Tag Archive: Sprint


Deal: LG G6 and V20 on sale at Sprint and T-Mobile

Sprint and T-Mobile are both offering discounts on LG phones.

The LG G6 is nearing five months old, and carriers are already starting to offer discounts on it. Sprint and T-Mobile both announced discounts on LG’s 2017 flagship.

The Uncarrier is offering a free (after rebate) LG G6 or V20 when the user activates a G6 or V20 on another line. The rebate comes in the form of a prepaid debit card.

Sprint is offering the G6  [Read More…]

Essential Phone pre-orders begin today from Sprint

The moment you’ve all been waiting for is finally here – the Essential Phone is up for pre-order through the exclusive US carrier Sprint. Multiple delays have seen the estimated shipping date earlier in the Summer come and go. Andy Ruben was very vocal and transparent on Twitter about the delay and only yesterday confirmed […]

Sprint now lets you use voice and data simultaneously on Galaxy S8

Sprint adds new calling feature to its version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.

Sprint has released an over-the-air (OTA) update for its version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. In addition to the usual round of bug fixes and security improvements (not that those aren’t important), the company also took the time to add its new “Calling Plus” feature.

The feature allows users to use voice and data at the same time, no  [Read More…]

The best Android phones at Sprint (August 2017)

Here are the best phones available from Sprint as you head back to school.

BlackBerry KEYone now available in Sprint brick and mortar stores

Since July 14, the BlackBerry KEYone has been available at Sprint, but only online. Well as of this week, you can pick-up the handset from brick and mortar Sprint locations, as well. The smartphone offers support for all major GSM and CDMA networks, so it should work with any carrier. It costs $ 528 a pop. […]

Deal: Save 50% on a brand new LG G6 from Sprint

If you’re in the market for a new device, the LG G6 is still one of the best Android phones you can buy right now. If you sign up for Sprint’s Unlimited Freedom Plan you can snag the awesome LG G6 phone for half off. With zero down for the device, you’ll pay just $ 14.75 a month for 24 months (down from the usual full price of $ 30 per month) in addition to the well-priced $  [Read More…]

Project Fi vs. Sprint: Which should you buy?

It’s Sprint vs. Project Fi in this head-to-head comparison.

Sprint and Project Fi are both network providers, but have very different strategies and sets of operations. Sprint is a company that owns its own equipment and everything required to build a nationwide LTE network in the U.S., complete with voice calls and messaging service. Project Fi is an alternative carrier, or MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator). That means it buys service from companies like Sprint that have the physical  [Read More…]

Don’t get stuck with an old phone with Sprint

Sprint is today announcing a new scheme called Sprint Flex that aims to make it easier to purchase a new device. How I hear you ask? Here’s how it works: Choose a phone and start paying monthly with our lowest cost down today. Benefit from annual upgrades with iPhone Forever and Galaxy Forever at no […]

Sprint Flex lets you lease a new smartphone now, buy or upgrade later

Do I really want to own this phone?

When you’re upgrading to a new device, it can be hard to know if it’s a device you’ll want to keep for a few years, especially if you haven’t held it and played with it yet.

When you upgrade, though, most carriers have two plans and want you to pick one: installments to own the phone or monthly fees to lease the phone. So what if you chose the latter but  [Read More…]

Sprint head Masayoshi Son said to have talked to Warren Buffet and John Malone about potential deals

Possible Berkshire Hathaway deal worth $ 10 billion according to insiders.

Sprint chairman Masayoshi Son held separate talks with Warren Buffet and Liberty Broadband chair John Malone at a recent CEO conference in Idaho, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Son has been very proactive about exploring the options for Sprint, and we’ve seen talks of a renewed interest in a merger with T-Mobile as well as “official” talks with Charter Communications and Comcast since May 2017 that would  [Read More…]