Sprint’s got a whole mess of news for us today, announcing several bits of network news, a new 30-day guarantee and a new Galaxy S5 variant. There’s a lot to digest, so let’s dive right in.
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Sprint today made a couple of big announcements, revealing both its Q1 2014 earnings as well as confirming that its 4G LTE and Sprint Spark services are now live in more locales across the U.S.
Sprint says that its 4G LTE network has been activated in 41 new cities, including Long ... Read More »
Virgin Mobile today kicked off sales of its newest Android smartphone, the HTC Desire. No, not that Desire. The new HTC Desire for Virgin Mobile looks to be the Sprint MVNO’s version of the international HTC Desire 601 that was introduced by HTC earlier this year. ... Read More »
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Sprint has announced via it’s Sprint Community page that the highly-anticipated EVO 4G LTE smartphone will go on sale this Saturday, June 2nd for $199.99. After a customs investigation caused the delay of the May 18th launch of the Sprint One X variant, shipments have picked up enough to have most retail ... Read More »
After their plans to take over T-Mobile USA were thwarted in the 11th hour by a $39 Billion bid from AT&T, Sprint was scratching its head as to what to do next. It announced a partnership with Lightsquared, though that deal is now doomed as Lightsquared has failed to gain FCC support of its next-generation ... Read More »
This rumor comes completely out of left field. A sidebar ad running on Cnet’s site suggests that not only will the Galaxy Nexus indeed come to Sprint (as had been previously rumored), it will serve as Sprint’s first 4G LTE device. What’s more, it seems to be an enhanced version of the Galaxy Nexus, ... Read More »
Sprint has outlined a rather aggressive LTE rollout strategy, with implementation set to begin in the middle of 2012 and be completed by the end of 2013. With this LTE rollout, Sprint has also promised vast improvements to their 3G network, which has suffered miserably since the iPhone was released on Sprint a few ... Read More »
Back in October, Sprint announced an aggressive LTE rollout that would bring full nationwide LTE coverage by the end of 2013. The LTE network would launch in several cities sometime in mid-2012, and Sprint is apparently hard at work building out the infrastructure needed to support such a network.
Sprint announced this morning that ... Read More »
At their Network Strategy Update event in NYC this morning, Sprint announced (unsurprisingly) that they will be launching a true 4th-generation LTE network over the next few years. Sprint has detailed a fairly aggressive implementation timeline. The nation’s number 3 network will officially turn on their LTE network in limited markets in mid-2012, and will complete ... Read More »