Sprint Does Mobile Banking

Sprint customers get mobile banking and PayPal in one easy-to-use application on Sprint phones

September 25, 2008

1 Min Read

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Customers of Sprint (NYSE:S) can now conveniently access their bank accounts and, in an industry first with PayPal, send payments to friends and family from most Web-enabled Sprint phones* with the launch of MyMoneyManager. MyMoneyManager is an easy-to-use downloadable application that enables Sprint customers with BB&T, Citibank, IBC Bank and PNC Bank accounts to conduct banking functions right on their phones, including checking balances, paying bills and finding nearby branches and ATMs. MyMoneyManager also includes PayPal, making Sprint the first carrier to provide customers easy access to their PayPal accounts, allowing them to send money to almost anyone quickly via their Sprint phone.

MyMoneyManager is available at no additional charge to Sprint data subscribers,** including those with the worry-free $99.99 Simply Everything(SM) Plan. In the future, Sprint plans to preload MyMoneyManager on phones and include additional banks and other financial service providers.

"With MyMoneyManager, Sprint customers can take advantage of the ultra-fast speed and usability of the Now Network for on-the-go access to their financial accounts that is secure and easy-to-use," said Len Barlik, vice president of wireless and wireline services for Sprint. "Sprint is about simplicity, usability and real value. MyMoneyManager gives our customers a single mobile application that lets them use their Sprint phones to quickly access multiple financial providers, when and where they want."

Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S)

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