I just have a quick question. Now that the new generation iPhones have been unveiled, do the specs allow it to connect to Sprint Spark?
HI!! I am excited to tell you that yes, the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus support Sprint Spark. CEO Claure said it himself here:
Im very happy and can't wait!
Does anyone know if the iPhone 6 (for Sprint) will have the same limitation (antenna) issues as the Galaxy S5? Specifically - the issue with dropping calls or data services when one or the other other supersedes while in Sprint's LTE / Spark service areas
You mean in regards to simultaneous voice and data? Unless the phone physically comes with 2 antennas to support it, then yes it will have the same limitations.
Does it matter, they are going to stop these investments into sparks so we are going to be dealing with a half [inappropriate word removed] network once again like the wimax.
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Don't get your hopes up, Sprint's rollout of the IPhone 6 was horrible. After a 3 hour wait on the phone because the site was not working, the rep ordered an IPhone Plus instead of what I originally ordered which was a regular phone, then I had to cancel that order, place another with a 2 hour hold time to be told that now I am not eligible!
HORRIBLE SERVICE and am a 13 year customer! Even the agent who was very nice, said he has never seen this happen where a customer and could not help me bu offered a call back Monday.
So disappointed in Sprint, they knew there was going to be mass customers calling and truly feel they were unprepared. My husband was going to join on my plan, but he opted to stick with AT&T