If you’re a Sprint customer looking to get a new phone, it’ll soon be a good time to do so. Sprint will soon offer a 32-inch Samsung TV with the purchase of a qualifying Samsung smartphone. Both new customers and existing customers that are upgrading or adding a new line will be eligible.
The lively competition between Sprint and T-Mobile is carrying on today with T-Mobile firing the latest shot. The self-named “Un-carrier” has announced that it will an give extra $200 per line to every Sprint customer that switches during the holiday season. That extra $200 is in addition to T-Mobile offering up ... Read More »
The Sprint countdown has run down, revealing a new promotion that promises to cut your bill in half and give you up to $650 to cover your termination fees if you switch to Sprint from AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile. Sprint’s new promotion starts on November 20 and runs through January 6 of ... Read More »
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.