I foolishly bought a smartphone thru sprint telesales. The woman that sold me the device kept me on the phone at last 45 min. I lost track of time. Not only was the phone ineligible for a rebate but the device had been on the market almost two years. Several tekkies have told me its near the end of its life cycle. Sprint has a call center for customer support in my city and almost always they disconnect the phone without answering it. Two service centers I've been too where I live treated me horribly. The first time I took my phone in for service I could not remember the intended password for screen unlock. They unlocked the phone "jail broke" it voiding the warranty of course. This store avoided my attempts to contact them about this action. Several times Sprint was going to let me out of the contract no termination fee. I foolishly kept giving them another chance. Their customer service is sadly lacking. Technical support is a joke. Now I'm stuck with a obsolete phone, a hefty termination fee and sorry customer service. Where do they get their service reps? Just sad. I left at&t for Sprint because of a horrible experience with them. Now I think that was a mistake because even At&t offered some technical support and a majority of their reps were not lying rude idiots. Consider this; recently Sprint sold 15% of their company to a Japanese company. A country almost completely destroyed and radiated by that terrible tidal wave. Shows Sprint is in trouble. I will now go thru the process of filing complaints with every agency I can. People listen: the CEO's of these companies hate it when they get these complaints. It gets them where they live. So file complaints with the FCC, your states attorney general's office. Your public utilities commission. The FTC tour local BBB. As a consumer I shouldn't have to pay for abuse, an obsolete phone and inadequate or flat out rude customer service. Consumer beware of this company!
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