Boost Mobile is getting a pretty great new budget phone in the ZTE Max XL.
ZTE and Sprint have announced a new $ 130 phone that aims to keep people working for up to two full days.
The ZTE Max XL (or MAX XL if you’re annoying about it) features a 6-inch 1080p LCD display covered in Gorilla Glass 3, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 13MP rear camera, and a whopping [Read More…]
New Sprint customers and upgraders can get a solid deal when picking up two Galaxy S8s this week.
The Galaxy S8 launch hype is real, and Sprint is capitalizing on the buzz with a two-for-one deal that gives you two of the hottest Samsung phones for the price of one. The caveat, of course, is that this deal comes by way of Sprint’s “Galaxy Forever” lease program, meaning you’re actually signing up for two leases, but only have to [Read More…]
If you like Sprint’s coverage but not its prices, check out an MVNO.
Sprint’s network is used by a wide variety of MVNOs, many of which allow you to bring your old Sprint device onto one of their cheaper, no-contract plans.
Sprint’s network offers a combination of CDMA-based 3G and modern LTE which only supports devices with specific frequencies. That means your phone will need to support CDMA service on 3G in order to make calls and [Read More…]
If you’re looking for a middle-range device to buy this spring, Sprint has just the thing for you. The carrier is now offering the new Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) under the name Galaxy J7 Perx. The same device was so far available as the Galaxy J7 V with Verizon. Now at Sprint the Perx can […]
As anticipated, Sprint announced this week it will be ending its long-running Switch to Sprint and save 50% on Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile rates. The carrier also introduced an adjusted version of its original Unlimited Freedom plan, which will be available all the way through mid-2018. New customers should be able to take advantage of […]
Nougat for 2015-era phones, thanks to Samsung and Sprint.
The 2015-era Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ are getting their Nougat updates on Sprint today. The phones, which are still in use by millions around the world, were promised an update to Android 7.0 back in January, and it’s great to see Samsung (and its carrier partners) following through on their claim with relative haste.
The Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ benefit from the [Read More…]
Sprint is getting rid of its metered plans entirely as it moves to a single unlimited plan.
Sprint has announced its intention to get rid of its metered plans and go all-in on unlimited as it tries to find a balance between the intensely competitive U.S. wireless market and its own need to keep revenues high.
The company is ending its long-standing 50%-off deal, which offered up to four lines for $ 90 per month to new customers, and [Read More…]
Back in 2014, US carrier Sprint introduced a “ground-breaking” promotion which awarded customers switching from Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile the same amount of data, talk and text at half a price. Sprint continued the offer it sporadically throughout 2015, 2016 and then 2017, but according to a recent report it seems the carrier will be […]
LG G6 is already in the hands of a few lucky customers.
U.S. carriers have kicked off pre-orders for the LG G6 ahead of its debut in the country on April 7, and customers that have ordered the device are already starting to see shipping notices, with deliveries scheduled for later this week. T-Mobile was the first carrier to announce pricing, and the first to ship the handset to customers.
A few AT&T and Sprint customers that [Read More…]
Sprint is also throwing in a free 49-inch television and Google Home.
Last, but not least, Sprint has finally released details on its part in the LG G6 launch. The shiny metal-and-glass smartphone will debut on April 7 at Sprint stores and online for $ 708.
Sprint is using the G6 launch as a way to herald its network’s High Performance User Equipment (HPUE) abilities. What does that mean? To you, dear user, it doesn’t mean too [Read More…]