“Hundreds of cell phone customers are being given the boot, accused of being too high maintenance,” News4Jax.com reports. “Sprint-Nextel is disconnecting more than 1,000 subscribers on grounds the clients call customer service too often and make ‘unreasonable requests.’;
“The 1,200 people getting dropped will have to find a new carrier by the end of the month,” News4Jax.com reports. “A Sprint representative said the average customer calls customer service less than once a month, but the 1,200 clients getting the boot call 40-50 times as often.”
News4Jax.com reports, “In a statement, the company said: ‘Rather than continue to operate in a situation that was unsatisfactory for Sprint and our subscribers, we chose to terminate our relationship with those customers to allow them to pursue other options.'”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Tremor” for the heads up.]
Good news for Sprint customers eyeing Apple’s iPhone, just get on the horn to Sprint and start making “unreasonable requests.” You know, like asking repeatedly, “When are you going to get real phones and stop offering only dinosaur technology?”