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Wizard

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Hello dizzlespr, first off I would like to thank you for your business for the last 10+ years and apologize for the recent frustrations you have experienced. I work in 2nd/3rd tier tech support at Sprint. As such I have a good understanding of the technical aspects of our service, but do not have any monitary flexability. I cannot even take payments. If it is okay with you, I would like to get a care rep in touch with you to discuss the fees that you were obviously surprised about.

Now to your iPhone's battery life. As you are well aware, Apple maintains complete control of the iOS ecosystem. In many aspects, this has been the secret of their success. Apple did acknowledge a software bug, with respect to their battery algorithyms, in iOS version 5.0.0 which is why less then a month later Apple released the 5.0.1 updatehttp://support.apple.com/kb/DL1472. If you haven't already, I would recommend you update your iPhone to 5.0.1. You can check which version is on your iPhone by tapping Settings > General > About. (If you haven't discovered already, the blue text is links to further instructions).

Typical battey life for the iPhone is in the range of 6-14 hours. If you are on iOS 5.0.1 and are still having battery issues, there are a several things you can try:

  • Disable location settings (Settings > Location Services)
  • Disable push notifications (Settings > Notifications)
  • Fetch data less frequently and/or turn off push mail (Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars)

You will find more tips to increase battery life at http://www.apple.com/batteries/iphone.html and additional information about the iPhone batteries at http://www.apple.com/iphone/battery.html.

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Journeyman

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you paid the activation fee  get over it.    nothing  entitles you  to anything for free.......

Apple made the product  get upset with them.   lets  be real  the only reason you purchased and iphone is because it says apple on it.....   other phones  out that are way better than iphones.

some  iphone users  experience slow  data  speeds,  some don't,   could be a phone issue  or a network issue  

@sprintphone/jonlever  or what ever  you are calling yourself today.     go back to att and stay there  that way i know  your not using up  valuable bandwidth...........

Journeyman

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To Whom It May Concern,

This will be may last attempt to have my issues resolved before I pursue these matters with the FCC, PUC and State Attorney Generals office.

My first issue is with the $35 activation fee charged to my account for each of my new phones. I have been a Sprint or Nextel customer since 1999. To charge me to activate phones to an existing account is egregious.

My second issue concerns the battery life of my two iphones that I purchased from SPRINT not Apple. The poor performance of the battery makes the phone almost unusable as a smart phone. I have contacted Sprint on three occasions about this issue and have been given the run around and excuses and told “Apple is working on it”. I can think of no other business where this would be an acceptable answer to a customer complaint.

The third and most pressing issue is with the data speeds on my two Iphone 4s. I am aware this issue is being worked on as well as I have contacted Sprint on three occasions to remedy this problem. I have used Speedtest to check the speed at my home, on my commute and at my workplace and the speeds are very, very poor. Considering you are charging me a $10 premium data feed in addition to my plan just makes this even more outrageous. With every other utility I have done business with I have never been told “we are working on it” without a resolution date and a refund for service not provided.

I have spent too much of my time on the phone or in chat with customer service dealing with these issues already.

Here is how I would like to see my issues resolved.

  • •1. Refund the two $35 activation fees to my account.
  • •2. Credit my account some reasonable amount of money for lack of battery life or provide me with some sort of backup portable battery back.
  • •3. Credit my account for the poor data speeds some reasonable amount of money. Last month I was offered $17 which I do not feel was a fair amount. Release me from my two year contract with Sprint, so I have a CHOICE to wait and see if you can improve the Iphone 4s battery life and data speeds. I feel that this issue is particularly important as I feel like this is a perfect example of Sprint abuse of ETF to keep customers despite poor service.