Sprint's phones are built to last 9 to 12 monthsNow, the sneaky kids over at WikiHow have tempted me with the possibility of getting out. Some of their suggestions include getting a known problematic phone, constantly complain that the service isn't up to par, and the best, join the army.
+ Every time I need a new phone I'm required to sign a two-year service agreement
I'm pretty much married to Sprint for the rest of my life
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
With This Phone, I Thee Wed
I've had more cell phones than boyfriends, apartments, probably even freelance gigs--and I spent years as a freelancer. I'm constantly replacing my phone for one reason or another (broken flip, busted face plate). But one thing has remained constant: my service provider. That's because my phone usually busts mid contract, and to buy a new phone from Sprint and attach it to my number, I have to sign a new two-year service agreement. So, let's do some simple math: