Tag Archive: Sprint

Sprint offers $200 for T-Mobile defectors

Sprint on Friday announced a new promotion which puts T-Mobile squarely in its sights. Starting today, and running through April 9, Sprint will guarantee a minimum of $ 200 instant trade-in value to T-Mobile customers who port their phone number. The $ 200 device credit, when attached to the (up to) $ 350 per line ETF credit puts the total deal worth upwards of $ 550. Not too shabby, eh? Wonder what the Un-carrier thinks of this one.

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Report: Google to become MVNO on backs of Sprint and T-Mobile

Google has been working on a solution for mobile service for a while. We haven’t necessarily received any official confirmation, but it has been in reports and rumors for a while. Now, it seems we may be closer than ever to that becoming a reality.

The Information has a report that Nick Fox, a Google executive, is leading what’s called “Project Nova”, which will see Google buying wholesale access to service from T-Mobile and Sprint to provide  [Read More…]

Sprint will lease you an LG G3 or Samsung Galaxy Note 4



Sprint on Friday announced that it will lease the LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 effective today. Both new and existing customers can take advantage of the program; the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S5 are already offered.

The LG G3 can be leased for $ 15 per month over 24 months whereas the Galaxy  [Read More…]

Sprint will now lease you an LG G3 for $15 a month, Galaxy Note 4 for $25

Sprint is adding the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and LG G3 to its Sprint Lease program. Sprint Lease allows customers to get a phone with no money down. The LG G3 will be available for a monthly price of $ 15, while the Galaxy Note 4 will cost $ 25 per month.

Sprint boasts almost 1 million new subscribers in preliminary Q3 2014 report

Sprint today released preliminary results from the third fiscal quarter of 2014, showing the company acquiring almost 1 million new subscribers. Reported growth was driven by the strongest postpaid gross additions in three years, painting a positive picture for the US network.

The Sprint Cup is no more — after 2016

Sprint today announced that it no longer will be the title sponsor of NASCAR’s premier racing circuit at the the conclusion of the 2016 season. Sprint cited “a need to focus more directly on its core business priorities” in a press release today.

The Sprint Cup Series has been in existence since 2004, a following a year of NEXTEL CUP Series (Sprint bought NEXTEL), and that followed 32-year sponsor Winston, whose name adorned the highest level  [Read More…]

Sprint says Android 5.0.1 Lollipop is coming to their Nexus 5 today

Sprint says they will begin rolling out an over-the-air update for its Nexus 5 smartphone today with the version number LRX22C, or more popularly known as Android 5.0.1 Lollipop.

Cricket dangles $100 credit for Sprint, T-Mobile, and other switchers

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AT&T’s MVNO Cricket is taking a shot at Sprint and T-Mobile by offering $ 100 credit to customers who switch from the following carriers:

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Cincinnati Bell Wireless customers would benefit most as the carrier is officially shutting down their service at the end of February 2015. So they would do good to look into  [Read More…]

The Best Sprint Phones

If you’re shopping for Sprint phones, we’ve got a great reference to help you out. Here you’ll find the best phones on Sprint across all platforms, including a quick take on what makes them great, and where their drawbacks lay. If you’re new to the Sprint network or you’re an existing customer looking to upgrade, we should be able to help.

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Sprint will install Uber app on most of its new Android phones

Sprint will pre-load the Uber app on most of its new Android smartphones in a new partnership, and Sprint is also offering $ 20 towards a user’s first Uber ride during the month of December for its customers.