Sprint has just announced that it will cover all cancellation fees for customers who want to switch from their current carrier, including both early termination fees and remaining payments on phone installment plans.
The LG G Flex 2 has made its way to Sprint for $199.99 on-contract, and is now available in both Volcano Red and Platinum Silver color options.
Motorola’s newly-announced budget handset, the Moto E (2015), is now available on both Sprint Prepaid and Boost Mobile for only $99.
According to a new report, Google’s wireless service will launch in the coming weeks and will be restricted to the Nexus 6 only.
The update to Android 5.0 Lollipop is now making its way to the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 and the Sprint Galaxy Note 4. The update has just started rolling out, so all users should receive it within a few days.
Sprint has just announced that the LG G Pad F 7.0 will be available on the Sprint network beginning March 13th. It will be offered up for free to any current Sprint customers willing to sign a two-year contract with the device.
Ting, the Sprint MVNO, has just launched an open beta test for its GSM network. In early December, the MVNO started testing its GSM network through an invite-only system, and the network has now come into fruition.
Sprint has just introduced a new tier into their Family Share Pack plans, which gives customers 12GB of high-speed data, unlimited talk and text, which can be shared between up to 10 lines for $90 per month.
The update to Android 5.0 Lollipop is now rolling out to LG G3 owners on the Sprint network.
According to RootMetrics, Sprint is not the worst wireless network in the United States. That title now belongs to T-Mobile.