Sprint Joins AT&T and Verizon Offering Account Management iPhone Apps

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Three months after the iPhone arrived on Sprint, the carrier has launched an app allowing customers easy access to their account and to iPhone and Sprint customer support information.

In the US, AT&T and Verizon, the other two iPhone carriers, both have existing account management apps. They all work similarly, allowing customers to pay their bill, track usage, and get contact information for stores and customer support.




Sprint Mobile Zone is available free for the iPhone on the App Store. [Direct Link]

MyAT&T [Direct Link] and My Verizon Mobile [Direct Link] are also available free from the App Store.

Thanks Mike!

Article Link: Sprint Joins AT&T and Verizon Offering Account Management iPhone Apps
 

eNcrypTioN

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Just tried it out. Seems to work well.
 

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Fantastic! Now we can easily see how much data we're using before they throttle us lol ;) (Unlimited plan with 1.8GB/mo used w/ 11 more days until end of billing cycle, and this is the fourth month I've been "punished" for being a "top 5% user")

Seriously though, much improved.

EDIT: this is in reference to AT&T, not Sprint. Sorry for the confusion. :p
 
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Throttle us?!?! Since when did Sprint throttle people?
 

WatchTheThrone

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Very cool app I was waiting for this one since October :)
Very happy with Sprint btw!!
 

Kid A

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from the screenshots, it doesn't look much like an iOS app.

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It's AppleCare. Not Apple Care.
i'm not sure why someone voted you down...
that is pretty annoying.

it might as well say "I-phone" or "MAC", lol.