T-Mobile Vs Sprint

The stupidest thing Sprint has done in a long, long time

By on April 13, 2016 at 9:41 AM.

The stupidest thing Sprint has done in a long, long time

Having to compete with the constant onslaught of insults lobbed their way by outspoken T-Mobile CEO John Legere can, at times, drive some rival carrier executives crazy. We’ve seen it before and we’ll see it again. Wireless carriers are generally pretty old school, and they’re simply not used to having to deal with attacks like this on social media. They often get rattled, and when you’re rattled you make mistakes. Mistakes like, say, posting one of the most tasteless promotional videos we’ve ever seen.

We hope you’re sitting down for this one. More →

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Fastest LTE Network America

Which carrier has the fastest LTE network in America?

By on February 2, 2016 at 8:49 AM.

Which carrier has the fastest LTE network in America?

Verizon has long been thought of as the nation’s broadest network, with coverage that always seems to stretch to areas where other networks don’t. AT&T is no stranger to vast network coverage either, and T-Mobile constantly touts the improvements made recently to its always-expanding 4G LTE network in TV commercials. Meanwhile Sprint continues to build out its network as well, still recovering from the WiMax mistake it made early on.

With all of this 4G coverage all over the country, one question still remains: Which carrier has the fastest 4G LTE network? More →

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Boost Mobile Unlockd Deal

You’re probably going to hate Sprint’s latest plan to save you money

By on January 27, 2016 at 10:00 PM.

You’re probably going to hate Sprint’s latest plan to save you money

T-Mobile turned the wireless industry on its head when it began its “Un-carrier” initiatives a few years ago, and it instantly became the most important carrier in the United States. We’re not saying T-Mobile’s moves have all been made out of the kindness of its heart, of course, but the carrier made waves by addressing subscribers’ pain points and introducing initiatives that were actually consumer-friendly. In an industry that has long been known to milk customers at every opportunity, this was and continues to be a big deal.

Now, postpaid and prepaid carriers alike are in constant battle as they seek out new ways to undercut rivals and draw interest from consumers. Sometimes this competition leads to great new promotions. Sometimes, however, it leads to ideas that might end up doing more harm than good. More →

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Verizon Sprint Cramming Charges Refund Deadline

You only have one week left to claim ‘cramming’ refunds from Verizon and Sprint

By on December 24, 2015 at 9:13 AM.

You only have one week left to claim ‘cramming’ refunds from Verizon and Sprint

Did you get overcharged by Sprint or Verizon for subscription services that you never signed up for and never used? If so then you should know that you have only a week left to reclaim the money that’s rightfully yours. If you’ve been hit with “cramming” fees by Verizon and Sprint, the deadline to get your money back is coming up on December 31st. After that, you’ll lose the opportunity to make a claim for refunds. More →

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Switch Carriers AT&T Sprint T-Mobile Verizon

How to switch cell phone carriers the easy way

By on December 8, 2015 at 3:05 PM.

How to switch cell phone carriers the easy way

With Christmas coming up, the chances are that good you’re considering buying a new smartphone. The special Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are already gone, but you can still get the smartphone upgrade of your dreams for a great price. However, you might have to deal with carrier contracts to make your dream a reality, and you might even have to switch carriers to get a better offer on a particular phone model – or you might want to change mobile operators for entirely different reasons.

The bad news is that there might be some costs involved that you’d better be ready to pay up. The good news is that you can easily switch carriers if you want and some of them will be prepared to take care of those extra those costs for you. More →

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T-Mobile Vs. Sprint $200 Offer

T-Mobile is giving Sprint customers $200 to switch

By on November 25, 2015 at 10:52 AM.

T-Mobile is giving Sprint customers $200 to switch

Sprint wants to reduce T-Mobile customers’ rates by 50%. T-Mobile, on the other hand, wants to just give Sprint customers $200. T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced on Twitter that T-Mobile is going to give Sprint customers $200 for every line they switch over to the “Un-carrier.”  More →

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Sprint Vs. T-Mobile CEO Twitter Fight

T-Mobile CEO rips Sprint’s new offer apart in epic Twitter tirade

By on November 18, 2015 at 3:06 PM.

T-Mobile CEO rips Sprint’s new offer apart in epic Twitter tirade

Sprint on Wednesday unveiled a new offer to cut the rates that customers are paying for their wireless services in half if they switch from Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile. We already pointed out some potential shortcomings with Sprint’s offer and we’re not at all surprised to see that T-Mobile CEO John Legere has taken to Twitter to rip the new Sprint offer apart. More →

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Sprint Save 50% Ad

Sprint promotes new ‘Save 50%’ offer with the most annoying ad ever

By on November 18, 2015 at 2:13 PM.

Sprint promotes new ‘Save 50%’ offer with the most annoying ad ever

Sprint on Wednesday unveiled its latest attempt to lure people away from rival carriers by offering to cut your wireless rates by 50% if you switch from AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile. This is very similar to the carrier’s offer to cut new customers’ wireless bills in half if they switched over from AT&T or Verizon last year, although this time T-Mobile has been included in the mix. The offer starts on November 20th and will promise savings thgouh January 8th, 2018. More →

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iPhone 6s Upgrade Program T-Mobile Sprint

Apple’s iPhone upgrade program looks like bad news for Verizon and AT&T

By on November 2, 2015 at 1:40 PM.

Apple’s iPhone upgrade program looks like bad news for Verizon and AT&T

When Apple announced the iPhone 6s in early September, the company also introduced a new payment system called the iPhone Upgrade Program. Apple’s iPhone financing scheme is similar to what many carriers are already offering, with pricing starting at around $32 per month for the 16GB iPhone 6s. However, Apple also includes an AppleCare warranty in its offer and the iPhone comes factory unlocked, meaning the customer can choose any carrier in the world for wireless service.

A new report indicates that some carriers are already profiting from Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program, especially smaller ones such as T-Mobile and Sprint. More →

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Sprint Unlimited Data Plans Throttling

Sprint to start throttling some unlimited data users – here are the details

By on October 16, 2015 at 2:49 PM.

Sprint to start throttling some unlimited data users – here are the details

Sprint is following T-Mobile’s lead again, but not in a way that will make some unlimited data users happy. Sprint CTO John Saw announced on Friday that the carrier is going to start throttling some unlimited data users during periods of network congestion if they’ve already gone over 23GB of data in a given monthly period. More →

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