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Sprint expands its Direct 2 You service to include several more US cities

Sprint's recently launched phone delivery and set up service, Direct 2 You, has now expanded to several new cities in the US, including Charlotte, N.C., Cincinnati, Las Vegas, Nashville, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and Salt Lake City. These new additions for the service means that 27 major metropolitan areas in the US now have access to Direct 2 You.

Direct 2 You offers Sprint customers a way to not only order a new smartphone, but also have a company representative drive to them in the service's area to deliver the phone and set it up for free. Sprint says:

In addition to setting up the phone, the Direct 2 You expert will transfer all content, including contacts, pictures, games and apps, to ensure the device is ready to go. The expert also provides personalized training and tips to help you become familiar with using your new mobile device.

Sprint said it will expand Direct 2 You to include more US cities sometime in 2016.

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Source: Sprint

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