Sprint Customers Can Pay Bills, Manage Accounts, and More with Sprint Zone

Today finds Sprint announcing their free Sprint Zone application to help customers pay bills, check voice and data usage, and manage accounts. Available as an icon on the EVO 4G and Samsung Intercept, the app lets users get the most out of their Android device and discover new applications. Sprint already has a strong reputation of recommending apps so we expect the Sprint Zone app to only add to their efforts.

“The Sprint Zone will be customers’ mobile source for accessing account information, learning about their device and discovering applications that will enhance their experience with Sprint,” said Len Barlik, vice president of wireline and wireless services for Sprint. “We are excited to offer customers who are always on-the-go an interactive and relevant mobile application that allows them to manage their account and discover new content any where and at any time.”

Features of the Sprint Zone:

  • My Sprint – tools and information for customers to manage their accounts, pay bills, view voice, text and data usage
  • My Sprint News – keeps customers informed and engaged with up-to-date news and information to enhance their wireless experience
  • Suggested Apps – highlights useful applications in a variety of categories
  • Phone Tips and Tricks – videos and information about how to use their device

In addition to the EVO 4G and Samsung Intercept, look for the Sprint Zone app on the Epic 4G and Motorola i1 once they are released later this summer.

Hey Developers

Want to have your app considered for the Sprint Zone?

Developers looking to get their app listed within Sprint Zone can submit their selection to the Sprint Apps Pitch Box found at at http://developer.sprint.com/PitchYourApp. Apps will be chosen based on relevance and best customer experience  as determined by Sprint.  Some titles may find themselves featured in Sprint advertising, online, or through other channels.

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    • Chris Klop
      July 20, 12:23 Reply

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  1. Greg
    July 20, 17:16 Reply

    This app isn't worth much, if that's what you even call it. The MySprint section doesn't even work within the app. Directly takes you to the web browser. The only thing this app is slightly good for is suggesting some apps…and that's a stretch. It only suggests 10. Not sure if they even change that often.

  2. Kenji
    July 23, 16:27 Reply

    Very cool. I like it – anything that simplifies my day makes me happy.

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