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Old 5th July 2007, 02:17   #1
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Hey everyone. I'm not sure if this thread will belong here even though it is the off-topic section. If it not supposed to be here, delete it and my apologies.

Anyway, this is for current customers of Sprint PCS or potential customers of Sprint PCS. It looks like Sprint PCS is starting to axe customers just for supposedly calling into Customer Care too much among other reasons. Its completely ridiculous. If you are interested, please take a look over at a thread at I will provide the link below, if I wasn't supposed to, my apologies. I am trying to help those poor people that Sprint is doing this to. There is obviously two sides to every story but, I am, along with others are trying to get Sprint to stop canceling accounts for something so stupid like supposedly calling Customer Care too much. The thread over at SprintUsers has a lot of information including scanned letters that Sprint sent out informing customers the termination and why. If you don't agree with what is going on, I and on behalf of others ask you to spread the word around and try to get as much publicity as possible for this problem. Thanks everyone.

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