Sprint announces upcoming cities getting ‘Direct 2 You’ traveling reps, now open to new or existing customers


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We thought that maybe if we had time to stew it over a little bit, Sprint’s Direct 2 You program would make a little more sense to us. But here we are, a little over a month later and it still sounds like a really strange to move to us. Not bad, mind you. Just strange for a carrier struggling to keep that #3 spot in the US.

In either case, Sprint has announced the next few cities that will benefit from their traveling representatives. Direct 2 You will officially become available in New York City, San Francisco, and Denver starting June 1st. Sprint says their “Xperts” (reps) bring the full in-store “Xperience” straight into the confines of your home. Getting up off the couch to make a trip across town is now obsolete.

The service is completely free, and where it was previously only available to Sprint customers in Kansas City, Miami, and Chicago looking to upgrade their devices (and needing help with setup), it’s now opened to anyone. That means even if you’re currently on T-Mobile and have your heart set on switching to Sprint, Direct 2 You can be at your door in a jiffy.

All you have to do is schedule an appointment by calling Sprint’s 800 number (which can be found at sprint.com/direct2you) and pick the time and place you’d like a Sprint rep to meet with you and give the rundown on your new phone. Sprint says some people have even set up appointments in hotel lobbies or restaurants, so just about anyplace is fair game. Now that’s service.



Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. What…

  2. 1) The last sentence, “Not that’s service” I feel that should be “now”. =.)

    2) BRUH!! This is my dream job!! Why couldn’t this exist while I was in school!? I would have LOVED to work doing this!! Ugh!! These kids growing up are so lucky. =.P

    1. With Sprints spotty service, (in some areas…a lot) it should be “That’s Service… Not!”
      Kudos for the idea though. ;) And yes, I would have loved helping folks and being the hero in my Sprint car too.

  3. What happens when the Sprint Rep arrives and there’s little to no service in the area? LOL

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