Sprint Announces More Affordable 4G LTE Tablet Data Plans

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Hot on the heels of Sprint announcing that it will in fact be supporting Apple’s newly unveiled fourth generation iPad and the more diminutive iPad Mini, both with 4G LTE connectivity, on its network, the Now Network has just announced new data plans for 4G LTE connected tablets. These plans won’t be specific to iPads […]

Photos of Sprint-Bound LG Snapshot Leaked


It looks like LG is planning yet another smartphone for Sprint’s Now Network as the latest leaked device from the Life is Good manufacturer is the LG Snapshot, which has appeared on a blurry photo. The Snapshot has not yet been announced by Sprint nor LG and follows a string of leaked LG devices for the […]

Sprint Can Capitalize On New Opportunities But It Needs an LTE Network Now


The nation’s third largest wireless carrier may be the beneficiary of subscriber growth if Verizon’s planned termination of grandfathered unlimited data plans comes into effect with LTE shared data plans, but the Now Network first needs to have a 4G LTE network now. As Sprint is the only major national wireless carrier in the States […]

Sprint Expands Carrier Billing Options for Google Play Store


It looks like Sprint’s and Google’s partnership–which so far has graced areas such as Google Voice and Google Wallet–is about to expand carrier billing. Previously, Now Network subscribers were able to only charge the purchases of apps to their Sprint phone bills, but an expanded agreement between Sprint and Google will now allow consumers to […]

Sprint Canceling Early Upgrades on June 1st?

Sprint Ending Early Upgrades on June 1st?

In an effort to cut expenses, it appears that Sprint will be decommissioning its early upgrade program that allowed customers to cancel within 10-14 days of an expiring contract. The evidence, supplied by TechnoBuffalo, reveals Sprint’s plans to end the policy effective June 1st. If true, and it looks like it is, that only gives […]

Sprint Brings Enhanced 3G to Atlanta for Faster Download Speeds


Atlanta users on Sprint’s 3G Now Network will be able to experience faster mobile broadband speeds as Sprint has now turned on enhanced 3G support for that metropolitan area. Sprint, which had been one of the earlier carriers to lead the campaign for 3G speeds with commercials aimed and targeted at comparing its faster speeds […]

Sprint Announces 3 New 4G LTE Devices as Part of Network Vision


Sprint announced three new 4G LTE devices as CES kicks off. The carrier, which has in the past operated on rival 4G WiMax technology, is now beginning its transition to LTE technology as part of its Network Vision strategy to offer customers more robust and faster mobile broadband speeds, which will allow faster downloads and […]

Intel, Samsung Prepping Atom-Powered Android 4.0 Phone For Sprint?


Come this January at the Consumer Electronics Show, some big announcements could be coming from the Intel x86 architecture camp where it relates to Google’s Android platform. There is speculation that Intel and Samsung could partner together to launch the first Atom-powered Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone for Sprint’s Now Network, giving Sprint yet […]

New Huawei Mobile Hotspot, Smartphone Rumored for Sprint


A number of new devices were outed on Sprint’s inventory computer system. A leaked screen shot of the system shows that two new devices from Huawei and one laptop from Lenovo will be headed to the Now Network, though at this point it’s unclear if those devices will be 3G, 4G WiMax, or dual-mode 3G/4G […]

iPhone 4S Now Best Selling Device on Sprint

Family of four said that they'd only adopt the iPhone if it ever came to Sprint. Image courtesy of Caroline Semerdjian.

The iPhone 4S is achieving sales record, and according to the carrier, it is now the best-selling device on Sprint’s lineup, dethroning the popular HTC EVO 4G, which is now over a year old and is also the best-selling smartphone on manufacturer HTC’s lineup. In Sprint, the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S models have found […]

Huawei V55 Sprint Tablet at FCC Looks Eerily Like an HTC EVO View 4G

Over at the FCC, a 10-inch Huawei tablet was spotted awaiting for approval for use on Sprint’s Now Network. What’s intriguing is that the rear design of the China-made Huawei tablet looks very similar in design aesthetics to the HTC Flyer, or Sprint’s variant known as the HTC EVO View 4G. Unlike the HTC tablet […]

Sprint HTC EVO 3D Burning Up?


Hot sales of the HTC EVO 3D isn’t Sprint’s only problem as the carrier is trying to keep its store shelves stocked with the wildly popular smartphone successor to the original HTC EVO 4G. Owners of the Sprint HTC EVO 3D on various forums are reporting overheating issues related to the latest dual-core Snapdragon smartphone. […]

Sprint Increases Upload Speeds on 4G Phones


Users of Sprint’s 4G smartphones will benefit from increased upload speeds as the carrier prepares for the launch of the flagship HTC EVO 3D smartphone. While most users will probably not notice the upload speed increase, which is jumping from 1.0 Mbps to 1.5 Mbps, as consumers mostly consume content on their phones, which is […]

Is Recent Apple Job Post Geared at Sprint iPhone Development?


A recent job posting for a carrier engineering team member for Apple located in Kansas City, Missouri may be geared at a forthcoming Sprint iPhone. A few blogs are speculating that given the job’s Kansas City location’s proximity to Sprint’s Overland Park, Kansas headquarters, the job posting may be targeted at an upcoming launch of […]

Sprint Announces Rugged Motorola Titanium with Keyboard

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The Sprint Motorola Titanium is similar in design to the Motorola XPRT that was announced today for the Now Network, but features rugged attributes like the Motorola i1 that was released last year for Sprint’s iDEN network. The device features a similar keyboard to the Sprint Motorola XPRT, the Motorola Droid Pro, and the Motorola […]

Sprint Announces Motorola XPRT

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The Motorola XPRT is an enterprise-focused Android smartphone aimed at luring BlackBerry owners to the more consumer-centric mobile operating system. The device will be compatible on Sprint’s 3G CDMA/EV-DO network and is similar to the Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid Pro or the global GSM Motorola Pro handsets, which features a 3.1-inch touchscreen and a BlackBerry-style […]

Sprint’s $1 Billion Infusion in Clearwire Demonstrates WiMax Commitment


After having agreed to new wireless wholesale terms, Sprint and Clearwire have resolved their differences resulting in Sprint injecting $1 billion into Clearwire during this year and next year. After speculations that Sprint may ditch WiMax to use the rival LTE 4G protocol instead, the cash infusion demonstrates the carrier’s commitment into Clearwire’s 4G WiMax […]

Sprint Adds a Touch of Green to Android with Samsung Replenish


In San Francisco, California at the Climate One discussion, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse unveiled Sprint’s latest eco-friendly efforts in the form of the Samsung Replenish, an eco-conscious Android smartphone. While the phone is touted as environmentally friendly, it doesn’t skimp on specs and the Samsung Replenish should be able to take on messaging devices with […]