I've misplaced a contact. A sales guy from Sprint was talking to me about a low bandwidth wireless offering they had. I seem to recall it might have even been in the 10s of kilobytes. I didn't have any need for such a service at the time - low bandwidth but very low cost too. But I might have use for it. Does anyone know what that network might be called? I've scanned all the emails and I don't want to a bunch of dialing to find a new Sprint rep. Just interested in what the technology might have been they were referring to.
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