After showing a great interest for MetroPCS , Sprint reportedly will hold off making any counterbid offer until more details of the T-Mobile agreement surface. Seeing that the proxy filing made by T-Mobile would be out in a month or two, Sprint may want to use such information to its advantage before approaching MetroPCS.
According to a breaking news report from Reuters, Japanese operator SoftBank Mobile is allegedly in talks with Sprint to purchase a 66% stake in the company four roughly $12.8 billion.
Anyone looking for a physical QWERTY keyboard on an entry-level Android smartphone? The LG Mach on Sprint could be just what you need.
Last week LG announced that Sprint, along with AT&T, would be carrying the LG Optimus G. Sprint confirmed this in a press release today that also announced that they would be bringing the LG Mach and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 to their 4G LTE lineup.
Sprint has announced that its customers can now replace their phone number with their nickname using the new StarStar Me service. More details inside!
T-Mobile is not the only party interested in getting into a merger with super-regional carrier MetroPCS. Another major player, Sprint, is eyeing to make a bid for the smaller telco.
LG has just issued a press release saying that their current flagship smartphone, the Optimus G, is going to hit two American operators: AT&T and Sprint. We read the press release several times to try and find some details regarding pricing and availability, but it looks like that information has been purposefully left out.
The FCC is under Samsung siege, with four new devices getting the regulatory approvals just a couple of days after we spotted the AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Among the four new gadgets, there are, as expected, the other two Note 2 models officially announced as coming this fall, but also a pair of rather mysterious Android tablets.
There’s talk around the rumor mill that T-Mobile, Sprint, and the Dish Network may be looking to buy out MetroPCS. Given their size, MetroPCS would be an excellent augmentation to any current network or a great base to build a new network. Which company will buy MetroPCS?
Sprint brings its 4G LTE network to Kansas, Illinois, and Massachusetts — improves 3G coverage in Chicago, Los Angeles and more
With several new LTE devices coming out for Sprint, a list that includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Victory 4G LTE, it’d be a shame to have them – and other 4G-equipped smartphones running on the carrier – gasping for some 4G air, right? That shouldn’t be the case anymore if you live in the following cities.