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Next step... fire Ericsson!

 

Especially as outsourced Network Management.  Bring back the good workers as Sprint employees and fund them appropriately!

 

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Especially as outsourced Network Management.  Bring back the good workers as Sprint employees and fund them appropriately!

 

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I agree it seems you can almost always see a Vzw or AT&T vehicle where ever you go at tower site or heading out some where, but I have yet to see one Sprint or T-mobile vehicle in my life!

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I agree it seems you can almost always see a Vzw or AT&T vehicle where ever you go at tower site or heading out some where, but I have yet to see one Sprint or T-mobile vehicle in my life!

 

 

Agreed.. I don't think I have ever seen a Truck or van marked with Sprint. Would be cool to see one day. 

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Agreed.. I don't think I have ever seen a Truck or van marked with Sprint. Would be cool to see one day. 

I am sure they have them though.... One thing with Sprint and this includes stores they just dont have the small "road side" stores like the big two have (they have stand alone stores not just in malls for example).  I know its costly but its proven the more your "seen" the better chance the business will succeeded.  

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I am sure they have them though.... One thing with Sprint and this includes stores they just dont have the small "road side" stores like the big two have (they have stand alone stores not just in malls for example).  I know its costly but its proven the more your "seen" the better chance the business will succeeded.  

 

There aren't really Sprint trucks.  Sprint has outsourced its network maintenance to Ericsson.  You most likely see Ericsson trucks going around to Sprint sites.

 

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I agree it seems you can almost always see a Vzw or AT&T vehicle where ever you go at tower site or heading out some where, but I have yet to see one Sprint or T-mobile vehicle in my life!

I've seen one work van with T-Mobile logos ways back during the Catherine Zeta Jones days. Never seen a Sprint vehicle, but I have seen a Clearwire one.

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There aren't really Sprint trucks. Sprint has outsourced its network maintenance to Ericsson. You most likely see Ericsson trucks going around to Sprint sites.

 

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I have seen a truck marked with Sprint. It was last summer on the interstate.
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I have seen a truck marked with Sprint. It was last summer on the interstate.

 

Very uncommon.  As it would have to be a Sprint employee outside of their network management.  Not many Sprint logo'd fleet vehicles out there.

 

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Very uncommon. As it would have to be a Sprint employee outside of their network management. Not many Sprint logo'd fleet vehicles out there.

 

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I haven't seen another. I remember thinking that's weird.
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Very uncommon.  As it would have to be a Sprint employee outside of their network management.  Not many Sprint logo'd fleet vehicles out there.

 

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I've seen them!

 

(may or may not have been stalking the Sprint campus at the time....)  :ninja:

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I guess Son is not going to sit quietly as a team tells him "we cant do this any faster because...". New Sprint!! Cant wait to hear what he has in store for the public event next week.

 

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Very uncommon. As it would have to be a Sprint employee outside of their network management. Not many Sprint logo'd fleet vehicles out there.

 

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May not be trucks, but all district managers, Indirect account executives, and Store IT people drive gray sprint ford SUVs with sprint logos.

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May not be trucks, but all district managers, Indirect account executives, and Store IT people drive gray sprint ford SUVs with sprint logos.

Think the one I seen was white if memory serves right.
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