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  1. I've had HD voice when using wifi calling to talk to other Sprint users for at least a couple of months now. I just figured that it was one of those little things that Sprint enabled for everybody with little fanfare. It's a bit inconsistent for me though. Most times it works, other times it doesn't even when calling the same number.
  2. That would be nice indeed, but I think efforts towards that end were scrapped a while ago.
  3. IIRC the general consensus from people who live in the area or have travelled through their territory is that they're quite horrible.
  4. Marcelo says that you can connect back to your friends and family back in the United States without worrying about your bill so that leads me to believe that calling back home is included. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  5. Sprint Tops the Podium at the 2018 Winter Games for the Best FREE High-Speed Data Option
  6. Galaxy Note 8 rumors, specs, thoughts, etc

    Software update. December security patch. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  7. I think it would be better to announce those initiatives on their own after they've been completed or at least started and without referencing any hot button issues. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  8. Again, that's great, but like I previously stated, I just think it'd be better to do it first and then tout the accomplishments afterwards. I'm sure that his intentions were good, but it came off as favoring one side of a heated political issue. I don't think that's a good idea in Marcelo's position. I'm sure that they don't, but if you go back to my original post on this matter you will see that I was specifically talking about social media. Most customers aren't paying attention to Marcelo speaking on earnings calls and Sprint company letters. Most customers and potential customers are probably on social media though. Moreover, Sprint isn't Apple simply put. The Apple machine is nigh unstoppable at this point so their CEO can afford to be a bit more vocal on some topics. Sprint, not so much.
  9. There's a lot of "ifs" in there, plus you're strawmanning here. I never claimed that *if* any or all of those things come to pass that it would be a bad thing for anyone. I'll reiterate my point: I don't think that it's a good idea for Marcelo to be on Twitter lauding the outcome of a politically divisive vote. If he's going to do all of the wonderful things that are being claimed then great. Do it first and then tout your accomplishments afterwards. Entitled to? Sure. Whether it's a good idea is debatable. I just think that if you're the CEO of a company whose customers and potential customers are all over the political spectrum then it would probably be best to appear politically neutral on a public space such as Twitter. I simply don't see the benefit in possibly alienating past, present or future customers. BTW I just checked Tim Cook's Twitter feed and I didn't notice anything about the tax bill on there... Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  10. I never said otherwise although your assertion is not entirely accurate, but that's an altogether different discussion. Key word is "companies". If something needed to be said then I feel that it would have been best for Sprint to have said it via a press release instead of Marcelo. Honestly, I think the vehement backlash that he's receiving is answer enough. Sprint doesn't have the cache of an Apple, Exxon, Walmart or a Berkshire Hathaway so in my opinion it's probably not a good idea for it's CEO to invite unnecessary criticism by lauding the outcome of a rather unpopular political vote. I don't see the benefit of Marcelo's tweet in this instance. I think, if anything, Sprint probably should've given a response similar to Amazon's from the article that you linked and left it at that. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  11. Those comments on that tweet are brutal. Someone on Sprint's social media team should help Marcelo navigate landmines like this. Racism is a perfectly acceptable and safe thing to denounce. A partisan issue like the tax bill is clearly emotionally charged and it probably would've been best for him not to comment publicly on it one way or the other. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  12. T-Mobile LTE & Network Discussion V2

    T-Mobile acquires Layer3 TV
  13. Before even clicking on the link I knew that it had to be Legere's boy, Roger Cheng and sure enough...
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