The Samsung Galaxy S5 is two years old now, but Samsung is still supporting the device. The Sprint version of the S5 is now getting its update to the latest version of Android along with a host of important security updates.
The Marshmallow update includes Google Now on Tap, Doze mode, ... Read More »
Choosing a carrier is tough. You have to put money down on the service and the phone, so switching is expensive. Back when contracts were a thing, you also had early termination fees to deal with, but thankfully that’s no longer the case for the most part.
Sprint is changing things up with a 30-day ... Read More »
If you’re a Sprint customer excited to get you hands on the LG G5, Sprint has announced the full details of the pre-order and release of the device. You’ll be able to pre-order it on March 24 online and March 25 in-store.
The device will set you back $576 retail, or ... Read More »
In the midst of the terror attack on Belgium, all four major US carriers have come out and announced free calling and texting to Belgium. Verizon users will have free calling and texting to Belgium March 22-23, AT&T users March 22-28, T-Mobile users March 22-25, and Sprint (and Virgin and Boost) users March 22-31.
With a new crop of flagships hitting the market, there’s also a whole flood of new deals popping up. We’ve seen plenty already, but Sprint is offering a new one on this year’s hottest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S7. The carrier is hosting a limited time offer that allows consumers to ... Read More »
After the launch of the LG G5 at MWC 2016, consumers and tech bloggers alike have been awaiting word from LG as to the official pricing of the device. With the G5 being the first mainstream device to feature a modular design, many customers have been curious as to whether or ... Read More »
Are you the owner of a Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge? Well you’re in luck, because both devices are receiving the Marhsmallow update now. Android 6.0 Marhsmallow has tons of great improvements as it is, but Samsung has included a ... Read More »
Falling in line with the other three big carriers, Sprint recently got rid of two-year contracts. It’s been the direction US carriers have been headed in for a while now, with T-Mobile dropping contracts first. Installment plans are the new contract, but it gives people just a ... Read More »