It is a well-known fact that a wireless service is only as good as the network it runs on. A leader in advanced data communications services, Sprint PCS, has built and is operating the United States' first nationwide all-digital, fiber-optic network.
Thus, why all digital PCS network? The other wireless networks use a mixture of different systems trying to work together. As a result, they provide an inconsistent service. With Sprint, all your voice and data services work the same wherever you go on our network.
The all digital PCS network connects more than two hundred and fifty million people. It is a reliable link between friends, family members and business associates in both: big cities and small towns across the country. Possessing a number of enhancements underway, the company increases the network capacity and maximizes a data transfer speed.
Sprint PCS offers a wide range of services and products. In particular, Sprint risk-free for fourteen days. Those, who are not satisfied with Sprint's all digital PCS network and the service of the phones, can return their phones and they will only be charged on their actual usage during this fourteen day period. Having the most complete, all digital PCS network in the nation, Sprint provides reliability and coverage; therefore, any company's customer may be sure all his services work the same wherever he goes.
Sprint PCS grants a number of services and features, including sprintpcs 2way sms, Voice Command, Wireless Web, Wireless Web Messaging, Night and Weekend Minutes Option, Add-a-Modem-Card Option, Off-Network Roaming Option, Team Option and Travel Option.
In October, 2000, CNET Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: CNET), a top ten Internet company with operations in more than twenty three countries and sixteen languages, announced that Sprint PCS (NYSE: PCS), the nation's largest all-digital, all-PCS nationwide wireless network, was providing the CNET content on the Sprint PCS Wireless Web. As a result, Sprint PCS customers could access the latest technology news from CNET's award-winning News.com and a comparison-shop using mySimon, the Web's leading comparison-shopping service and a member of CNET Networks, Inc. on their Sprint PCS Internet-ready Phones.
"Sprint PCS customers now have an access to the quality technology news and price comparison services of the CNET Networks anytime, anywhere on the largest digital wireless data network in the United States," said Chip Novick, the vice president, consumer marketing for Sprint PCS. "We continue to enhance and broaden the Sprint PCS Wireless Web through a relationship with companies, like CNET, that provide rich, up-to-the-minute content and services that enable our customers to act on their need for information and transactions instantly."
Operating the largest hundred percent digital, hundred percent PCS nationwide wireless network in the United States, Sprint PCS serves the majority of the nation's metropolitan areas, including more than four thousand cities and communities across the country. Sprint PCS has licensed the PCS coverage of nearly two hundred and seventy million people in all fifty states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.