For anyone that has been considering cozying up to Sprint for their cellular needs, the Now Network has recently kicked off a promotion that might see the deal sweetened a bit — as long as you want a Samsung device, that is.
Sprint is now offering a free year of Amazon Prime for anyone that ... Read More »
“Sprint beats all national carriers with unlimited data for $20/month.” That’s the headline Sprint is using for this announcement, but the wording “unlimited data” is quite a stretch. The plan does indeed offer unlimited data, but only 1GB of that will be LTE. The rest will be 2G data, which we all know sucks.
AT&T has announced its plans for NumberSync, a service that will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This doesn’t only apply to smartphones, either: AT&T says that everything from tablets to wearables can be used with your phone number.
The service will depend on your devices being connected to AT&T, so ... Read More »
Verizon’s unlimited data plan was a steal back in the day, but things are about to change for those who have been relying on Verizon’s $29.99 unlimited plans for the past few years. Verizon has confirmed that the monthly price tag for its grandfathered $29.99 unlimited data plan will increase to $49.99 starting in November. ... Read More »
Sprint isn’t looking too good recently, and it shows from the latest decision by Sprint’s new CEO. The company aims to save between $2 and $2.5 billion dollars in the next 6 months, which is quite a feat considering it spent $7.5 billion in a three-month span ending June 30.
Sprint is taking T-Mobile head on with Open World, which gives you free or discounted use of your phone when abroad. The service has now added 33 new countries to the list, which give you free texting and discounted phone calls and data.
There are 14 countries with free texting, calling, and 1GB data, including ... Read More »
Last week, Sprint made a great deal with DirecTV that offered DirecTV customers one year free of talk, text and 2GB of data if they switched over to Sprint. The response was overwhelmingly positive, but many customers asked if there was a way to get more data with the deal, even if they ... Read More »
After both T-Mobile and Verizon ditched contracts, Sprint is joining the group and eliminating the option to get a two-year contract. The company began offering leasing options last year and it’s going to stick with them, as 51% of customers chose a lease in the last quarter. The leasing option works well and although customers ... Read More »