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Sprint Unlimited Data Plans Throttling

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

October 16th, 2015

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 …

Verizon Vs. AT&T Vs. Sprint Vs. T-Mobile: New York

Watch out, Verizon: Sprint and T-Mobile are making big progress in NYC

October 8th, 2015

Sprint and T-Mobile offer some incredible wireless deals. The downside, however, is that they’ve traditionally offered inferior service compared to Verizon and AT&T. However, RootMetrics’ latest study of all four major wireless carriers in New York City has found that Sprint and T-Mobile are improving by leaps and bounds in the Big Apple.

Sprint 600MHz Auction AT&T Verizon

Sprint’s bold gambit to catch up with AT&T and Verizon

September 29th, 2015

Next year, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to hold an auction for spectrum on the 600MHz band, which is prime real estate for wireless carriers that want contiguous low-band spectrum for their wireless services. Sprint, however, will not be taking part in it. You may find this strange since Sprint has traditionally languished behind AT&T …

Why Is Sprint's LTE Network So Slow

Sprint’s network has been so bad that even fixing it made things worse

August 6th, 2015

Former Sprint CEO Dan Hesse didn’t exactly turn Sprint into a dynamo under his watch, but you can’t really blame him for that. After all, his tenure as CEO was hindered from the very start by the poor choices that Sprint had made prior to his arrival, most notably the decision to acquire Nextel and the decision …