Sprint Success

No one could more critical of Sprint than I have been these past months. I must say that the company’s new TV ads are compelling and I am impressed with the new business model of pushing the $99 all you can eat plan and having the company’s new CEO pushing it works. I also like the black and white ads the company has been running.

Let’s see now if customers resonate with this idea as well.

  • Nadim
    March 31, 2008 at 10:59 pm

    Despite the “horror” stories roaming around the net about Sprint’s customer service, and the fact I endured a “5-hour doze” of the same bitter medicine myself while activating my new service, I still went ahead and switched from my 3-yr long, GSM carrier and ported my mobile business line for one simple reason:
    The plan made a whole lot of cents!
    Not only Sprint’s TV ads add new spice to their campaign of customer seduction, the printed one s are not bad either. Take for example the full-page ad in Forbes for Sprint’s Motorola Q9c smart phone: “Less time with your mouse, more time with you spouse”. It is been a bout 3 weeks since I made the switch… So for, so good.

  • Mike
    April 1, 2008 at 7:39 am

    The new ads by sprint are very impressive and the new plans also are impressive.Looks like the new CEO is working very hard to get it back to its reputation.

  • Thomas Joe
    July 9, 2008 at 11:35 pm

    Not only are the adds, new phones, and new plans impressive and made to appeal to and meet customer needs but they are making improvements in the call centers… I was actually treated with courtesy and repect and recieved a welcome call to confirm my plan was set up correctly and selected to meet my calling needs.

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