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Sprint reports Q1 2012 results: iPhone


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I read this earlier and honestly this news is a lot better than what many people were thinking it was going to be, including myself. If network vision really turns out to be the next best thing since slice bread then sprint will be in the drivers seat. I really hope they can pull this off.

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I read this earlier and honestly this news is a lot better than what many people were thinking it was going to be, including myself. If network vision really turns out to be the next best thing since slice bread then sprint will be in the drivers seat. I really hope they can pull this off.

 

Yeah, hearing the press release, they seem like they got everything planned out pretty well. We will see how well it goes from June all the way to 2014

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They said 40% of those iPhone customers were new to Sprint. That's great news... If Sprint can get the network tip-top they should be able to hammer AT&T and VZW in advertising over the unlimited data issue and steal a lot of customers.

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They said 40% of those iPhone customers were new to Sprint. That's great news... If Sprint can get the network tip-top they should be able to hammer AT&T and VZW in advertising over the unlimited data issue and steal a lot of customers.

 

Very True, but we will see! Sprint still has a long way to go.

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What we need are more quarters like this...all the pain points are identified, and the fix actions are being created.

 

By mid 2013 I think Sprint will be in a great position, just need to get done with 2012.

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