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15 responses to “Sprint to Eliminate Some Call Fowarding Fees in November”

  1. Don Louie

    A good move but with the stipulations involved it doesn’t leave a good taste

  2. i love don hesse

    This is a great move by my guy, Don Hesse!

  3. Don Louie

    Your homey might be mad at the misspelling of his name, it’s Dan not Don

  4. ElectricBoss

    Hmmm, I wonder if the “Sprint Phones” would include Nextel & Boost?

  5. zach
  6. i love dan hesse

    my homey needs to add spell check to his handsets! lol

  7. JJ

    this is great. I have switched my voicemail over to google voice. It works perfectly. Of course I will get charged till november but at least its good to know its only temporary.

  8. jim
  9. SaltyDawg

    So on the call forwarding fees with Sprint…

    Does it work the same way as when you are actually using the minutes?

    For example, is call forwarding free on nights and weekends? Or is it free to use call forwarding if it’s a cell phone that calls you (and you have the any mobile anytime on your plan)?

  10. Don Louie

    As long as the forwarding is conditional, the only thing used will be minutes

  11. SaltyDawg

    So what if the forwarding is not conditional. If someone just forwards their Sprint number to another number so all the calls go there automatically. How do they get billed? Do they get billed for calls from cell phones and on nights and weekends? Or is it the same as if you were using the phone (cell phones and nights and weekends are free)?

  12. Don Louie

    $.20/minute and what ever minutes used, peak or n/w’s

  13. jon

    Sprint is a snowball headed for hell. Give it up. You ruined nextel made me leave.

  14. JJ

    When in november does it become free for the conditional forwarding? I need a date.

  15. Don Louie

    There’s chatter that this was initiated 11/8