Limited-time promotion is like having a fourth line for free
Sprint today introduced a new, limited-time deal for families of up to four users in need of lots of mobile data. Available starting from February 12, Sprint will offer a plan of four lines of service with unlimited talk, text, and data for $ 150 per month. Moreover, accounts also receive 3GB of mobile hotspot and Sprint Global Roaming with unlimited 2G data and text messaging in select countries.
If you want to upgrade to a new phone, now might be just the perfect time for that. Sprint is offering its customers a guaranteed $ 200 savings if they choose a new Samsung Galaxy S6 or the Galaxy Note 5 and trade in their current working smartphone.
The $ 200 trade-in is only available for those who already own their devices and not the ones whose phones are on a lease. For those who are eligible [Read More…]
Sprint is pushing forward with another deal for those interested in Samsung’s Galaxy S6 or Note 5 by giving a $ 200 credit with a working trade-in. That’s right, as long as you own your current smartphone, and not lease it, you can bring it in to your local Sprint store and save $ 200 on the cost of a new Galaxy S6 or Note 5. With these savings, well-qualified customers can grab the 32GB Galaxy S6 [Read More…]
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now starting to roll out to the HTC One M9 on Sprint, according to the carrier’s software update page. Though the update began rolling out today, February 5, according to the page, Sprint notes that the staged rollout may take several days to reach everyone.
In any case, once the update lands, you should find yourself running firmware version 3.41.651.3. Along with Android 6.0, you’ll snag new features like the Doze, granular app [Read More…]
Just over a month after its unlocked counterpart, the HTC One A9 on Sprint is all set to receive its update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. While the release is a minor bump in version number, it most notably brings the addition of many new emoji. Here’s the full breakdown of what’s new, as detailed by HTC:
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update Battery life improvements Camera feature improvements Addition of Wi-Fi Calling Functionality System enhancements
Users should be able [Read More…]
It looks like HTC One M8 owners on Sprint have a fluffy sweet treat to look forward to, as the Marshmallow update should be headed out to the device imminently. That’s according to HTC’s Mo Versi, who says the company just received technical approval on the update, and the over-the-air-update will start tonight, January 29.
Sprint HTC One M8 / M8 HK Owners! Great news, we have received technical approval on the Marshmallow OS [Read More…]
Sprint has published the company’s financial earnings report for Q3 2015. The major U.S. carrier made an operating loss of $ 197 million, which is a substantial improvement over Q2’s $ 585 million in the red. The company also added the highest number of porting postpaid phone customers in three years. Net additions for this most recent quarter totalled 501,000, which is an improvement of 471,000 year-over-year.
Postpaid smartphone additions were 366,000. The report boasted Q3 [Read More…]
Are you in the market for a new smartphone? Is Sprint the service provider you’re considering? You’re in luck! We’re here to help you pick out that next handset. If you’re an existing smartphone owner, picking out an upgrade won’t be too much of a challenge. But, for others, particularly first-time buyers, the idea of buying an Android might make them nervous.
Which is the newest phone? What is the best phone? Which is the one that’s going to give me [Read More…]
T-Mobile is aiming at Sprint customers again, this time with a promotion for those who make the jump to its prepaid subsidiary, MetroPCS. Not only is MetroPCS looking to save you some cash on your monthly bill, but the carrier will also give you a free phone, up to a $ 50 value, when you bring your line over to its network. The promotion begins on January 21, and to take part all you have to do [Read More…]
It seems like every other week another wireless carrier is dangling a limited time promotional rate plan. T-Mobile today announced a deal that looks to steal away Sprint subscribers by means of discounted rates and free handsets.
Whether targeting single line users or families, it feels as if there’s always some money to save by switching service providers. Brand loyalty and allegiance means very little today as customers can skate out of early termination fees and have their phones paid off in [Read More…]