Thursday, March 16, 2006

Sprint Ambassador program phone received

Here’s my big, bold disclaimer:

I was selected for some reason to receive a free Samsung A-920 phone with 6 months of free Sprint Power Vision service as part of the Sprint Ambassador program.  Since I have wanted to try out the Power Vision network, I accepted both the phone and the service — Sprint lets me keep the phone free of charge after 6 months, but will terminate the service.

Here is what Sprint is looking for from me:

As a qualified participant, we will send you one Sprint Power Vision phone and provide you with six months of all-access service (at no charge). You’ll have access to the Sprint Music Store(SM) live TV broadcasts, gaming and more.  Yes, you will also have unlimited free calling and data service. It’s a pretty good deal and all we ask for in return is your candid feedback (you decide how much and how often).

Hey, if you’re a reader of this blog you know that I slant a lot of my writing towards technology, so I’m actually pretty excited to try out the service and let all of you know what I think.

I am already a Sprint subscriber, so I should be able to provide some comparisons between traditional Vision data service and Power Vision data services.

I’ll try to provide a link to this disclaimer on all of my posts about the phone and service. 

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