Sprint’s marketing claims in ads starring Verizon’s former “Can you hear me now?” pitchman are based on its own analysis of one testing service’s results. Verizon, however, dominated the latest national report from RootMetrics.
Sprint’s marketing claims in ads starring Verizon’s former “Can you hear me now?” pitchman are based on its own analysis of one testing service’s results. Verizon, however, dominated the latest national report from RootMetrics. Sprint Corp.
Sprint’s marketing claims in ads starring Verizon’s former “Can you hear me now?” pitchman are based on its own analysis of one testing service’s results. Verizon, however, dominated the latest national report from RootMetrics. Sprint Corp.

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