BarnesandNoble.com Goes Wireless on Sprint PCS

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Sprint PCS, Kansas City, MO, and BarnesandNoble.com, New York, yesterday announced the nationwide availability of the BarnesandNoble.com's Internet shopping service on the Sprint PCS Wireless Web.


BarnesandNoble.com services will now appear on the Sprint PCS Wireless Web under the "Shopping" category. Consumers visiting the BarnesandNoble.com site will be able to browse and shop for a variety of items including in-print, bargain and rare books as well as music and software. Customers are also going to be able to send wireless e-cards. Customers will be able to open an account with BarnesandNoble.com directly from their Sprint PCS Phone and access a store locator and call Barnes & Noble brick and mortar stores nationwide.
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