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Sprint Kisses Its 'Framily' Goodbye - Posted August 20, 2014
Sprint announced this week that it would perform a two-step of sorts on pricing by abandoning the "framily" plan that has defined its offering for the past few months. In short, the company no longer has any "friends", just relatives that it wants to call for rates cheaper than those offered... [AgencySpy]

Social Media Newsfeed: Sharknado 2 Social Media Reaction | Yelp Profit - Posted July 31, 2014
[emailonly]{{{ sbox300x250 }}}[/emailonly]  Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. ... [SocialTimes.com]

Sprint's Virgin Mobile Prepaid Service Offering Facebook-Only Data Plan - Posted July 30, 2014
A Facebook-only data plan? It's one of the options being offered by Sprint's ... [AllFacebook]

Social Media Newsfeed: Twitter Lockup Expires | LinkedIn Tailored Ads - Posted May 7, 2014
[emailonly]{{{ sbox300x250 }}}[/emailonly]  Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. ... [SocialTimes.com]

Social Media Newsfeed: Webcam Snooping | Tumblr Hires Media Director - Posted February 28, 2014
[emailonly]{{{ sbox300x250 }}}[/emailonly]  Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. ... [SocialTimes.com]

Sprint Employee Allegedly Posts Woman's Sex Photos From Trade-In Phone To Facebook - Posted February 27, 2014
Can you imagine checking your Facebook News F... [AllFacebook]

Report: Japan's SoftBank in Talks to Acquire T-Mobile - Posted December 26, 2013
Japan's SoftBank Corp, owner of Sprint, is in talks to acquire U.S.-based wireless carrier T-Mobile, according to media reports. The deal is designed to have Sprint take the majority stake in T-Mobile, a Reuters' source ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

James Earl Jones & Malcolm McDowell Doing Dramatic Readings of Smartphone Interactions - Posted November 12, 2013
Sprint's latest ads are awesome dramatic smartphone readings from James Earl Jones and Malcolm McDowell. Unfortunately, you can't pay for them to read your actual phone interactions, but here's to dreaming right? This first video is from Jenna's Facebook notifications, which sounds a lot more interesting than your typical Smartphone notifications. This second... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Big Four Wireless Carriers Are Failing to Connect With Consumers on Social Media, Study Says - Posted October 30, 2013
Social media has long been a place where consumers turn to rant about their customer service woes. While some brands have done well at adapting to the new reality, others...not so much. According to a ... [SocialTimes.com]

REPORT: Walmart Still Top U.S. Brand On Facebook For August; DealDash Leads Post Engagement Rate - Posted September 12, 2013
Walmart remained the top brand on Facebook in the U.S. for August, with nearly 31 million local fans, while ... [AllFacebook]

REPORT: T-Mobile USA Was Most Responsive U.S. Brand On Facebook In 1Q - Posted April 30, 2013
Mobile service provider T-Mobile USA was the mo... [AllFacebook]

Sprint Manages to Run a Decent April Fools' Campaign - Posted April 1, 2013
So we're not really into this whole April Fools' thing. On the one hand, we are amused by the American Eagle "spray-on jeans" and the number of users who took to Twitter in an attempt to be the 1000th person to ask "Is this Google nose thing for real? I've been... [PRNewser]

How To Take On Your Facebook Competition - Posted December 5, 2012
Every page on Facebook is in competition for space on users' news feeds. With the changes in Facebook's algorithm (commonly known as EdgeRank), pages hav... [AllFacebook]

How Is IBM America's 'Greenest Company?' - Posted October 23, 2012
After reading The New York Times expose about the incredible amounts of energy wasted in the data centers of "enviro... [PRNewser]

Sprint Rolls Out Vanity Phone Numbers that Connect to Social Profiles - Posted October 8, 2012
Sprint is doing for mobile phone numbers what internet handles did for electronic mail. For $3 a month, customers can register for a personalized cell phone number. All the numbers begin with two asterisks and end with a name or another word between 5 and 9 letters or numbers. The ... [SocialTimes.com]

Study: Brands On Facebook Fail To Take Advantage Of Consumers' Attraction To Promotions - Posted October 8, 2012
Retailers' Facebook ... [AllFacebook]

Facebook Touts Launch Of A Platform For Good - Posted September 12, 2012
A Platform for Good, a new online resource from the ... [AllFacebook]

Verizon Customers Complain About Data Limits On Twitter - Posted May 16, 2012
At the JPMorgan Technology, Media and Telecom conference held in Boston today, attendees learned that Verizon plans to do away with unlimited data plans. And as word spreads through the Interwebs, folks are voicing their displeasure on Twitter. ... [10,000 Words]

Verizon Customers Complain About Data Limits On Twitter - Posted May 16, 2012
At the JPMorgan Technology, Media and Telecom conference held in Boston today, attendees learned that Verizon plans to do away with unlimited data plans. And as word spreads through the Interwebs, folks are voicing their displeasure on Twitter. ... [AllTwitter]

Should You Use Google+ Or 3D Technology In Your Campaign? - Posted April 4, 2012
Timothy Jordan's keynote to start yesterday's day two of the PRSA Digital Impact Conference was basically a pitch to the room, explaining why Google+ is a must-have for any campaign that wants to interact with people. ... [AgencySpy]

Should You Use Google+ Or 3D Technology In Your Campaign? - Posted April 4, 2012
Timothy Jordan's keynote to start yesterday's day two of the PRSA Digital Impact Conference was basically a pitch to the room, explaining why Google+ is a must-have for any campaign that wants to interact with people. ... [PRNewser]

First Sprint, Now Verizon: AmEx Serve Mobile Payment Service - Posted August 1, 2011
It looks like mobile payments systems are getting traction. However, the current leader is not depending on NFC (Near Field Communications) which requires special hardware in phones (like the Nexus S). American Express's Serve found a partner in Sprint last month. ... [SocialTimes.com]

Sprint Rolling Out American Express' Serve Mobile Payment System to Select Android Phones - Posted July 19, 2011
While some of wait to see if NFC (Near Field Communications) takes off as the mobile payment system technology of choice (it doesn't look to be it so far), Sprint partnered with American Express and its Serve mobile digital payment system available to its customers. ... [SocialTimes.com]

iPhone 4Gs? iPhone 5? Sprint iPhone? Fall 2011 Shaping Up to be Very Interesting - Posted July 7, 2011
September and October have long been interesting months for Apple watchers. The first iPod was announced in October 2001. And, subsequent iPod refreshes have been announced every September in recent years. The first iPod nano was announced in September as was the first iPod touch. This time around we know that the... [SocialTimes.com]

Is Google Readying to Buy Sprint? Voicemail, Long Distance & Mobile Payment - Posted May 25, 2011
Google and Sprint have become very chummy recently. In March, The pair announced that Google Voice would eventually provide voice mail service for all Sprint cell phones. Google Said to Plan Mobile-Payment Service Unveiling ... [SocialTimes.com]

Clearwire Gets Much Needed $1 Billion from Sprint for Wholesale 4G to 2012 & Beyond - Posted April 20, 2011
If you've been following 4G (WiMAX style) provider Clearwire for the past few years, you know that it has some business issues as evidenced by this item published by Computerworld two months ago. Clearwire gains subscribers, remai... [SocialTimes.com]

Android App Direct Carrier Billing Now Available to Sprint Customers - Posted April 14, 2011
Buying an Android app through Google's Android Market is not a simple matter in parts of the world that do not use credit cards the way we do in the U.S. That's what Google tells us in this announcement about the new Carrier Billing options for the Android Market. ... [SocialTimes.com]

Sprint Goes Alone for its NFC Wireless eCommerce Plan - Posted April 5, 2011
Near Field Communications (NFC) is a short range wireless protocol that permits, among other things, secure wireless ecommerce activity. It has the potential, some believe, to provide the next generation of touchless credit transcations. Last year AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Discover Financial, and Barclaycard US announced the ISIS group which would provide... [SocialTimes.com]

AT&T/T-Mobile USA Deal Getting Bad Press - Posted March 23, 2011
AT&T execs sounded confident on a conference call hosted on Monday to explain the goodness of their plan to purchase T-Mobile USA. That optimism will have to hold up against the hits the deal is taking as it heads to ... [PRNewser]

Companies Enlist 'Digital Detectives' for Social Media Programs - Posted October 11, 2010
At the International Association of Business Communicator's (IABC's) Corporate Communication and Social Media Summit on Friday, presenters from Whirlpool, Sprint, and Pfizer discussed how their companies have used social media in a range of areas, from customer service and new product launches to employee and crisis communications. ... [PRNewser]

Implementing Commercial Applications With Semantic Search - Posted January 21, 2009
Executive Summary A common challenge facing today’s enterprise, its employees, and customers, is the ability to easily and effectively access corporate data and product/services-related information.  To obtain the accurate and specific information needed from a vast corporate network is a daunting task, especially as data grows more complex and the workforce becomes... [semanticweb.com]

Mobile Payments Pop Up at Jack in the Box - Posted July 30, 2008
Fast-food chain Jack in the Box is trialing the concept of letting its customers pay for their burgers and shakes with their cell phones. Mobile Marketer reports th... [ThinkMobile - SocialTimes.com]

Sprint Gets Serious about Web Access - Posted July 28, 2008
Doing its part to push mobile Internet usage, Sprint launched Sprint Web, something it describes as a "next-generation mobile Web browsing experience." The new e... [ThinkMobile - SocialTimes.com]

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