It’s exciting when you get a new smartphone. After researching your new device, checking the handset out in-store and finally signing the contract, the only step left is actually activating your smartphone. Now for some tech enthusiasts, setting up and tweaking something like a smartphone is easy and often fun in itself however, some may find the whole process a bit mundane or difficult to manage. Sprint announced a new personal service to help with those tasks. This service is called Direct 2 You and Sprint just revealed four new cities that will be getting the service.
As mentioned, getting a new smartphone means setting it up. There are a few options if you’re in need of help, one of which is going to a wireless carrier’s brick and mortar storefront. However, that can at times be a bit of a strain depending on where you live. Stores located in big cities may be too crowded leaving long wait times or if a store is located too far away for a quick trip then this new Direct 2 You service from Sprint may be the more appropriate solution. Qualified customers can take advantage to this free service where Sprint will send a representative in a clearly labeled Sprint vehicle to deliver and setup your smartphone.
From your personal home, business or any desired location in the area, Sprint will gladly meet with you to deliver and setup your phone with its basic settings and transfers such as a contact list. When Sprint originally announced the service earlier this year, only Sprint customers in selected cities were eligible. Now a total of four more cities have been added to the roster. Some of the already established locations for the Sprint Direct 2 You service are Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San Francisco. Now Sprint has announced that it expanded to Dallas, Detroit, Tampa, and Washington D.C. If you wish to learn even more about the Sprint Direct 2 You service and the experience you can expect to have for setting up a smartphone then you can head to https://sprintdirect2you.com for even more information.