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About sexpanther

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  1. man, would love to see someone pick this back up and update it. Even adding a carrier aggregation column would be cool.
  2. I'm sure that's wrong. I'm also sure they've prob never heard of it and know nothing about it.
  3. Nothing to do with wifi. (I am curious if it still works when you are using the Wifi calling feature though). It pulls the info from the CNAP Directory..google it, that's what I know.
  4. Agreed. It would be nice. You must be overpaying with Sprint if you talking about it. Sprint has some good plans.
  5. Nice. I'm getting this tomorrow. New Sprint feature. Premium Caller ID shows the name and number of the caller when they are calling you from landline, IP, or cell phone. $2.99/month That's a first! S3/S4/S5/Note4 4s/5/5c/5s/6/6+ compatible right now.
  6. Sprint iPhone 5c and 5s using iOS 8 also to get wifi calling.
  7. Don't know if this has been said yet(tried to search first) -- iPhone 6/6+ Sprint Wifi Calling update targeted no later than early 2015.
  8. I wonder if Tmobile has gone to one pricing model for both their consumer and business customers. I've found pricing on Sprint if you get set up as a business account is much better than what I had on Framily and prev UnlMyWay. For $30 I get 2GB data, hotspot, direct connect (I don't really use it). The data pools together - I have 3 phones so 6GB. And then I added a tablet for $10 and it just shares in the data pool. I recently got the new LivePro hotspot/projector. That's $35/month and adds I think another 3GB..so I actually have about 9GB total. I like the idea of pooling between all my devices. I think I lucked out too b/c they offered double the data on the phones than normal. I'm glad I got in on that before it ended otherwise I'd only have about 6GB to play with. If I need more data, there is a 4GB and Unl data option on the phones I was told.
  9. I'm curious to see if they'll open up the discounts to folks choosing BYOD and not only Easy Pay as it is currently stated. and if you're existing Sprint, and out of contract, creative ways exist to make you a new Sprint customer.
  10. Just a guess, but I'm guessing they will cave and make it available for existing as well. It is total BS as it stands right now. Definitely not 'uncarrier'. Hopefully Marcello's team keeps their ears to the ground right away on this and can react quickly.
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