Sprint’s Service Gets Poached At CTIA Show Sprint PCS customers and the company's chief operating officer discovered they could not send or receive calls at the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association Show this week in Orlando, FL, Reuters (3/20) reported. Sprint PCS said on Wednesday it found at least two companies with exhibits at the largest industry show of the year that were inadvertently infringing on its wireless spectrum and preventing customers from using their cell telephones. "It seems like Sprint was the victim of spectrum snatching," Dan Wilinsky, spokesman for Sprint PCS told Reuters. "Networks understand what happens when 30,000 people show up with phones," said Industry Analyst Andrew Seybold. Seybold said other wireless operators appeared to have few problems at the conference. "From every report I got, Verizon Wireless outdid themselves," he said.