Sprint can’t seem to decide what it wants to do with two-year contracts: after announcing in January that it would join the other major carriers in ditching the two-year deals, Sprint backtracked a month later and said it would still offer them to existing customers. That resolve may not have stuck, as a new report claims the wireless company is again preparing to eliminate two-year contracts. [More]
Funny how an ad with a big “Free Shipping” graphic can then turn around and warn in the fine print that shipping isn’t included in purchases. Confusing, and exactly what Corey spotted in a promotion for Vistaprint.com. [More]
The New York State Police do not think it is funny when you place a listing for your two sons on Craigslist. [More]
What the heck, did you guys strike early, and target the wrong wireless carrier? The day before the possibly-ill-conceived “Operation Chokehold” is supposed to bring AT&T’s wireless network to a standstill, T-Mobile steals all the bad press by going out this evening across large parts of the Southeastern US and Puerto Rico.
Update: Immediately after posting this, T-Mobile announced the service was back up.