Sprint

About Sprint

Sprint offers an extensive range of innovative communication products and solutions, including global IP, wireless, local and multiproduct bundles. Now together with Nextel, Sprint is a Fortune 40 company and is widely recognized for developing, engineering and deploying state-of-the-art network technologies, including the United States' first nationwide all-digital, fiber-optic network; an award-winning Tier 1 Internet backbone; and one of the largest 100-percent digital, nationwide wireless networks in the United States. For more information, visit www.sprint.com/mr.

 

 

To Purchasers

 

Sprint is aware that numerous Sprint items are sold on eBay. Private individuals may sell Sprint equipment that was purchased for their personal use. �Private individual� means an individual, end-user consumer. Sprint sells Sprint equipment and services only through its stores, online at sprint.com, and through authorized distributors. EBay is not a Sprint-authorized distributor nor is it a Sprint-authorized distribution channel. As a result, phones purchased on eBay may not be eligible for activation. If you believe someone may be misrepresenting themselves as an authorized distributor, please contact Sprint by email at www.sprint.com. From the home page, click on �Contact Us�, then click on �Details� under �Personal/Residential Accounts.� A frame will appear that contains Sprint�s e-mail address and telephone numbers for customer services.

 

 

To Sellers

 

Use of Sprint Trademarks
Sprint is a member of eBay�s VeRO Program. Sprint, the diamond logo design, the Going Forward logo, the Nextel name and logo, and all related product and services names, designs, slogans and vanity numbers are trademarks of Sprint. The use of any trademark that is owned by Sprint is strictly prohibited without prior written consent from Sprint. If Sprint discovers that its trademarks are being used in an unauthorized manner on eBay, Sprint will notify the VeRO Program. In response, eBay may halt the seller�s auction.

Use of Photos of Sprint Equipment, Reproduction of Product.
Sellers cannot use copyrighted photographs of Sprint products to promote the sale of items posted for auction. In addition, sellers cannot produce unauthorized copies of genuine product (such as calling cards) and offer them for sale.

Attempted Sale of Proprietary Information / Trade Secrets
If a seller posts for sale on eBay information that Sprint considers to be a trade secret or proprietary information, Sprint will notify eBay. In response, eBay may halt the seller�s auction. Sprint may also notify federal, state and local law enforcement authorities. For example, Sprint does not sell or otherwise make available its master subsidy locks. Sprint would consider a listing for a master subsidy lock to be an attempted sale of Sprint proprietary information and would notify eBay.