running WebOS. This is the rumored road map. Now here seems to be a rumor concerning Sprint. Sprint wants all their new Hi-end smart Phones to be 4g (Wimax). They want Pre3 to be Wimax. HP has had no plan on their road map to make Pre3 a Wimax phone at this time, thus the impasse. For HP to make Pre 3 Wimax would delay a Sprint pre3 launch and cost money to configure and resource (human not $$$) are focused elsewhere at this time (other phones? Or TouchpAd) plus more testing etc. They have a 3G CDMA Pre3 ready to go. HP sees like they have delayed Pre3 till mid/Late August now working on other issues and also still trying to work with sprint to have a launch on all three National carriers. Sprint and HP must get this hammered out real soon if the Pre3 is coming to Sprint late this summer. Sprint must choose do they launch Pre3 as a 3G only phone on Sprint same time frame as AT&T and VZ, or do they convince HP to make a 4g Wimax Pre3 and launch in Nov. This is his take concerning the impasse between HP and Sprint with the Pre3, from what he can put together. I asked could this be a problem with other phone, he did not know if this is a problem with the other new third phone.

    HP take is the fact that they seem to have a strong belief that Wimax future is in much doubt. HP Systems works with Sprint corporate so they might have knowledge here is my take. FYI, my colleague really feels he has told me this before Sprint will be switching to a 4G LTE platform and move away from Wimax. That within 6-12 months Sprint will stop bring new Wimax phones to the system and you will see them move away from Wimax and really push a new LTE network. I do not know why they would do this but oh well.

    So either this gets worked out and Sprint takes a 3G only EDVO phone, or HP makes the Pre3 Wimax and it comes out late fall after VZ and AT&T release it, or the worst neither gives and Pre3 does not come to Sprint.

    On a side note about a month ago I was at HP Americas office in North Houston and talked to a Client and that is where I learned about the new upcoming Pre3 and Touch Pad. I was led to believe at that time that the Pre3 would be coming to all three Carriers. Also I have heard from other sources over the last few months to expect Sprint to move away from Wimax and go all in concerning LTE.
    Well a update from two weeks ago. Not looking good for Sprint. Word is Pre3 will launch last week of Aug first week of Sept on AT&T and VZ. A Chance it will be on AT&T first for a few weeks. Looks like Sprint and HP did not work things out as discussed above and thus no Sprint Pre3. I hope the info my guy got is wrong, but it is not looking good. He had no direct source from someone, just told me what he was hearing via secondary sources now.

    So if I have to leave Sprint to pick up a Pre3 who is the better carrier to move to AT&T or VZ?

    Thanks
    Last edited by tj0827; 07/16/2011 at 03:16 PM.
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    Boo. I'm starting to come to terms that I'll probably have to move to the big V...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tj0827 View Post
    Well a update from two weeks ago. Not looking good for Sprint. Word is Pre3 will launch last week of Aug first week of Sept on AT&T and VZ. A Chance it will be on AT&T first for a few weeks. Looks like Sprint and HP did not work things out as discussed above and thus no Sprint Pre3. I hope the info my guy got is wrong, but it is not looking good. He had no direct source from someone, just told me what he was hearing via secondary sources now.

    So if I have to leave Sprint to pick up a Pre3 who is the better carrier to move to AT&T or VZ?

    Thanks
    Whomever you can get a discount with. They both have tiered data now, so vz is no longer an advantage in that dept. When I compared plans before, they were similar, the only reason I'm pro VZ is because everyone I've ever talked to on an att cell sounded like crap. They have supposedly made some upgrades and I don't travel much, so I'm willing to try service and see how it sounds locally. I would like an option of having voice and data at the same time, and being able to swap a sim card to a different phone. I'm waiting to see what things look like when the phones are actually released.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pre-Phil View Post
    Sprint Board of Directors - Executive email addresses

    Daniel.R.Hesse@sprint.com - Dan Hesse - President and CEO (Yes Dan@Sprint.com is an auto responder)
    Robert.H.Brust@sprint.com - Robert Brust - Chief Financial Officer
    Keith.Cowan@sprint.com - Keith Cowan - President, Strategic Planning and Corporate Initiatives
    Paget.L.Alves@sprint.com - Paget Alves - President of Sales and Distribution
    John.A.Garcia@sprint.com - John Garcia - Acting Chief Marketing Officer
    Chris.A.Hill@sprint.com - Chris Hill - Vice President, Corporate Governance and Ethics, Corporate Secretary
    Len.Kennedy@sprint.com Len Kennedy - General Counsel
    Bob.johnson@sprint.com - Bob Johnson - Chief Service Officer
    Richard.T.C.LeFave@sprint.com - Richard LaFave - Chief Information Officer
    Sandra.J.Price@sprint.com - Sandra Price - Senior Vice President of Human Resources
    Kathryn.Walker@sprint.com - Kathryn Walker - Chief Network Officers
    barry.west@sprint.com - Barry West - Chief Technology Officer
    bill.white@sprint.com - Bill White - Senior Vice President of Corporate COmmunications"
    For the past 6 months I've been pretty ramped up about having a Pre3. I literally check the mobile PreCentral site 2-3x a day just see what the latest articles are and then, with a small amount of hope, if Sprint is finally geting off their duff and picking up the Pre3 and other WebOS toys/tools. Now it seems things are getting more dismal by the moment and that a Sprint/HP deal for Pre3 are pretty much dead in the water. I'm emailing the following letter to all the email address shared in the above post:



    Dear Sprint Executives,

    Two years ago I came on board with Palm’s WebOS system and their Palm Pre phone as offered by Sprint. For the first time I felt like I truly had a “smart” phone. After looking at dozen’s of other phones and systems I had settled on the WebOS system because it was exactly what I needed to mix my business and personal lives into a single phone that put it all together in one place.

    When Sprint didn’t pick up the Plus version or even the Pre2 I was kind of miffed. When the Pre3, Veer & TouchPad were all announced I was just certain this is what Sprint had been waiting for. But, now it turns out from everything I read that Sprint will not be bringing ANY new WebOS products to their systems.

    I never thought I’d say this having been an extremely loyal Sprint fan for well over a decade but it’s time to leave. I am going to follow the operating system that offers the very best for business and personal smart phone needs. WebOS.

    I have four phones on our plan. My personal phone’s contract was up last month. Two of our phones are up towards the end of next month. The last one belongs to our last teen and I will either dumb her contract down to next to nothing until the contract period is up (and then cancel) or figure out a way to get out from under it all together.

    The only thing that will stop me from doing this at the end of August will be a surprise announcement by Sprint that they have changed their minds and will carry the Pre3/WebOS phones. If not,… I’m gone.

    It’s quite unfortunate…. Sprint is the talk of all the WebOS and Palm Pre forums out there about how they have let all of us Pre users down.

    Even before I started using cell phones I was a Sprint user having been a “US Sprint” long distance user since at least 1986.

    In addition to leaving Sprint, now that I’m a business owner I’ll be bringing new employees onboard with company provided WebOS devices by whichever carrier will be carrying them. Not sure who it’ll be but it’s for sure not going to be Sprint.

    Sincerely,

    Steven Leuck, CSI, CDT, LEED-GA
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