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Sprinting to the Finish Line

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

A month from today will be my last day at Sprint. I’m looking forward to my “retirement” from corporate life and the opportunity to pursue some things I’ve been passionate about, but had lacked the time to pursue. I’m excited to see where God will take me next. I’m also looking forward to having more freedom to write for this blog, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, I wanted to let y’all know that my departure from Sprint will mean two changes that you might want to pay attention to. Through this blog (and through e-mails to my Sprint address shared here –, I’ve been able to get many people the help they need to resolve issues with their Sprint service. Unfortunately, that will come to an end when I’m no longer an “insider.” Also, through this blog, literally thousands of people (probably tens of thousands) have been able to take advantage of the Everything Plus (and before that SERO) discounts. I’ve literally had people stop me at conferences to thank me for making their service affordable. These days, with Sprint’s aggressive retail offers, the Everything Plus discount is much less compelling than it has been, but if you’re still interested, don’t wait too long to use my credentials at ( 383).

Stay tuned. I’ll be back in October.

In Case You Hadn’t Heard… the Port In Credit is Back

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

This isn’t exactly new news, but the

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port-in credit is back for folks porting a line from one of Sprint’s competitors. It’s $125 for a smartphone and $50 for a non-smartphone. The offer is only good until June 23, so don’t delay.

More details are here.

Anyone want $125?

Friday, February 11th, 2011

This morning, Darrin asked about a new port-in credit available for customers coming to Sprint from other carriers. I wasn’t familiar with the offer, so I checked it out and asked his specific question of our marketing folks.

It looks like a sweet deal. (Especially combined with Everything Plus.)

If you’ve been thinking about giving Sprint a try, now might be the perfect time! If you’ve had a bad experience with us in the past, we are a changed company, as Vocalabs and J.D. Power can attest.

Welcome to Sprint!

Finally – A Solution

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

The employee accounts team has worked through all the complexities for folks who once were SERO but mysteriously were changed to non-SERO accounts with the same pricing and features. It appears that most folks who went through this switch were part of employee discount plans that are incompatible with SERO, since SERO is so low-priced that additional discounts aren’t supposed to be applied.

The employee accounts team has put in place a mechanism to quickly verify if someone used to be SERO and were automatically switched to non-SERO (in other words, don’t bother trying if you’ve never been SERO or if your account was switched to Everything Plus so that you could get an iconic device). If you’re in this camp (automatically switched), and you want to upgrade to SERO Premium, and you’re willing to give up any discounts you have on your SERO line, then follow these steps:

Let me know if you have any

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