There’s plenty of time to finish your Christmas shopping, especially if you’re on the lookout for cheap, on-contract, high-end Android devices.
Sprint customers have a reason to rejoice, especially the ones who were fed-up with its call drop out and clogged network.
There is no doubt that Sprint’s LTE roll out has been painstakingly slow. Sprint customers across the United States haven’t been happy about it either. There are now six new markets with LTE and they’re pretty spread out. So maybe Sprint is finally getting serious.
Rumors started to emerge a couple of months ago that Sprint would like to buy up the rest of the controlling shares in Clearwire. The deal, which is worth $2.2 billion, has been finalized and is all about airwaves.
Looking to get some new toys? Look no further than the great deals that Amazon Wireless has on Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and LG Optimus G.
Yesterday, we reported on a Best Buy deal giving users the chance to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S3 for just $49.99. Now Amazon Wireless is joining in, offering the chance to pick up the same phone for essentially free.
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.