Something right for the stockholders, or something right for the customers? Many of us are severely annoyed by the nickle-and-dime pricing approach of the carriers. We might pay a proportionate amount extra for a worthwhile service, but $$ for a ringtone? More money for a 10-second audio clip than for a full track on iTunes? Mature adults just say no.
One thing Sprint is doing wrong, IMHO, is narrowing the choice of phones available. They don't offer simple phones any more. I know that electronic economics means you can always get more for less as time passes, but sometimes you still just want less.
I'm in the market for a new phone. I want a "candy-bar" style phone with a USB connector that allows me to manage my name list using my computer. I don't own or want to own any Windows or Mac systems. I don't care about a camera or browser. I don't care about a color screen. I do want a keyboard with all the numbers of equal size and arranged in a rectangular grid and with very few additional keys. The keys should be essentially the only moving parts on the phone. Can anyone suggest a candidate for my business?
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