“Wireless customers want simple, worry-free and affordable wireless plans on a reliable network,” Sprint chief executive Marcelo Claure said in the Overland Park-based carrier’s announcement. “Now customers can watch their favorite movies and videos and stream an unlimited playlist at an amazing price.”
“Wireless customers want simple, worry-free and affordable wireless plans on a reliable network,” Sprint chief executive Marcelo Claure said in the Overland Park-based carrier’s announcement. “Now customers can watch their favorite movies and videos and stream an unlimited playlist at an amazing price.” File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com
“Wireless customers want simple, worry-free and affordable wireless plans on a reliable network,” Sprint chief executive Marcelo Claure said in the Overland Park-based carrier’s announcement. “Now customers can watch their favorite movies and videos and stream an unlimited playlist at an amazing price.” File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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