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Sprint new unlimited calling to pre-assigned landline number

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by xenophon, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. xenophon

    xenophon Member
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    Jan 18, 2006
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    Only $5/month for consumers...


    Overland Park, Kan. — 03/08/2006, Marking a first-of-its-kind offering from a national U.S. carrier, Sprint (NYSE:S) today announced the availability of Sprint to Home(SM) and Sprint Mobile to Office(SM). These wireless service features allow customers to make or receive unlimited voice calls between their Sprint wireless phone and a pre-designated ten-digit home or office number while on the Nationwide Sprint PCS Network or National Nextel Network, regardless of their wireline carrier, without deducting minutes from their wireless service plans.

    "Sprint is the only national carrier to offer its customers the unique convergence and flexible features found in Sprint to Home and Sprint Mobile to Office," said Tony Krueck, vice president, product development and management, for Sprint. "With these options, busy families and mobile professionals alike can experience a new level of convenience and affordability with their communications."
  2. djjim

    djjim Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Sep 14, 2005
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    Charlotte, NC
    My Phone:
    LG VX8370 Clout
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Verizon (Old:Alltel, Nextel, At&t, USCC, Cricket)
    I get that for free now but I guess I am not with what's considered a "National Provider" even though Alltel covers more area than anyone else. We are also getting any 5 numbers unlimited for 5 bucks soon. This Sprint deal is a rip off.

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