Sprint Framily Wall private social network for iPhone launched


Sprint has added its Framily private social media service for its customers that own iPhones for the first time, allowing them a way to communicate and share information with their Framily Plan members.

Here are the main features of the Sprint Framily Wall service:

  • Communicate – send messages, pictures, video and audio, privately to one or several members of your Wall
  • Organize – share calendars, lists, contacts and more with an easy planning tracker
  • Remember – keep best memories in a sharable album
  • Locate – share phone locations and view others when they check in

While the Sprint Framily Wall is free to use, members can also access a premium version for $2.99 a month that adds some more features, including up to 10GB of storage, HD photo and video uploading and storing, and video and voice messaging. What do you think of Sprint adding the Framily Wall support for iPhone owners?

Source: Sprint

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Sprint Framily Wall private social network for iPhone launched


So my family all has iPhones. 6 of us share photos, messages, calendars and the like thru existing apple products. Never the less as Sprint Customers we did experiment with this app. Honestly we will stick with Apple.

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Just when you think there can't be anything more stupid, Sprint pulls this stunt. Then you wonder why they are doing so poorly. Whoever was the idiot who thought up this, should be shot. Then tared and feathered. PT Barnum said a sucker was born every minute. Seems that goes for executives to. So sad.