Sprint Removes Video Streaming Limits in Response to Customer Feedback
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), June 30, 2015 - This morning we proudly announced All-In Wireless, the wireless industry’s first-ever “All-In” pricing plan. At Sprint, we are committed to making wireless simpler, clearer and more straightforward for consumers.
Some consumers raised concerns about a 600 kbps limitation – and we are acting immediately to address these concerns.
“At Sprint, we strive to provide customers a great experience when using our network,” said Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure. “We heard you loud and clear, and we are removing the 600 kbps limitation on streaming video.”
“During certain times, like other wireless carriers, we might have to manage the network in order to reduce congestion and provide a better customer experience for the majority of our customers.”
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