Ting has been allowing consumers to bring inactive Sprint devices onto its service for a while now. Folks with a phone from another carrier haven’t been able to enjoy the same support, but today Ting announced that it’s going to do something ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of T-Mobile’s announcement of its plans to launch the Copper Gold version of the Samsung Galaxy S5, Sprint has revealed that it, too, will launch the golden version of Samsung’s latest flagship.
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Priced at $599.99 without a contract, the Galaxy S5 being sold by Boost and Virgin is the same model ... Read More »
Sprint today announced a beefed up version of its phone insurance program known as Total Equipment Protection (TEP) Plus. The updated offering includes all of the protection that’s included with the regular TEP program, including protection from loss, theft, damage and device malfunction, and adds in the following features:
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HTC has really been intent on delivering updates quickly. Even though its old devices are often left in the dust, devices from the last year are planned to get updates to Sense 6 eventually. One of those devices has now begun receiving the update, and it’s the Sprint HTC One max.
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Data throttling has become increasingly common among US carriers in recent years as unlimited data plans disappear and adoption of smartphones and tablets grows. Recently we learned that Sprint MVNOs Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile will soon begin throttling heavy data users even more than they have in the past, and today it’s ... Read More »
Remember earlier this month when the name “Moto X+1” appeared on Motorola’s own website? Apparently the company didn’t do a thorough job of deleting all references of the device, because the name as once again been discovered on Motorola’s site.
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Some folks like to start their week with a nice cup of coffee or a nice, warm cinnamon roll. Sprint does things a little differently. The company is kicking off its new week by announcing a new Android smartphone.
Back in February, Sprint updated both its Galaxy S 4 and Galaxy Note 3 to Android 4.4.2, the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. Now Sprint has revealed that it’s time for Galaxy S III owners to ... Read More »