Wednesday, August 06, 2014

This Is The Way Sprint Goes To A Dead Signal



Here's just another reminder that one of the formerly biggest employers in Johnson County, Kansas is now entering it's dreary last days . . .

Wall Street Journal: Sprint Abandons Pursuit of T-Mobile, Replaces CEO - Carrier Quits Chase Amid Regulators' Opposition; Entrepreneur Marcelo Claure to Replace Dan Hesse

Developing . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

So if I dial 0 do I get an operator?

Anonymous said...

Sprint will move its headquarters to California sometime next year.
But at least the metro will still have Caleb's smartphone app workshop and the organic kale smoothie shop downtown.
Maybe more local entrepreneurs need to read Diana Kander's book.
The innovative capital of the country!
And the focus is on a streetcar!
What a joke.

Anonymous said...

Sprint has been on the ropes for years. How do you say white elephant in Japanese?

Harry Carey said...

He is lucky the Japs didn't demand Seppuku or as it is commonly known, Hara-kiri.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seppuku

Anonymous said...

They will be out of O.P. by the end of 2015. Sprint campus will be a ghost town.

SprintAdCampaign said...

"Can you whore me now?"