Jay-Z is set to release a new album later this month. This will be his first album since Magna Carta Holy Grail in 2013. Which seems like a long time for an artist to go without an album. But this is Jay-Z and he has a ton of other projects on the go. Including: launching a venture capital fund to invest in start-ups, producing films and documentary series, and sold part of Tidal to Sprint. In addition, Jay-Z released a song last year titled “Spiritual” which was in response to police brutality. He’s also appeared on several tracks in the last few months. Not to mention the recent addition to his family. I don’t want to downplay all that he’s done over the last couple of years, but I do want to focus on his new album.
First of all, the album is set to be released on June 30. What’s interesting about this is that the album will be exclusively released through Tidal. Why? Well, with Jay-Z as the owner of the company, it kind of makes sense, doesn’t it? But this isn’t a new concept for Jay-Z. In 2013, his album was released to one million Galaxy owners as part of a deal with Samsung. What is even more interesting is that this release will be a first for his new partner Sprint. Sprint acquired 33% of Tidal earlier this year.
All of this is really interesting, yes, but let’s talk about the album itself. … Read the rest
Sprint has lost countless customers to T-Mobile in the last few years. One of the last companies with unlimited data it hopes you will come to it and stay. Turns out Sprint more than hopes, it guarantees it. Well sort of. Sprint offers 30-day “You’ll Love Our Network” Guarantee wish pretty much assumes you will love them. That is right Sprint is so sure you’ll love their network that it will refund you the cost of the smartphone and service if you’re not completely satisfied.
Sounds to me like they are asking for trouble but that do I know. I’ve only been customer for years who only remains for the unlimited data not the horrible service and spotty coverage. Act fast people the guarantee is only available for a limited time only. The guarantee is only for new customer accounts, eligible businesses who activate a line or current customer that add a new line of service. On top of giving you your money back Sprint will also give $650 to cover the cost of switching for a competitor network. Well ok, then. Is this desperation or genius?
VERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), March 25, 2016 – The Sprint (NYSE: S) network really is faster and it’s more reliable, with better coverage than ever. Starting today, Sprint will offer a 30-day satisfaction guarantee – the industry’s best consumer satisfaction guarantee. If customers aren’t completely satisfied within 30 days, Sprint will refund the cost of the device and service charges.… Read the rest
Right now through the end of November, Sprint is giving away a Amazon Prime membership. What’s the catch? You only get that wonderful perk if you purchase a qualifying Samsung smartphone such as a Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ or Galaxy Note 5. Surprisingly the promotion is good for existing as well as new Sprint subscribers. The promotion is not just for those folks getting a two-year contract either.