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May 18, 2015

Sprint’s Direct 2 You hitting major metropolitan cities in early June

by John_A

Sprint’s Direct 2 You service that provides store like experience at your place of convenience is coming to Miami, Chicago and Kansas City starting June 1. Customers in New York City, San Francisco and Denver can also call Sprint experts to deliver their new phones and set it up for them as part of Direct 2 You service from early June.

The Direct 2 You service will be available throughout the country by the end of the year. The free service can be accessed by fixing an appointment with a Sprint executive who will deliver your new phone at a location of your choosing. Not only will he deliver your product but he will also set it up and transfer all of their content, including contacts, pictures, videos and apps, from your old device to a new one.

“For the Direct 2 You experience, a customer schedules an appointment by calling an 800 number found at http://www.sprint.com/direct2you. At the appointed time, an expert meets the customer at his or her convenience, sets up the new phone and transfers all content, including contacts, pictures, games and apps. The experience also includes personalized training and tips to help the customer become more familiar with using their device,” a press release by Sprint read.

It is noteworthy that Sprint is providing this service in the comfort of your home, workplace or Starbucks – basically anywhere you want.

The post Sprint’s Direct 2 You hitting major metropolitan cities in early June appeared first on AndroidGuys.

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