Consumer Reports routinely shows that cell phone service providers are one of, if not the, worst in terms of customer satisfaction rankings. While Sprint now occupies last place in the latest Consumer Reports survey, AT&T has consistently been dead last in recent years. In fact, Consumer Reports has found that the cell phone provider with the highest marks was prepaid operator Consumer Cellular.
The enthusiast community didn’t need much time to find a way to transplant the Harman/Kardon audio enhancements from Sprint’s edition to all other versions of the HTC One (M8). You will require root access and the ability to flash a zip file from recovery, but that’s about it.
Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is about to give Internet Service Providers the ability to charge content companies more for access that people should have already had. The proposal, scheduled for a vote by the FCC on May 15, is a homicide of net neutrality.
Today Sprint is beginning to roll out Android 4.4 KitKat to the nearly two-year-old Samsung Galaxy S3.
As Sprint is rumored to make a move on T-Mobile this summer, John Legere’s company announced another quarter of solid growth, with a record 2.4 million customer additions in Q1 2014.
Today HTC introduced possibly the best version of its flagship HTC One (M8) that few people will get to experience because it’s a Sprint exclusive. Read on for more!
If you are looking into buying a new phone, it seems best to continue buying one with a contract attached. Specifically, if you are a customer of AT&T or Verizon Wireless, it is in fact cheaper over the life of a two-year contract when compared to full-price. As the Wall Street Journal reports: Under a traditional contract with Verizon Wireless on a plan that includes 2 gigabytes of wireless data, you would pay $200 and an activation fee of $35 for the phone upfront and then $75 a month. Over two years, that comes to about $2,035. On the no contract version, you pay…
Apparently, the cell phone industry is now trying their best to tap into the emerging market of… 5-year-olds? On Friday, Sprint introduced the WeGo, which is a cellphone that is designed for kids from the age of 5 to 12.
Over the past few weeks, test builds of Android 4.4.3 surfaced online, hinting that Google is readying a maintenance update. Sprint may be rolling out the Android 4.4.3 update for the Nexus 5 starting today, as its support page indicates.
A new report from analyst firm New Street Research says that T-Mobile and Sprint will have to merge lest one of them is forced to fold. Read on for more!