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  • Disney set to launch its own wireless service

    It looks like Disney is going to be offering cellular service as of this summer. Go to https://register.go.com/disney/disney_mobile_mvno/index to check it out.
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    Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

    It looks like Disney's own service, I know ESPN has a phone service but it is powered through sprint.
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    • #3
      Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

      Like ESPN Mobile, I believe Disney Mobile is also a joint venture with Sprint.
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      • #4
        Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

        Wait is this like actual Disney phones or just service?

        Because you know if they put Disney characters on the phone it'll sell like hot cakes. I'd get one lmao.

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        • #5
          Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

          What the crap, how does Disney think this will make money? Unless this is done through a bigger established wireless company, I can't see why anyone would trust their wireless coverage to Disney, since - well, they aren't a communications company.

          But, whatever...
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          • #6
            Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

            This is a joint service, like virgin mobile and espn mobile, so the coverage and wireless part will be just as good (for better or worse) than sprints coverage in your area.

            I know that the press release talks mostly about the family features, but what will make the service great is if they can make lots of great Disney wallpapers, ringtones, and other mobile games and stuff that are really Disney.

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            • #7
              Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

              Originally posted by Dizmo
              I know that the press release talks mostly about the family features, but what will make the service great is if they can make lots of great Disney wallpapers, ringtones, and other mobile games and stuff that are really Disney.
              that is the only reason I would sign up.
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              • #8
                Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

                Originally posted by Fantasmico!
                that is the only reason I would sign up.
                Same here...but I still have like 1.5 years with T-Mobile. :sleep: I got a little flyer about it enclosed in my Chase Disney credit card this much but didn't provide much info...just a "COMING SOON!!!" thing.
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                • #9
                  Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

                  Disney insider has a thing up about it:

                  http://disney.go.com/disneymotion/showcase/index.html

                  Pretty corny, but may be cool

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                    • #11
                      Re: Disney set to launch its own wireless service

                      My guess is that the phones are just under the sprint service with special Disney features, and they're just marketing it as a "service."

                      Another thing is that they've probley been considering this for a while and decided to test it with ESPN mobile, considering that Disney owns ESPN.

                      Me? With a Sitich phone? Is that really a good idea?
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