i recently sent an email to sprint in reguards to the pre 2 device being carried on Srint network and this is what a rep had to say to me.
"Dear Ivan Sharmanov,
Thank you for contacting Sprint. I understand that you are not happy
with the unavailability of HP/Palm Pre 2, Web OS 2.0 devices with
Unfortunately, the Palm Pre 2 device will not be launched with Sprint.
I apologized for the inconvenience caused due to this.
I have arranged a call for you to ensure that any pending issues can be
resolved to your satisfaction. One of our representatives will call
you within the next 48 hours from Sprint toll free number (888) 211
4727. Alternatively, you can call us at 877-544-4076 and press Option 4.
The hours of operation are 9.00 AM to 8:00 PM EST, Monday through
Thank you again for contacting us."
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Original Message Follows:
Name: ivan sharmanov
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Question: Good Day,
I would like to express the level of disappointment of sprint not
having any plans to release an upcoming WebOS 2.0 device, HP/Palm pre 2.
I have been a loyal customer for a year now and do enjoy Sprint as
Carrier; stating that, I would like to add that I would be considering
switching service provider to Verizon or T-mobile, unwillingly, in
order to be able to upgrade and keep a WebOS device which is very
important to me. HP Has allot of WebOS platform devices coming out this
and next year therefore introducing allot more consumers to WebOS
market, and it would be a shame on Sprint to lose the amount of
customers (myself, including thousands of others) because Sprint does not
want to support any platforms other the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 and
Android unlike other U.S. carriers. As WebOs is becoming more and more
popular it would be a foolish decision/move not to carry the HP/Palm PRE
2. It would be highly appreciated if the corporate office would get
involved in this dilemma and get back to me with a good explanation.
Thank You for Your time