Sprint PCS $50 Customer Credit and No Activation Fee Offer
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  • In a move to get new customers we often seen companies do amazing things, this is because of the fact that when they need the money they are more likely to be nicer to you as a customer
  • In fact, your services may become over used and you would want to actually get rid of customers in order to give your customers on the network the best experience they can have
  • This is because the value of any network can only be judged by the amount of customers that are on it and so if they could get you to switch at any cost then they will do what they can to get you there
  • My cousin was impressed with this and he is now considering taking their offer, this is a technique that worked well

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      In a move to get new customers we often seen companies do amazing things, this is because of the fact that when they need the money they are more likely to be nicer to you as a customer. We have not seen something like this in the wireless company world in a long time because the giants in the industry continue to grow.

      They almost all claim to have the largest network and when you have the largest network you will not likely be wiling to do anything to get more customers.

      In fact, your services may become over used and you would want to actually get rid of customers in order to give your customers on the network the best experience they can


      have.

      Someday though this thought process was bound to change and when Sprint got some new people in charges you could see that changes were on the way and that they would find ways to attract new customers and to keep old customers.

      But also, a way that they could get customers to switch from their provider and switch to finding a new and happy home over at Sprint.

      This is because the value of any network can only be judged by the amount of customers that are on it and so if they could get you to switch at any cost then they will do what they can to get you there.

      If you want to know why the reason is simple, if you switch ...


      • and your father is what another company he may switch, if he switches then someone else may switch in order to stay with him and he able to talk to him free of charge and so by attracting you they have found an all new customer based which they would have otherwise been missing with their marketing and other approaches.

        So, they have decided that the best way to get a new customer to switch over to Sprint from another company is to show them the money literally.

        They say that the most common reason a person does not want to switch is because of the attached cancellation fee with the previous company.

        Also, the fact that the new company will change an initial activation fee

        means that people would rather stay in their contracts.

        Well, Sprint has gotten rid of all of that by using a chat message box on their website that will pop up on the page when users are looking at phones.

        It will be a real Sprint representative that will offer the customer a $ 50 discount off of service in addition to waiving the activation fees for as many phones as you need on your account.

        This is done so that the burden of paying their former company is taken away and the customer feels as if Sprint really wants them because there is no activation fee.

        My cousin was impressed with this and he is now considering taking their offer, this is a technique that worked well.




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