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  • Sprint's anti-iPhone points
    From a Sprint internal document via MacDailyNews:

    * "Using the iPhone on the GSM/EDGE network may be like having a really powerful computer on dial up."

    * "Whether you want music, email, web surfing or business files, our phones will download everything faster."

    * "Concerned about coverage? I think you’ll see that we are comparable or better than all other carriers. Let me show you the map on our Power Network Coverage Tool to verify your coverage area."

    * "We have many handsets that are MP3 players."

    * "You want to have music with your phone? Let me show you the new Upstage or the Fusic II."

    * "Any music phone from Sprint lets you download songs instantly – out of thin air."

    * "Are you sure 4G or 8G is enough storage for you? To give you a comparison, most iPods/MP3 players hold 40 to 60Gigs or more."

    * "The Upstage takes external mini-disks for unlimited storage."

    * "Sure we have less expensive phones than the iPhone. The MotoQ, for example, is only $79 and is an MP3 player, PDA, camera, mobile internet device, and of course, a phone."

    * "Most current Smartphones have secure email necessary for business functionality. "

    * "The iPhone uses Yahoo and Mac email which is not secure. "

    * "[iPhone] has a non-replaceable battery. "

    * "[iPhone] offers no external storage. "

    * "The iPhone is an Apple product and has some nice features. It also has a nice price. Do you really need all those features in one device?"
    Download the .pdf from MDN.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Sprint's anti-iPhone points started by Kyle Matthews View original post