LETSTALK ADDS SPRINT WIRELESS
Online Wireless Retailer Now Offers America’s Widest Selection of Wireless Carriers on the Web
San Francisco, CA (October 3, 2005 Online wireless retailer LetsTalk today announced that, effective October 1, it has added Sprint wireless phones and service plans to its site, LetsTalk.com. LetsTalk now allows consumers to easily compare, evaluate and buy wireless phones and service plans from 19 wireless carriers –more than double the number of carriers available on any other wireless retailing site. LetsTalk has carrier coverage in 96% of U.S. zip codes, covering nearly 100% of the domestic U.S. population. LetsTalk averages 4.75 carrier choices per zip code.
A recent study conducted by Yahoo! and Compete emphasized the importance of carrier comparisons to consumers - more than two-thirds of online cell phone purchasers compared multiple carriers before buying. Now more than ever before, LetsTalk is the best place for cell phone shoppers to compare and buy.
”We’ve listened to our customers and have created the only site on the Web that makes it easy for consumers anywhere in the United States to evaluate the most complete range of options and to find the right cell phone and the right service plan at the right price,” said Delly Tamer, CEO of LetsTalk.
With its recent merger with Nextel, Sprint now provides more variety than ever for consumers. LetsTalk will offer its customers many of Sprint’s new choices – from wireless phones to GPS to walkie talkies and innovative service plans such as the TeamShare business plans and Sprint Fair and Flexible consumer plans.
Top Sprint wireless phone models now available at Letstalk.com:
LetsTalk.com – the smarter way to buy a cell phone
- Palm Treo 650
- Samsung PM-a840 camera phone
- Sanyo MM-8300
- Sanyo VI-2300
- Samsung VI660
- Nextel i730
- Nextel i710
- Nextel i530
- Nextel i560
- Nextel i205
- Nextel i850
- Nextel i860
- Blackberry 7520
- Nextel i760
- Nextel i265
- Nextel i275
- Nextel i305
- Nextel i836
LetsTalk is a leading online retailer of cell phones, wireless devices and service plans. LetsTalk helps consumers research, compare and purchase cell phones and service plans in a user-friendly environment free from bias and sales pressure. LetsTalk has seen significant momentum in 2005, and was recently recognized by comScore Networks as the 2nd highest gaining retailer in terms of site traffic from the 2003 to 2004 holiday seasons. LetsTalk is based in San Francisco and was founded in July of 1999.
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