As part of a limited time promotion, Sprint will let existing customers upgrade their handsets early. The only catch is you’ll need to sign up for the new Easy Pay program.
Sprint is reportedly interested in buying T-Mobile, and now it has the support of banks for the transaction. Meanwhile, T-Mobile’s owner operated organization changes that suggest a sale is incoming.
If newly leaked Sprint training materials prove to be legit, Sprint may be preparing to rollout a new Wi-Fi calling feature to select devices.
Sprint has now announced that the LG G Flex will be available for preorder today, shipping by January 31st. Those looking to pick one up in-store will be able to do so starting February 7th.
Wirefly is now offering a $50 prepaid Visa card to customers that switch from their existing carriers over to Verizon or Sprint. Keep reading for more details!
Sprint has quietly given the axe to its One Up early upgrade plan, the plan that was at one point supposed to compete with T-Mobile’s UnCarrier plan. Read on for more!
Several unannounced LG handsets running KitKat has been spotted online including the LG-D830 and the LG-LS740. Read on for more details!
Sprint has launched a new Framily Plan that allows up to ten subscribers to group under the same plan in order for each of them to save money on monthly bills while still getting unlimited features.
At their CES press event, LG officially revealed that they plan to bring the LG G Flex to AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the first quarter of this year.
Press shots of the AT&T and T-Mobile LG G Flex models have reportedly leaked. Check them out!