The past few years have seen wireless carriers in fierce competition with one another, each trying to outdo the others with value. Sprint has been a large part of this battle, and one of its earlier tactics was to offer device leasing to customers. While the program offered increased financial liquidity for Sprint, ... Read More »
Thanks to serial leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks), we’ve got a first look at the upcoming HTC Bolt. The wallpaper on the handset shows Sprint’s emblem, and Read More »
With all the advances in smartphones, one would expect there to have been great strides in the realm of battery life. For the most part, however, the situation has stayed the same. Quick charging has become more common and some smartphones have larger batteries, but there haven’t been any revolutionary changes. Nonetheless, the larger battery ... Read More »
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Now U.S. carriers have begun to respond to Samsung’s recall and how it affects their subscribers. Many of the carriers are offering quick and easy returns for Galaxy Note 7 customers.
It’s been one week since Sprint officially launched its new Unlimited Freedom plan, which introduced truly unlimited talk, text, and data every month, but with some caveats. The standard Unlimited Freedom plan sacrifices high-definition video content and caps streamed music and video games. Apparently Sprint was listening to feedback, though, because the ... Read More »
Sprint is hot on T-Mobile’s heels, as the Now Network is officially announcing its own brand new unlimited plan. This one’s called “Unlimited Freedom,” and it shares several similarities to T-Mobile’s new plan.
Unlimited Freedom will be available beginning Friday, August 19. With it, customers will get access to unlimited data, messaging, and ... Read More »
Ever since the start of 2016, Sprint has had a love-hate relationship with two-year contracts. In early January they ditched them, but then in February brought them back because they said customers wanted them as an option.
Unlimited data is a big topic of interest these days, particularly today, since Verizon announced that it will be deactivating unlimited data customers who use more than 100GB/month. While Verizon may not be such a fan, other carriers are competing to offer the best value to customers.
Sprint, T-Mobile and ... Read More »
Sprint has become the exclusive wireless retailer of Amazon Prime, with the most recent promotion surfacing in May that saw subscribers getting a year’s worth of the premium Amazon feature by signing up for a specific plan.
Sprint customers have the ability to add an Amazon Prime subscription to their bill for ... Read More »
Remember Verizon’s old commercials? Actor Paul Marcarelli would play Test Man and say the now iconic line “Can you hear me now?” It’s hard to forget such a popular commercial, and it seems Sprint never really forgot Marcarelli either.
Sprint has snagged Marcarelli for its newest ... Read More »