It has been revealed that Sprint has made a $2.1 billion offer to buy out Clearwire. Sprint already owns 50.4 percent of the company but wants to buy all of its share to control its spectrum.
Though HTC and Sprint have always been reluctant to talk about the timing of the Android 4.1 upgrade for the EVO 4G LTE, we’ve suspected for a while this was due before Christmas.
If you are looking for a new smartphone on Sprint and all these minuscule under-5 inch screens just aren’t doing it for you, watch out. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is now available through Amazon Wireless for only $149.
We heard about Sprint’s plan to bring several LTE devices to its prepaid subsidiaries, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile, last month. We now have more information about the Boost-bound HTC One SV and the ZTE Force.
Earlier today we showed you an interesting deal on an unlocked Galaxy S3 version (the GSM GT-I9300 model that doesn’t have LTE support) that sells for $499.99 on eBay, but not every Android buyer out there is looking to purchase a flagship handset at full price.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is selling like hotcakes, and Google Wallet continues to gain ground as a leader in the mobile payment space. Sadly, you can’t use both together. Luckily for U.S. users, there’s an unofficial solution to that problem. Unless you use Verizon.
Don’t give yourself a hard time if you missed all the smartphones that Sprint paraded during its Black Friday promotion, because there’s more seasonal offer from the carrier heading your way. While the information hasn’t been officially released yet, we’re hearing that Sprint is readying a BOGO offer for some of the hottest Galaxy phones.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the fairest US carrier of them all? Why, it’s Verizon, of course, not according to the mirror in Snow White, but according to Consumer Reports, who’s just come out with its traditional end of the year ratings of all wireless communications service providers in the States.
After we saw a glimpse of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the Nexus 7 in June, it only took a few weeks for the jelly treat to arrive on the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus. The same update didn’t come to Sprint’s variant until September 6 and Verizon’s much later in the month. We’re sure we’re not the only one wondering when the newer Jelly Bean will make it to the two CDMA variants.
Sprint has announced today that 4G LTE networks are now active in 11 new cities and counties, bringing its total areas supported to 43.