Sprint iPhone 6 Promotion

Here’s how you can try the iPhone 6 for a month for just $5

By on October 14, 2014 at 3:14 PM.

Here’s how you can try the iPhone 6 for a month for just $5

Sprint announced on Tuesday that it would begin offering a “Loyalty Service Credit” for all of its existing customers that will allow them to lease a new iPhone 6 for just $5 a month without changing their plans. The iPhone 6 Plus comes in at $10 a month. More →

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Verizon Sprint Data Plans Pricing Promotion

Verizon and Sprint follow AT&T’s lead with new double data offers

By on October 1, 2014 at 6:15 PM.

Verizon and Sprint follow AT&T’s lead with new double data offers

Over the weekend, AT&T announced a data plan promotion which would allow customers to sign up for double the data at the same price as their current plans. Not to be outdone, both Verizon and Sprint announced their own promotions on Wednesday for customers on MORE Everything plans and Family Share Pack plans, respectively. More →

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Sprint CEO Claure Framily Ads

New Sprint CEO explains why he’s killing Sprint’s godawful ‘Framily’ ads

By on September 11, 2014 at 8:45 PM.

New Sprint CEO explains why he’s killing Sprint’s godawful ‘Framily’ ads

While we’re not aware of any awards for making the year’s worst ad campaign, but if they do exist then 2014’s winner would undoubtedly be Sprint’s godawful “Framily” ads that featured a family sired by a talking hamster. FierceWireless reports via Twitter that incoming Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure seemingly agrees that this year’s “Framily” ads were truly horrible by any standards because they did a lousy job of communicating exactly what Sprint was trying to offer. More →

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Sprint International Wi-Fi Calling

Sprint is offering a great way to save money on calls when you’re overseas

By on August 28, 2014 at 8:15 PM.

Sprint is offering a great way to save money on calls when you’re overseas

Amazing but true: Sprint really does seem to be stepping up its game when it comes to offering more value for customers. Sprint on Thursday announced that it will offer free Wi-Fi calling to customers who travel overseas and who call the United States, Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands. As you might have guessed, Wi-Fi calling lets you make phone calls using your local Wi-Fi network so you don’t have to use a carrier’s cellular network. This obviously eliminates the need for international roaming and thus will save you money on roaming charges as long as you’re within range of a working Wi-Fi hotspot. More →

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Sprint sign

Sprint brings down the hammer with $60 unlimited plan… but there are some catches

By on August 21, 2014 at 12:53 PM.

Sprint brings down the hammer with $60 unlimited plan… but there are some catches

Sprint’s not going down without a fight. The carrier on Thursday announced a new plan for individual subscribers that would give them unlimited talk, text and data for just $60 per month, the lowest price of any unlimited data plan offered by a major wireless carrier in the United States. However, there are a couple of catches with this deal you should probably know about. More →

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T-Mobile Vs. Sprint Customers

T-Mobile finds a new way to kick Sprint when it’s down

By on August 21, 2014 at 11:32 AM.

T-Mobile finds a new way to kick Sprint when it’s down

Things have been going very poorly for Sprint for the last several years and T-Mobile is eager to kick the company while it’s down. T-Mobile on Thursday announced a new program that would give free data plan upgrades to its Simple Choice customers if they refer friends from other major carriers — and T-Mobile made sure to pay special attention to disgruntled Sprint customers. More →

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Sharp Aquos Crystal Sprint Release Date

Sharp’s virtually bezel-free smartphone is officially coming to Sprint

By on August 19, 2014 at 6:05 PM.

Sharp’s virtually bezel-free smartphone is officially coming to Sprint

As we expected, Sprint on Tuesday announced that it would be getting the new Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone exclusively on its network in the United States. Although the Aquos Crystal is a mid-range phone in terms of internal hardware, the device is notable for its display, which comes the closest to being completely bezel-free of any phone we’ve ever seen. More →

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Sprint App Pass Subscription

Sprint now wants you to pay $5 a month for its smartphone bloatware

By on August 19, 2014 at 3:50 PM.

Sprint now wants you to pay $5 a month for its smartphone bloatware

Sprint is ready to bring its carrier bloatware game to a whole new level, as it’s looking to convince customers to pay a monthly subscription fee for an app it will preload on its on-contract devices – the Sprint App Pass. Basically, Sprint is ready to offer subscribers unlimited access to certain apps on their Android devices for as long as they pay the subscription fee, and for as long as they remain with the carrier, Android Police has learned. More →

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Sprint Vs. T-Mobile Network

The biggest reason Sprint’s aggressive new prices might not matter

By on August 19, 2014 at 8:40 AM.

The biggest reason Sprint’s aggressive new prices might not matter

So Sprint has finally gotten with the program by unveiling competitive new plans that double the amount of data available on family plans without raising prices a dime. If nothing else, this is certainly superior to Sprint’s previous strategy of showing us a talking hamster on TV and expecting us to give them money. However, the latest data from RootMetrics shows that there’s a still a huge obstacle to Sprint becoming relevant that has nothing to do with its pricing: Namely, the dilapidated state of its wireless network. More →

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Sprint Family Share Pack

Sprint finally gets serious, unveils more competitive family plans

By on August 19, 2014 at 7:30 AM.

Sprint finally gets serious, unveils more competitive family plans

True to his word, new Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure on Monday unveiled some aggressive new pricing for Sprint family plans and the best part is that the word “Framily” was nowhere to be found in the official announcement. The new Sprint Family Share Pack plans — note the lack of the letter “r” in “family” — will effectively double the amount of data subscribers get for their money. So for example, the $160 per month plan that would give you 10GB of data across four lines now gives you 20GB of data. Verizon and AT&T, for comparison’s sake, still offer 10GB of data for $160 per month. More →

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Sprint Sharp Aquos Crystal Specs and Features

This new smartphone is the closest thing to being bezel-free we’ve yet seen

By on August 18, 2014 at 5:05 PM.

This new smartphone is the closest thing to being bezel-free we’ve yet seen

While handset makers keep slimming down the bezels of their devices, Sharp has designed a smartphone that comes closer than any we’ve ever seen to eliminating bezels all together. The best part is Sharp’s Aquos Crystal phone will be available to American buyers, Engadget reports, as Sprint is getting ready to launch it in the U.S. In fact, Sprint’s Tuesday New York City media event for the Aquos Crystal is aptly called “Take the edge off.” More →

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Sprint Vs. T-Mobile Pricing

New Sprint CEO says ‘very disruptive’ new pricing coming next week

By on August 15, 2014 at 6:15 PM.

New Sprint CEO says ‘very disruptive’ new pricing coming next week

Is Sprint finally ready to stop being the wireless industry’s whipping boy? LightReading reports that new Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure has pledged that Sprint will unveil some “very disruptive” new prices and plans next week, which will hopefully finally get T-Mobile CEO John Legere to shut his trap  about Sprint’s godawful “Framily” campaign (OK, we don’t really expect that to happen, but still…). More →

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T-Mobile Vs. Sprint New CEO

Meet the man charged with shutting up John Legere

By on August 11, 2014 at 3:40 PM.

Meet the man charged with shutting up John Legere

New Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure isn’t in an enviable position — his mobile data network is consistently ranked at the bottom of network speed studies and his carrier as a whole has been shedding subscribers like crazy for years. Added to all this, he’ll have to face the constant taunts from T-Mobile CEO John Legere, who has ruthlessly trolled Sprint by bashing its “Framily” program and urging its customers to “Sprint like hell” away from the carrier. If Claure’s reign as Sprint’s CEO is truly to be a success, then he won’t only help Sprint improve its network and add subscribers again but he’ll also get Legere to shut his trap and get the rest of the mobile industry to take Sprint seriously again. More →

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