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Sprint Finalizes 'Bill Shock' Notification Service

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Charles Bigelow

Mar 5, 2013, 4:30 PM


Why not run behind these people at the same time with a roll of toilet paper?
One should be able to use common-sense instead of needing a notification. Sure its a convenience.
One subscribes to a limited allotment hence the word limited.
What next? A notification electroshock therapy appointments?
I do find this quite bizarre.

If you're signed up for a service that bills you, you shouldn't need a reminder to tell you how much your bill is going to be.

Now I can get it being a convenience thing, but having it be instated by the FCC that it...
You would be surprised at how many calls we get monthly from customers complaining that they were never notified they were close to overage. They are for the most part lazy and feel entitled and should be catered to. It's too hard to send a text to ch...
With all of the great all you can use plans, this really seems unnecessary.

Mar 5, 2013, 9:06 PM


Maybe being a Sprint customer should be the Shock portion...
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