Sprint is a leader in introducing innovative products and services, running our business in a sustainable way and looking out for the interests of consumers. Our executives, experts and others will share information here about lessons we have learned and issues that are important to us.
Here at Sprint, we are proud to serve the best customers in the business! We’re so grateful for their support and loyalty, and we’re always looking for ways to show our appreciation in the communities we serve. In fact, as part of our #SprintSaysThanks initiative, our retail stores across the South Central region – and across the country - host events each month with exciting in-store promotions for customers. Our next Sprint Says Thanks event is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19th.
Sprint has a long history of supporting military veterans and their families. It's why Sprint has received numerous accolades for supporting military veterans and their families, including being named a “Top 50 Military-Friendly Employer” by G.I. Jobs magazine and recognized as a Most Valuable Employer for Military by CivilianJobs.com.
We live in a globalized, connected world that is changing rapidly in every way. From new technologies to messages and marketing tactics, businesses are becoming more and more astute in how to engage and communicate with people who come from all walks of life. Globalization is opening doors to new markets and expanded services, and businesses must be able to adapt to meet the needs of a changing landscape.
Disasters hit when we least expect them, and you can never be too prepared. In addition to having an emergency preparedness plan, it is important to have the right technology, accessories and apps to stay informed and connected in the wake of a disaster.
Network reliability alone is not enough to maintain customer loyalty. Just ask Paul Marcarelli. The guy who used to ask if you could hear him on Verizon made the switch to Sprint. As Paul said, “It’s 2016 and every network is great.” However, cost, it turns out, is something that also mattered to Paul.
Today’s report covering the first half of 2016 validates what we already knew – that Sprint continues to make strong improvement, despite being significantly outspent by the competition. We’re proud of the progress we’re making and we clearly see the benefits of our 2.5 GHz deployment.
This week we’re speaking with our team about the next phase of our transformation, including how we will manage our network with Ericsson.
PC Magazine has released its annual Fastest Mobile Networks report testing the speeds of all four carriers in 30 cities, and according to veteran wireless industry journalist Sascha Segan, “this year’s story is that Sprint is finally back.”
Sprint is the first U.S. carrier to demonstrate elements of 5G at a large-scale public event such as Copa América Centenario.
It’s Oscar night! Are you ready for your Oscar party? In the “old days” (pre-Twitter) watching the Academy Awards meant gathering with some friends around a TV and watching the show.