Sprint launched its 4G LTE network less than a month back, with further expansion already on its way and set to arrive by the end of September. Granted, the third largest network carrier in the U.S. is still playing catch up to the more extensive 4G LTE networks of the top two operators, Verizon and AT&T. However, if you were looking for a reason to switch to Sprint, it doesn’t get any better than this.
Amazon Wireless is offering a slate of high-end Android devices from Sprint, for only a penny, with the Samsung Galaxy S3 going at half the original on-contract price. Of course, the two-year contractual commitment is still required [...]
There are very limited options for anyone looking to avoid a 2-year contractual commitment that is required by network carriers in the US. While there are prepaid carriers around, the selection of devices is limited and decidedly “last year.” Unless you’re willing to shell out over $700 for an off-contract unlocked device that is.
Boost Mobile, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sprint Nextel, is one such prepaid wireless service, and, as expected, does not feature the latest devices in its lineup. The kind-of-good-news is that Boost Mobile will soon be selling the Sprint Samsung Epic 4G Touch, which is Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S2 variant. Sprint is [...]