Sprint’s already got a few different ways that you can buy a new smartphone, including a two-year contract, Sprint Easy Pay monthly payments and full retail pricing. If none of those payment methods are a good fit for you, Sprint’s now got a fourth option.
Samsung introduced us to the Gear S back in August, showing off its new wearable that sports a gigantic 2-inch display and its own cellular connection. Fast-forward to today and Sammy has revealed when those of us in the US will be able to slap a Gear S on our wrist.
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The Sharp Aquos Crystal, Sharp’s phone with an edgeless display, is now available at Boost Mobile for $149.99. You can pick it up at a Boost Mobile retail store or a Best Buy store. For Boost Mobile customers, the white version is the only model available. The Aquos Crystal will ... Read More »
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After the date leaked a few days ago, Sprint has confirmed that it will be shutting down its WiMax network on November 6, 2015. Internal documents revealing the date came out over the weekend and due to legal requirements, Sprint needed to inform customers ... Read More »
Google Voice users have long struggled with the lack of MMS support. When an MMS would be sent to a Google Voice number, it would just disappear into the void. This has been a big problem with using the service for normal communication, but now it looks like Google has (finally) fixed it.
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A leaked employee info page from Sprint has revealed that Sprint’s WiMax network, which used to be Sprint’s 4G network, will shut down on November 6, 2015. With the launch and rollout of Sprint’s 4G LTE and Spark networks, it’s not much of a surprise that ... Read More »
Late last week AT&T announced that it would be offering double the normal data allowance on its Mobile Share plans for customers who sign up before October 31. Today, both Sprint and Verizon are fighting back with similar offers of their own.
Roughly one year after its initial debut, the Sprint Nexus 5 has reached end of life status. RIP good buddy, we hardly knew you.
While the Moto X had some exclusive aspects to its launch in 2013, eventually it became available for all of the major wireless networks. The safe bet before the announcement of the new Moto X this year would have been the same thing would be the case this ... Read More »
Why carriers choose to rebrand devices is a mystery. Verizon rebranded the HTC One mini 2, calling it the HTC One Remix earlier this year. Does this make the device any more appealing? I don’t think so. Sprint’s ... Read More »