Throttling data for those still attached to unlimited data plans isn’t anything new, and apparently Sprint wants to jump onto that bandwagon, too.
Based on an announcement made by the Now Network on October 16, the carrier will rollout a new policy, one that it calls “Quality of Service” (QoS). With this new policy, heavy ... Read More »
Sprint has seen fit that the mobile market needs another family plan, and so the Now Network has debuted a brand new Family Share Pack to compete with the other major wireless carriers.
This new offer is for four lines that offers unlimited talk and text, while throwing in 10GB of high-speed data that is ... Read More »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Switching carriers is not something people do as often as they switch phones, at least not typically. But ever since T-Mobile unveiled Un-carrier 4.0 and offered to pay the early termination fees (ETF) for those who switched to the magenta carrier, the other networks have been working hard to offer their own incentives to ... Read More »
While Android 5.1 had been present on some Android One handsets already, Google made the update to the mobile platform official not too long ago, with wording that suggested the new software should be rolling out to some Nexus handsets sooner rather than later. As far as Sprint’s concerned, the update should be rolling ... Read More »
On February 5, a leaked document suggested that HTC’s One (M8) for Sprint would receive its update to Android 5.0 Lollipop beginning February 13, one week from today. The paper also suggested that the date printed was subject to change.
Turns out, it has changed. Sprint has confirmed that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update ... Read More »