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    Posted: 06 Jun 2016 at 2:36am
Really scraping the bottom of a barrel there Sprint.
Dug this fossil up from 2002?

Paul - I guess that's his real name - switched to Sprint..yeah well Sprint needed a clever new marketing campaign and Paul needed the money for a new gig.


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*facepalm* ... I don't believe this. Thumbs Down
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I thought he was done FOREVER. I never thought he'd be shilling for Cellphone companies again! I assumed he would go in the Relica of once popular commercial spokespeople of Yesteryear(early 2000s) and stay there. What next, Dell Computers bringing back the all too happy about Dell computers dude"Dude you're getting a Dell!"(Turns out there was a reason why he seemed WAY too happy about regular ass Dell computers, he was smoking "happy" grass.
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I will have more to say about this when I get some time later today.
Spoiler Alert:  If you switch to Sprint, you are just plain STUPID.
 
Add GULLIBLE to the list if you do so based simply on the content of this commercial.
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

I will have more to say about this when I get some time later today.
Spoiler Alert:  If you switch to Sprint, you are just plain STUPID.
 
Add GULLIBLE to the list if you do so based simply on the content of this commercial.

Everything I've seen lately points to Sprint "circling the drain". I'll never understand why failing businesses throw what little is left into advertising "hail Marys"?Confused

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I remember when he was a clue on Jeopardy, and walked across the stage. Trabeck called him (iirc) a "great actor"  Ermm
At least he's not wearing a uniform and pretending to be a worker.
And the prophet said:
"And lo, the beast looked upon the face of beauty. And it stayed its hand from killing. And from that day it was as one dead".
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His full name is Paul Marcarelli. The guy's even trending on Facebook now. Dead
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Has anyone investigated whether this dude ever had any correspondence with Subway Jared? Cause he definitely looks like he might share some of the same interests.
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We have Sprint, it's only 90 bucks for 2 phones.
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I saw this and thought 'wow, a FANTASY character going from one sad provider..
that's got some MASSIVE CREDIBILITY behind it...huh
MERICA?!?"
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

I will have more to say about this when I get some time later today.
Spoiler Alert:  If you switch to Sprint, you are just plain STUPID.
 
Add GULLIBLE to the list if you do so based simply on the content of this commercial.
 
Found some time....
 
First, don't believe any macro-level stats.
The main thing to focus on is does your provider offer reliable service where you live and work.
The primary determining factor for that, across all carriers and all technologies, is how close their nearest serving cell site is to your location.  They all have fill-in residential products (microcells, etc..) , so you can consider those if you want (assuming you're in a poor signal area) -- but the primary factor remains:  proximity to their network signal.  Without that, you are generally screwed.
 
Note that proximity includes building construction.  A tower down the street might not get a signal through your brick sh!thouse concrete and steel bunker construction!  Much more to it, but I'll leave it at that.
 
After that, you can shop phone, plans, prices, national/international coverage footprints, ringtones - whatever.
 
Second, don't believe 1%.
I could take that 1% and spread it out in such a way that nobody on the planet could ever make a call.
(It's technical - don't ask.)  But more than that, comparing two or more highly complex and dissimilar networks is just ripe for statistical abuse.  I suppose you could compare a fish to a bicycle; why would you want to?
 
Third, Sprint is in deep financial sh!t.   And it is DEEP-ROOTED too.
Remember when they backed Wi-Max instead of LTE.
Yeah, that was a good call.  Pure genius right there.
 
Then there was the Nextel acquisition.
Those who don't know, don't know that Nextel was never a "cellular" company.  (The cellular band operates from 824-849 MHz - I'll simplifiy this by just referencing the uplink frequency band, handset to tower.) 
 
Nextel was a 3rd, 4th, or maybe even a 5th incantation of a hodgepodge of regional SMR operators, each with a handful of narrowband channels like you would use for taxicabs and plumbing companies (Specialized Mobile Radio, 806-824 MHz.)  Why is this important?  Because there weren't any handsets available other than those offered by Motorola - who (at the time) had a vested interest in keeping SMR alive because that's what a lot of police & fire departments were using.  Remember "push-to-talk".  Bingo. Nextel was the business-dispatch radio system that wanted to be a cellular company.  But nobody else really wanted that...
 
Fundamentally, SMR is a "dispatch" type radio scheme.  Yes, you can layer voice telephone calls on it, but it's not spectrally efficient because SMR frequencies were licensed in narrowband channels, not wideband "chunks" of spectrum.   Worse, the slices were interleaved with public safety channels, so one would bleed over into the next, and it made the police & fire radios very expensive because they would need filtering against Nextel and vice-versa.
 
Well, a couple BILLION dollars later, the FCC finally managed to (mostly) separate public safety from the abortion that would later come to be known as Nextel.  I guess the thinking at the time was, "Hey, we can get a cellular-like operation going without having to pay spectrum auction prices".  Well, you get what you pay for. 
 
Aside from the Nextel SMR spectrum (which still suffers from manufacturer-support neglect), we still have the issue of a 4G or 5G upgrade path for the combined Sprint/Nextel entity.  The problem here is that all of their "real" spectrum is up at 1900 MHz.  It's called "PCS".  All things being equal, it doesn't propagate as well as cellular's 850 MHz band.  Or even 700 MHz LTE.  I don't think Sprint has very much (if any) cellular.  And 700 MHz is fairly new.
 
So what that means is Sprint was disadvantaged (compared to AT&T / Verizon) because they had to deploy maybe 2x or 3x as many towers to cover the same area that AT&T/Verizon could do with one tower - since their 850 cellular propagates so much better.  T-Mobile (also, largely 1900 MHz PCS at the time), would have been similiarly disadvantaged - BUT, they hadn't had an awful marriage with an SMR provider (i.e., Nextel), nor had they backed the dead Wi-Max horse.   T-Mobile has/had? a different problem with their owner, Deutche Telecom, who (until recently, at least) could never seem to make up it's mind what it wanted to do in the USA.  Which explains their #3 position behind the powerhouse duopoly of AT&T/Verizon.   (And AT&T's weakness is their HORRIBLE customer service, and Verizon's is poor execution shaking off their wireline holdings to Frontier, or whomever.  No wonder their employees are striking!)
 
Anway - to sum this up:
 
Nextel  -  Frequency shell game, Motorola only handsets, ineffieicnt use of spectrum, no clear upgrade path.
 
Nextel + Sprint:  Take all of Nextel's many problems and force feed them to Sprint.
Layer on Wi-Max missteps.  And, lack of sub 1-GHz spectrum makes it difficult to upgrade their network without first finding a place for existing customers to go?  If you don't have an LTE-capable handset, it's pretty tought to keep you as a customer when they want to upgrade their 3G to 4G, but don't have the spectrum to run both simultaneously.
 
Outcome:  predictable.
Balance sheet:  Highly leveraged.
Stock:  1/10th the value of its peers, $3.84/share  (and been their for 18 months).
 
Downward spiral: (?)
Revenue 5 year Average Growth = -0.24%, at a time the industry as a whole saw 9.51% gains!
 
STUNNINGLY BAD LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE   (And, there's no magic bullet fix that I can see.)
Frankly, I'm amazed the company has survived this long.
 
 
 
 
 
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Yeah why they dug him up is beyond me maybe if he was around a couple of years ago or so it would make sense but this is someone who was around in about 2003. Then again this is the same company who used a 6 year old viral video in one of their ads so I am not surprised.

That being said it does not have a dad who is a hamster, a deadbeat named Gordon (pronounced Gore-Dawn), screaming goats, a girl who wanted to add her boyfriend to the plan, or Narwhals so I can tolerate it.
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He was a dork then, and he's still a dork today.
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

I will have more to say about this when I get some time later today.
Spoiler Alert:  If you switch to Sprint, you are just plain STUPID.
 
Add GULLIBLE to the list if you do so based simply on the content of this commercial.
 
Found some time....
 
First, don't believe any macro-level stats.
The main thing to focus on is does your provider offer reliable service where you live and work.
The primary determining factor for that, across all carriers and all technologies, is how close their nearest serving cell site is to your location.  They all have fill-in residential products (microcells, etc..) , so you can consider those if you want (assuming you're in a poor signal area) -- but the primary factor remains:  proximity to their network signal.  Without that, you are generally screwed.
 
Note that proximity includes building construction.  A tower down the street might not get a signal through your brick sh!thouse concrete and steel bunker construction!  Much more to it, but I'll leave it at that.
 
After that, you can shop phone, plans, prices, national/international coverage footprints, ringtones - whatever.
 
Second, don't believe 1%.
I could take that 1% and spread it out in such a way that nobody on the planet could ever make a call.
(It's technical - don't ask.)  But more than that, comparing two or more highly complex and dissimilar networks is just ripe for statistical abuse.  I suppose you could compare a fish to a bicycle; why would you want to?
 
Third, Sprint is in deep financial sh!t.   And it is DEEP-ROOTED too.
Remember when they backed Wi-Max instead of LTE.
Yeah, that was a good call.  Pure genius right there.
 
Then there was the Nextel acquisition.
Those who don't know, don't know that Nextel was never a "cellular" company.  (The cellular band operates from 824-849 MHz - I'll simplifiy this by just referencing the uplink frequency band, handset to tower.) 
 
Nextel was a 3rd, 4th, or maybe even a 5th incantation of a hodgepodge of regional SMR operators, each with a handful of narrowband channels like you would use for taxicabs and plumbing companies (Specialized Mobile Radio, 806-824 MHz.)  Why is this important?  Because there weren't any handsets available other than those offered by Motorola - who (at the time) had a vested interest in keeping SMR alive because that's what a lot of police & fire departments were using.  Remember "push-to-talk".  Bingo. Nextel was the business-dispatch radio system that wanted to be a cellular company.  But nobody else really wanted that...
 
Fundamentally, SMR is a "dispatch" type radio scheme.  Yes, you can layer voice telephone calls on it, but it's not spectrally efficient because SMR frequencies were licensed in narrowband channels, not wideband "chunks" of spectrum.   Worse, the slices were interleaved with public safety channels, so one would bleed over into the next, and it made the police & fire radios very expensive because they would need filtering against Nextel and vice-versa.
 
Well, a couple BILLION dollars later, the FCC finally managed to (mostly) separate public safety from the abortion that would later come to be known as Nextel.  I guess the thinking at the time was, "Hey, we can get a cellular-like operation going without having to pay spectrum auction prices".  Well, you get what you pay for. 
 
Aside from the Nextel SMR spectrum (which still suffers from manufacturer-support neglect), we still have the issue of a 4G or 5G upgrade path for the combined Sprint/Nextel entity.  The problem here is that all of their "real" spectrum is up at 1900 MHz.  It's called "PCS".  All things being equal, it doesn't propagate as well as cellular's 850 MHz band.  Or even 700 MHz LTE.  I don't think Sprint has very much (if any) cellular.  And 700 MHz is fairly new.
 
So what that means is Sprint was disadvantaged (compared to AT&T / Verizon) because they had to deploy maybe 2x or 3x as many towers to cover the same area that AT&T/Verizon could do with one tower - since their 850 cellular propagates so much better.  T-Mobile (also, largely 1900 MHz PCS at the time), would have been similiarly disadvantaged - BUT, they hadn't had an awful marriage with an SMR provider (i.e., Nextel), nor had they backed the dead Wi-Max horse.   T-Mobile has/had? a different problem with their owner, Deutche Telecom, who (until recently, at least) could never seem to make up it's mind what it wanted to do in the USA.  Which explains their #3 position behind the powerhouse duopoly of AT&T/Verizon.   (And AT&T's weakness is their HORRIBLE customer service, and Verizon's is poor execution shaking off their wireline holdings to Frontier, or whomever.  No wonder their employees are striking!)
 
Anway - to sum this up:
 
Nextel  -  Frequency shell game, Motorola only handsets, ineffieicnt use of spectrum, no clear upgrade path.
 
Nextel + Sprint:  Take all of Nextel's many problems and force feed them to Sprint.
Layer on Wi-Max missteps.  And, lack of sub 1-GHz spectrum makes it difficult to upgrade their network without first finding a place for existing customers to go?  If you don't have an LTE-capable handset, it's pretty tought to keep you as a customer when they want to upgrade their 3G to 4G, but don't have the spectrum to run both simultaneously.
 
Outcome:  predictable.
Balance sheet:  Highly leveraged.
Stock:  1/10th the value of its peers, $3.84/share  (and been their for 18 months).
 
Downward spiral: (?)
Revenue 5 year Average Growth = -0.24%, at a time the industry as a whole saw 9.51% gains!
 
STUNNINGLY BAD LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE   (And, there's no magic bullet fix that I can see.)
Frankly, I'm amazed the company has survived this long.
 
 
 
 
 
Sprint is the Radio Shack of cell phone providers.  In spite of all predictions of their demise, they somehow keep kicking.

I had Sprint for 10 years.  I had their first "4G" phone, otherwise known as the Evo.  Wimax was a joke.  I used to live 25 miles SSW of Chicago, and I could rarely get a signal.  When I could, it was no faster than their 3G.  The Wimax signal had a hard time penetrating walls.  It didn't even do so well with glass.

I finally went with Verizon, though I'm regretting that decision since moving to Colorado.  They're pretty bad where I'm at.  I'm not sure why I stayed with Sprint as long as I did.  It's not like I was paying much less than I am with Verizon (though I do get a discount through my employer).  There was nothing good about Sprint for me.  Their service was terrible, when I received text messages, they were out of order, and their tech support was terrible.  I could call them to complain and before I'd even get out what it was I was complaining about, they'd say that there was a tower down in my area and that they were working on it.  Every.  Single.  Time.

20 years from now, those of us still alive will look back on the dark, early days of cell phone technology and just laugh and laugh.
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Remember when they backed Wi-Max instead of LTE.
Yeah, that was a good call. 


Sprint *had* to roll out WIMAX. Wireless spectrum is use or lose, to prevent hoarding. They paid for a bunch of 2.5 ghz spectrum, and if they failed to use it before a set date, both the spectrum and the money paid for it would be lost. LTE wasn't ready for prime time yet, so they used it for WIMAX. Now that WIMAX is decommissioned, the spectrum is being used for LTE.
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Hopefully it does a better job at penetrating walls.  The only place I could get a signal was in the middle of the atrium where I work, and that has mostly glass walls.  Anywhere else, and it was completely useless.
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He probably had a contract where if he left one company, he couldnt work for a competitor before a certain period of time. Sometimes contracts are like that, they dont want to work with you, but they dont want you working for others either.
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I am not myself today, I have a belly ache and a fever.
 
This dipsh*t is not helping.
The wife says I watch too much TV. Confused
 
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Like we wouldn't recognize that assclown if he didn't mention he was from VRZ? He annoyed me and likely millions more for many years and if I ever saw that douche again, it was too soon. Just go away.
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You know, this ad campaign was never that good with Verizon in the first place.  No one wanted to see this guy recycled in commercials with Sprint's crappy service.

This ad campaign is the ad-tards answer to questions that no one asked.
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I am now remembering why I hate this dipsh*t!
 
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

I am now remembering why I hate this dipsh*t!
 

I saw this one last night, but it was a 15 second rushed version.

He's yapping about this and that...and she cuts him off talking about  "Mama is going to snap...etc etc" 
"Can you hear that.."Dead
And why is this dork even talking to this woman...it doesn't even appear they are hanging outside the theater going on a date to see a movie.

He's just there soliciting new cell phone plans to random strangers.

 
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Sprints entire business practice seems to be to pull on the coat-tails of Verizon, shouting "We're #2! We're #2!". Wish they would really just find another angle than saying about they're an okay carrier.
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did i miss the huge public outcry to bring him back? Ouch
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No, I highly doubt that you f'ing has been. 




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