If this all pans out, it looks like HTC is building on the foundation they laid with the One. While they don’t seem to be messing with the success there, other than making a mini and Max device to round out the lineup, they will be offering the decidedly throttled-down Zara.
Ting vs major carriers – who really has the best deal?
Good news for fans of mobile hotspots today, as Sprint has announced their first triple band LTE devices will start shipping soon. These devices will take advantage of the 800MHz spectrum Sprint is no longer using, which was originally dedicated for their Nextel push-to-talk devices.
Apple’s iPhone: domestic staple, potential international failure
If Apple wants the continued support of carriers, they’ll probably have to soften their stance in regard to the iPhone. It’s the only device Apple requires support with, and the growing Android ecosystem is a large enough hurdle without having carrier roadblocks in addition.
Sprint announces two new guaranteed unlimited packages
Starting from tomorrow, Sprint will be offering two new unlimited call, text, and data plans known as “Unlimited, My Way” and “My All-In”, which both come with the company's new unlimited lifetime guarantee.
Leaked document shows Sprint may be changing up their ‘Everything’ plans
These new plans position Sprint closer to “traditional” carrier pricing and plan structuring. Pay for your basic phone plan, then add-ons weigh you down. We’ll applaud Sprint for not going with the staggered data limits, as the image shows an “Unlimited” or “1GB” data plan, but this all seems needlessly complex.
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