Sprint is the latest carrier to launch a rollover data-style feature.
Starting today, Monthly Rolling Data is available with Sprint Prepaid plans at Best Buy. As the feature’s name suggests, it lets you roll your unused data from one month into the next. Sprint says that users ... Read More »
LG recently confirmed that the global rollout for its latest flagship, the G4, would begin this week. Unfortunately for those in the U.S., there’s just a bit more waiting to be done before they get their hands on the high-end handset. Those under Sprint’s network umbrella at least have a date to circle ... Read More »
Android 5.1.1 has already begun arriving on some devices, and now Sprint is adding to the mix by saying that the newest software for Google’s mobile operating system is on the way to the Nexus 5.
Sprint has recently updated the support page for the Nexus 5, and it outlines that the Android 5.1.1 ... Read More »
On April 21, LG officially unveiled the G Stylo, a smartphone with a 5.7-inch display and an included stylus for good measure. A week later, T-Mobile confirmed that the new Android-powered handset would be making its way to the magenta carrier sometime in the spring.
Not to be outdone, though, the G Stylo ... Read More »
For subscribers under Sprint’s network umbrella that also own an aging Samsung Galaxy S4, there’s some good news: The Now Network has confirmed that Android 5.0 Lollipop is on the way.
Today, Sprint detailed the over the air (OTA) rollout of Android 5.0 for both the standard Galaxy S4 and the Spark variant. On ... Read More »
If you’re a Sprint LG G2 owner, you’re in for a good time. Sprint announced that the Lollipop for its version of the G2 is now rolling out. The build is ZVG and will bring you to the current version of Android, which includes a bunch of great stuff: Material design, new user interface, support for ... Read More »
Reports from more than a few new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge owners have begun to surface online alleging that auto-rotation issues on the device are widespread with no fix available right now.
Both Verizon and XDA forums have threads several pages long with Verizon and Sprint users complaining ... Read More »
Sprint is launching a new service that’s definitely a first for the wireless industry. It’s called Sprint Direct 2 You and it aims to make the process of purchasing and setting up a new phone easier. The concept is that when you’re ready to purchase a new phone, you can simply pick it ... Read More »
Sprint has announced a new program called International Value Roaming, which allows customers to get free unlimited international data and texting in 15 different countries, as well as being able to make calls for just $0.20 per minute. Last year, T-Mobile began offering a similar program, which proved popular with many. Like T-Mobile’s program, ... Read More »
Sprint is now pushing out an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop for two of its largest phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note Edge. Manufacturers are in full swing for updating devices to Lollipop and Sprint and Samsung have both been on top of their ... Read More »