John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, has officially announced the carrier’s partnership with Google to help create Project Fi.
Google will reportedly begin to roll out its U.S. wireless service as early as Wednesday, April 22nd, according to a new report out of The Wall Street Journal.
Sprint has just announced its new “Direct 2 You” service that aims to help folks around the U.S. upgrade and set up their new smartphones more easily.
Sprint has just announced a new “International Value Roaming” plan that will give customers free unlimited 2G data, unlimited texting, and calls that cost just 20 cents per minute when traveling to major areas in Latin America, Europe and Japan.
Today Sprint is bringing us an Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 3 and Note Edge.
Following T-Mobile’s lead, Sprint is beginning to ship out its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge pre-orders ahead of the official retail launch.
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.