Sprint users, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief. After seeing multiple carrier variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ pass through the FCC recent, but none with Sprint support, we were left wondering why the carrier would be left out for the time being. Thankfully ... Read More »
Sprint customers, a new Android 5.1 phone is headed your way.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime will arrive at Sprint this Friday, July 10, with Android 5.1 Lollipop in tow. Pricing for the Galaxy Grand Prime will be set at $0 down and 24 payments of $10 each, $29.99 with a two-year contract and $50 ... Read More »
Helio, which was folded into Virgin Mobile in 2008 and completely halted all of its operations two years later in 2010, has quietly made a return to the wireless market. But don’t call it a comeback.
Helio is now backed by a company called UBI, and thanks to that backing the wireless MVNO is able ... Read More »
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John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, is known for being very controversial and offensive. His Twitter page reflects that, with him constantly badmouthing other carriers and their CEOs without provocation. Some love this behavior and view him as edgy, but some just see it as all talk and no action (or at least not as much ... Read More »
So what is Sprint’s “amazing idea”? A new $80 plan that it calls All In.
For owners of HTC’s One M9 that happen to be under Sprint’s network umbrella, some good news has just surfaced.
According to HTC’s Mo Versi, the Sprint variant of the One M9 will begin getting its update to Android 5.1 Lollipop on Wednesday, July 1. That’s because the update recently received technical approval from the carrier. As ... Read More »
Last week T-Mobile made waves when it announced JUMP! On Demand, and now it looks like this week is going to belong to Sprint.
Starting today, Sprint customers in more locations will be able to have their new phone delivered to them and set up for free.
Remember Sprint’s promotion that offers to cut your bill in half if you switch from AT&T or Verizon? Well today Sprint extended the offer to one of its prepaid subsidiaries.
On June 17, the FCC made it known that it hit AT&T with a $100 million fine for throttling its unlimited data customers. That’s the biggest single fine against AT&T in the carrier’s history, and perhaps as a way to avoid any kind of fines of that nature, Sprint has decided to opt out ... Read More »