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…]
The LG G6 was unveiled at MWC 2017 and immediately after – on March 2 – the company made it available for pre-order for customers in South Korea. But how about the rest of the world, you might wonder? When are LG fans in the US going to be able to grab the device. Well […]
Yesterday we’ve seen an alleged Moto Z (2017) make rounds online. Well it appears, Motorola isn’t particularly secretive about the new phone, as the device has already been spotted in the wild. Sprint and Motorola recently parented up to show off the carrier’s upcoming Gigabit Class LTE service during a New Orleans Pelicans vs Toronto […]
Sprint Galaxy S7 and S7 edge users are now picking up the stable Nougat update.
After T-Mobile and AT&T, Sprint is now rolling out the stable Nougat update to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The update is rolling out to beta testers right now, and should make its way to all users shortly.
As beta users were already on Nougat builds, the stable release comes in at just 167MB, but those running Marshmallow will receive the [Read More…]
If at first you don’t succeed …
CNBC reports that Softbank still has goals of a Sprint / T-Mobile merger becoming a valid number three carrier in the U.S. and it has a novel way of getting it to happen this time: giving control of Sprint to Deutsche Telekom and becoming a minor partner in a new combined network.
In 2014, Softbank, which owned Sprint after a $ 21.6 billion 2013 investment, was set to purchase T-Mobile [Read More…]
When it comes to merger rumors, one of the hallmark cases goes to Sprint and T-Mobile, which has been put on the table more than a few times over the years.
Now, Reuters reports that SoftBank, the company that owns 83 percent of Sprint, is preparing to start negotiations with Deutsche Telekom, all in hopes of merging Sprint and T-Mobile. According to the information, SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son is frustrated with the lack of growth from Sprint would cede control [Read More…]
All four major carriers in the U.S. offer unlimited data plans. But which is the best?
With Verizon bringing back an unlimited data plan, the big four networks in the United States (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon) all carry an unlimited data plan now. That’s important for power users as well as anyone who uses their mobile broadband internet as their sole way to stay in touch or for entertainment. The cost of data overages means that [Read More…]
You get a free line, and you get a free line, and you get a free line!!
In Sprint’s latest push to haul in new customers, the yellow carrier announced a new Unlimited talk, text, and data plan that was $ 50 for one person, $ 40 for the second line, and $ 30 for each line after that. Well, lines three, four, and five just got a lot cheaper for a limited time. 100% cheaper, to be exact.
That’s a lot of data!
Sprint dropped a press release about customer data usage at the big game and the ways they were able to provide enough of it.
Customers used almost 5TB of data inside and directly adjacent to the Houston stadium on February 5. That’s three times as much as the 2016 Super Bowl and eight times more than the 2015 game. And the network speed was nothing to sneeze at, either.
Network speeds varied [Read More…]
Sprint has been on a subscriber push as of late.
You’ve no doubt seen the commercials recently, featuring Verizon’s old “Can You Hear Me Now” spokesman. Those ads have been a bit of a hard sell, but a new plan from Sprint is hoping to lure in more new subscribers: $ 50 a month for unlimited talk, text and data.
If you don’t have home internet, it’s quite easy to rack up a huge data bill [Read More…]