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Sprint and new website design


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Interesting to find that Sprint.com has a new design and layout, not sure about it but its nice to see something new, now they just need to make a change with the outdated coverage map. 

 

Everything is on the left to navigate (thats the part I am not sure about), but other then that hope to see more changes soon :)

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Still not seeing it and cleared cache on two devices to make sure at first and nothing.

 

On your laptop? That's where the site pops up. On my phone, the new site pops up only if I put in the direct link.

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One thing I am hoping for is on the side menu; instead of having to click on a specific item to get the sub-menu, I would like to see it popup if you just hover over it. Also, having an auto-hide feature to hide it after a few seconds of inactive use. Otherwise, I like to redesign.

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One thing I am hoping for is on the side menu; instead of having to click on a specific item to get the sub-menu, I would like to see it popup if you just hover over it. Also, having an auto-hide feature to hide it after a few seconds of inactive use. Otherwise, I like to redesign.

I like the redesign too, like I said its nice to see something change, now they need to get a better coverage map, its way out dated in my opinion.

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I used that browser because I was on an older computer at the time, other then that I use firefox (works good for me at least)

Got to give people crap about it. Hehe

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Got to give people crap about it. Hehe

LOL, its fine I dont mind plus I hate using it, forced to at work no other option (they wont let us download anything else, but they will soon have to now that its finally going away pretty much and will not be supported soon I think). 

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LOL, its fine I dont mind plus I hate using it, forced to at work no other option (they wont let us download anything else, but they will soon have to now that its finally going away pretty much and will not be supported soon I think). 

Same here, we still have XP on our Delta computers along with IE 8, yet the computers were made for Windows 7. >.<

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Same here, we still have XP on our Delta computers along with IE 8, yet the computers were made for Windows 7. >.<

We are getting new computers, so it hopefully will be better, other thing I hate is they are running off DSL (4 down and .0500 up and yes its def. .0500 they cant get it even close to 1 up I think once it got up to half a meg .500) LOL, DSL is OK but they could get better speeds if they went with someone else and it wouldnt be DSL LOL. For me DSL should be chosen if thats the only option you have (minus sat. way too expansive for the little GBs you can choose from). The place I work at they just cant get it past them that just because phones are good through the phone company doesnt mean the Internet will be too, they can keep the phones with the phone company and get a different provider for Internet but try telling that to them and the answer they would give me would be silent LOL

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I have a feeling we will see it soon. With Marcelo's tweet on having better customer service and stuff, updating the rest of the site (aka) coverage map will be Soontm. I am guessing we will see it within the next week. 

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Tmobile's new coverage map with user generated data was pure genius. Sprint needs to follow suit

No they don't. Sprint doesn't need even more terrible maps.

 

The last tmobile coverage map was far superior.

 

Sent from my Nexus 5

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No they don't. Sprint doesn't need even more terrible maps.

 

The last tmobile coverage map was far superior.

 

Sent from my Nexus 5

Agreed.  The last one was far more accurate in coverage details.  Now they've just shaded everything pink and called it a day.

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