January 4, 2017

New Feature: webPOS/ePay Reconciliation

Here is another module to help you manage your end of day reports. This new module will cross check bill payments saved on WM and cross check it against bill payments processed on your webPOS/ePay account. Here are the steps on how to reconcile your daily webPOS transactions: Log into your webPOS/ePay account and go to Reporting. Generate your Daily Transaction Details report and download/export a copy. It will save as a CSV file. Open WM The new module can be found under Accounting > Reconcile > webPOS Reconciliation Select the location you are reconciling. Browse for the CSV file […]
June 7, 2017

Sprint and Rogers connect for iMessage-like RCS texting

Nearly every major tech company has come up with their own messaging services with enhanced features and SMS is starting to look long in the tooth. But there’s hope for text messaging. A newish standard (it was released in 2012) RCS (Rich Communication Services (RCS) with its improved media sending and improved group chat support is making its way onto Android phones and being support by carriers and according to Google’s VP of communications products. It looks like Sprint and Rogers are letting customers send RCS messages between their services. RCS became standard on all Android phones this year which […]
June 9, 2017

Sprint continues its retail build-out with plans for 60 new stores in New England

Sprint announced plans to open more than 60 new stores in New England over the next 18 months as part of its broader strategy to expand its direct-to-consumer retail presence. The nation’s fourth-largest mobile network operator said the move would create more than 450 jobs throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and upstate New York. The move is aimed at leveraging recent network investments in markets such as Boston; Buffalo, New York; and Providence, Rhode Island. Sprint said it had upgraded 630 cell sites in New England with the addition of 800 MHz, 2.5 GHz, HD Voice and carrier […]
June 14, 2017

Sprint, Dixons End Joint Retail Deal

Carrier to keep 100 co-created showrooms Sprint and Dixons Carphone, the European mobile and CE chain, have agreed to end their 50-50 retail partnership in the U.S. Under the two-year-old plan, the partners were to open upward of 500 jointly owned Sprint stores across the country using Dixons’ proprietary Honeybee sales platform and other retail insights. But due to “the changing U.S. mobile market landscape and Sprint’s review of its distribution strategy,” the transatlantic allies have mutually agreed to end their joint venture, Dixons said, and Sprint will buy out its 50 percent share of the business. The move will give […]
June 15, 2017

Sprint Offers Year of Free Unlimited Service

It’s one of the best wireless service promotions we’ve seen in a long time, tempered only by the quality of Sprint’s network. Sprint is no stranger to dangling generous offers in an attempt to get customers of other wireless carriers to switch to its network. But the nation’s fourth largest cell phone service provider might have outdone itself this time: if you switch from another post-paid wireless plan, Sprint will now give you an entire year of unlimited talk, text, and data for free. And yes, this is one year of service completely free of charge. Sprint will even waive the […]
June 19, 2017

Verizon’s first LTE-only handset is an LG flip phone

When Verizon finished rolling out its LTE network for calls, it became apparent that it also plans to drop its CDMA phone service altogether. Now, the carrier has begun offering its first LTE-only handset to subscribers, and it’s obviously an attempt to lure people who prefer basic feature phones over smartphones away from the legacy network. The LG Exalt LTE is a flip feature phone, and even though it looks much nicer and sturdier than its plasticky counterparts, it’s still far removed from the advanced devices we’re used to today. Its specs underline that it’s definitely not something for those […]