Sprint’s application said “changing market conditions” prompted its request to drop long distance service. Companies have been losing traditional long distance customers as cellphones have become commonplace.
Sprint’s application said “changing market conditions” prompted its request to drop long distance service. Companies have been losing traditional long distance customers as cellphones have become commonplace. The Kansas City Star
Sprint’s application said “changing market conditions” prompted its request to drop long distance service. Companies have been losing traditional long distance customers as cellphones have become commonplace. The Kansas City Star

Sprint hangs up on traditional long distance service

June 19, 2015 05:41 PM