Tag Archive: Sprint


Galaxy S10 5G now available at Verizon as Sprint launches LG V50

What you need to know Verizon’s first 5G phone (after the 5G Moto Mod) is now available starting at $ 1300 Verizon 5G available in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis From $ 54/mo at Verizon — Galaxy S10 5G Sprint’s first 5G phone, the LG V50, coming May 31 Sprint 5G available in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and Kansas City From $ 24/mo at Sprint — LG V50 ThinQ

Verizon may have been the first to launch 5G, but  [Read More…]

The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a are likely coming to Sprint and T-Mobile

According to sources at 9to5Google and Android Police, the Pixel 3 lineup will begin selling at T-Mobile and Sprint Both of those carriers will also sell the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL Carrier announcements likely coming at Google I/O next week

Google’s Pixel lineup has been Verizon exclusive since 2016, and while its phones work on all four U.S. carriers when purchased unlocked, it appears that Google will be expanded its carrier footprint in the U.S.

According  [Read More…]

T-Mobile delays Sprint merger following holdup at the DOJ

The new deadline is now July 29.

Initially when T-Mobile announced that it was merging with Sprint, a deadline for the deal to be completed had been set for March 29, 2019. However, thanks to a holdup with the Department of Justice’s Antiturst chief, that date has been missed.

As a result of this, T-Mobile is delaying the merger completion date with a new deadline now set for July 29.

A little over a week ago, we  [Read More…]

DOJ says T-Mobile and Sprint merger ‘unlikely’ to be approved

The $ 26 billion deal could be in trouble.

We’ve been talking about the T-Mobile and Sprint merger for a while now, and about a year since it was initially announced, it looks like it could be in trouble. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Department of Justice isn’t so keen on the impending merger.

The report reads:

Justice Department staffers have told T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. that their planned merger is unlikely to  [Read More…]

Sprint dangles 30-day trials and $900 incentives to switch carriers

Sprint on Friday launched a new satisfaction guarantee to attract new customers to its improved LTE coverage. As such, the carrier promises a 30-day risk free trial of its service for anyone who isn’t 100% happy.

If a customer signs up and isn’t satisfied with the network and its speeds, Sprint will refund all phone costs, service charges, and any other fees. Moreover, it will do the same for any existing customer who adds a line to their account.

You’ll  [Read More…]

Pre-order the new LG G8 at Sprint and get a $150 gift card

The new flagship.

Are you ready for the LG G8 ThinQ smartphone? Its release is right around the corner on April 11. If you’re planning to pre-order it, you can get it from Sprint for just $ 15 a month on a Flex Lease. The promotion includes a $ 150 gift card, too!

The deal requires an 18-month lease with a new line of service based on approved credit. You will also need to register for it  [Read More…]

Google Fi will rely on Sprint to deliver 5G to compatible phones

Google extends its partnership with Sprint to include 5G.

Google Fi customers can look forward to 5G connectivity by way of Sprint. Google is extending its partnership with the carrier to include 5G, with the MVNO leveraging Sprint’s infrastructure to roll out 5G.

Sprint is building its network on the mid-band 2.5 GHz spectrum and “cutting-edge Massive MIMO” tech, with the carrier touting 10s increased in bandwidth over current-gen LTE networks. The carrier will deploy its 5G  [Read More…]

New leak shows the LG V50 ThinQ with full Sprint 5G branding

I thinQ it’s a little late to be prepping new phones for MWC.

We’re just over a week from LG’s event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 24, where the LG G8 will be publicly unveiled — not that LG hasn’t already been promoting tons of G8 features already. With all the G8 details we’ve seen, it may seem like there won’t be much to announce day-of, but maybe LG’s getting out more G8 details early so  [Read More…]

T-Mobile and Sprint merger facing new criticism from Democratic lawmakers

There are concerns over potential price hikes and job cuts.

Following its announcement last August, Sprint and T-Mobile have been working around the clock to get their industry-changing merger approved from all the necessary committees and departments. While things have been smooth sailing so far from the right, the merger is now being faced with new criticism on the other side of the aisle.

Per a report from The New York Times, Democratic lawmakers are taking issue  [Read More…]

AT&T is being sued by Sprint for falsely advertising 5G on its phones

The 5G Evolution drama continues.

In late December last year, AT&T announced that it was starting to put “5GE” indicators on some of its phones in areas where subscribers are using its upgraded LTE network. The speeds on the upgraded network are faster than regular LTE, but it’s still not true 5G.

Not being too keen about this trickery, Sprint’s decided to issue a lawsuit against AT&T.

Per part of the lawsuit:

AT&T has employed numerous deceptive  [Read More…]