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Anyone know if Sprint is on GSM or CDMA?
I travel internationally just enough to want the GSM network and the ability to easily use my phone overseas, which I can do with AT&T.
Since I started this thread, I thought I'd share my experiences with my switch from AT&T to Sprint.
I spoke with my business partner and we decided to merge our two accounts into one business account (with 7 lines) and make the jump from AT&T to Sprint. From the moment we started with setting up the business account I was impressed with how our rep went about things. Judy was professional, quick and always ready to help by answering questions or making sure that the processing our account was going smoothly.
The big day finally arrive last Tuesday and we headed over to the Sprint store to get our phones. We were getting 4 iPhones and 3 regular feature phones. There turned out to be one little catch, my iPhone wasn't going to be there since the 32GB models and higher could only be shipped directly to me. I was OK with that but then Judy got a hold of her district manager and they have a 32GB white model and if I wanted it I could have it but it would be at the store later that day. I decided to take it since I didn't care about the color and I like my instant gratification.
Transferring the numbers was pretty painless. There were no problems moving the feature phones over and most of the iPhones. However there was a problem with one of the iPhones that customer service fixed rather quickly. The best was yet to come because Sprint was offering a rebate for all number transfers ($50/feature phone and $125/smart phone) and they were also offering a buy back program for the iPhones. This meant that at the store we saved about $600 and we also will be getting a rebate of a similar amount in two months. Not to mention that we are saving $50 per month it was a real win/win. If you add in the excellent service that we got you can add an extra win for a win/win/win!
Oh yeah so far it seems that the cellular service is better with Sprint than we've had with AT&T and no dropped calls yet.
The cancellation of my AT&T service cost me only $175 but I'm coming out ahead.