Sprint expands the Direct 2 You hand-delivery service to new cities including Orlando

Sprint expands the Direct 2 You hand-delivery service to new cities including Orlando
Sprint's Direct 2 You service, which hand delivers newly purchased phones to Sprint customers, is now available in additional cities. In addition to making sure that you receive your new mobile device via a personal hand-off, the driver/expert will show you how to set-up your new handset or tablet, move over content, and show you useful features.

Right now, the feature is available in 20 different markets including Minneapolis/St. Paul, Orlando, Phoenix, St. Louis, San Antonio, Seattle, Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia, Houston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, Tampa, Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas. Sprint says that it will continue to roll out Direct 2 You in new areas during 2015.


A Sprint customer looking to take advantage of the service should call 844-347-2968, or go to https://sprintdirect2you.com to set up an appointment at any location selected by the customer. Those who use Direct 2 You from now through the end of the year will receive a random gift from their driver/expert ranging from a Motorola Buds Stereo Bluetooth headphone, a Harman Kardon Onyx Studio speaker, a trip for two on a Caribbean Cruise or a trip to the Super Bowl. If you have an appointment for a Direct 2 You delivery, make sure you take a selfie of you with your Sprint driver/expert. If you post that picture to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtags #Direct2You and #Sweepstakesiii, you will be entered in a contest to win $250,000.


source: Sprint via Crackberry

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