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Switching to Sprint? Opinions?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Michael L., Jun 7, 2004.

  1. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     



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  2. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  3. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  4. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  5. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  6. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  7. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  8. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  9. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  10. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  11. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Peter Pan wrote:
    >
    > That's one of the silliest statements I ever heard. If you have a Verizon
    > account, either you are on the Verizon network, the extended network, or
    > roaming. How can you be on two things at once? Sounds like another one of
    > Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their claiming PCS means Pretty Clear
    > Sound, and they invented it, and every one else stole it from them. Reminds
    > me of Al Gore inventing the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do
    > with Sprint?
    >
    >


    In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they were
    trying to be kitschy.
    -mike
     
  12. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  13. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  14. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  15. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  16. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  17. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  18. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  19. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     
  20. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Mike" <spamtrap@zbuffer.com> wrote in message
    news:S3mAc.15504$Y3.3945@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net
    > Peter Pan wrote:

    Sounds
    >> like another one of Sprint's bogus made up lies, akin to their
    >> claiming PCS means Pretty Clear Sound, and they invented it, and
    >> every one else stole it from them. Reminds me of Al Gore inventing
    >> the Internet.. Hmmm Wonder if he has anything to do with Sprint?
    >>
    >>

    >
    > In this age, "pretty clear" isn't much of a marketing scheme. When did
    > you hear this? I used to go to a "Pretty good bar & grill" but they
    > were trying to be kitschy.
    > -mike


    Back when I used to work for sprint in Overland Park. If you think
    interrogators use false stuff, you should work for a company that force
    feeds lies into their employees....
     

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