We'll be adding it back, @Lapowkers I've been in contact with the developers, writing about My Sprint Mobile here on Community. While the functionality isn't there now, we do plan to bring back the ability to update your preferences from an upcoming build. Apologies for the inconvenience in the meantime. Good stuff is coming!
I found them, you can find the, by either searching for "FAQ" from the or navigating Employee Programs Knowledgebase to the from the Employee Programs home page. For your convenience you can click here to get to them directly.
Hello michaelgok, at the end of lease term you have the options to:
1- Upgrade to a new device by giving back the lease device in good working condition.
2- Terminate the lease by buying the phone paying the Purchase Price Option (PPO) or Fair Market Value (FMV) or giving it back.
3- Continue the lease on a month-to-month basis: This is the default option in the system for customers who do nothing when their lease term ends.
Month-to-month payments do not apply to reducing the (PPO) or (FMV) of the device, meaning in your case over paying the $25 dollars will not be applied to the $160 you need to pay to keep the device and the $160 will need to be paid completely. You can click here for Frequently ask question about Lease.
Team, I have an S8 and was pretty sure I've been using the feature all along so I was a bit confused about the discussion. I spoke to our Product people and verified, yes it's definitely part of the S8, The feature is no longer called out as Enhanced Messaging in your settings because it's been more completely integrated into this build and is part of Samsung's rich communication services suite.
What is it about the way your messaging behaves that makes you believe it's not included? Is something not working as you would expect it to?
OK, I have an update to my earlier statement as my product team gave me more details and we clarified feature or product name semantics versus product/app behavior/ability. I'm going to unmark my earlier answer and mark this one, for the time being.
Apologies for the earlier confusion but I want it to be clear. So here goes.
What is incorrect from earlier: the S8 does not have the feature/product known as Enhanced Messaging installed. It also does not currently have RCS enabled. Samsung's RCS suite isn't launching on the S8 until later this year.
What is correct: the S8 does have some data-rich (enhanced) messaging behaviors and features integrated right now and will likely get more in the future.
I don't have a full list of what features or behaviors will be part of the suite nor do I have a firm 'when'. Right now, it looks like we'll see launch sometime in the late summer/early fall time-frame (understanding that stuff happens and that might be pushed back).
I still think something is up, though, @Gia4611 because I was literally chatting away with a girlfriend in Atlanta last night and absolutely saw the little bouncing dots in the window when she was typing a new message. If you don't, I want to know why, mostly cuz I'm nosey.
Hi Daniielardz! Thank you for writing us. In this case, the GB is per line, this means that it is just for you. If you have any inconvenience or you would like to have more information about our international plans, you can contact our International Team at this phone number 888-226-7212.
The.limit is per phone. Sprint has an international support team you can reach by normal support number to verify things like this.
I am currently in Mexico and I am not sure on how Open World works? When using it, I have free calls and texts and 1 GB, but is the GB just for me or is it shared within the people in my plan?
Hello Jdgurl, if you use Wi-Fi calling, the voice account controls, like the ability to block numbers, are not functional therefore, you will not be able to do it online and we cannot do it on our end either, if the Wi-Fi calling its enabled.
In this case, you can disable Wi-Fi calling (On the phone, select Settings > Wi-Fi Calling) or block the numbers from your device following these steps;
Apps > Phone > More options > Settings > Block Numbers.