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Sprint has a fantastic value going for its plans right now, both in price and the fact that they’re the only US carrier to offer unlimited data without throttling for
Sprint is completely done with releasing WiMAX 4G devices and is ready to move on to 4G LTE, according to new details hitting the wires today. Speaking at Competitive Carriers Global
Just had to give a quick shout to the EVO 4G users out there. A tweet by Cyanogen tipped us off that it’d be coming, and a tweet by Toastcfh
The self proclaimed #TeamWin crew has given EVO users their very first alpha build of WiMAX for the EVO. This is considered to be a huge breakthrough in the EVO 4G
It has been said that Google was intent on keeping everyone excited this December, and with their releases of Gingerbread, the Nexus S release, ChromeOS’ debut, and the CR-48 shipments
At one point during Clearwire’s first quarter earnings call yesterday the topic of WiMAX-capable phones came up. It was mentioned that both Samsung and HTC were expected to release handsets
Sprint plans to have their first 4G WiMAX-capable handset on the market before the summer gets started. According to Forbes, the carrier told them that the device will arrive a
Engadget is reporting that a recently uncovered HTC handset with WiMAXÂ will be known as the Supersonic.Â Further, they’ve added a few details to the mix. Among the rumored specs
Here’s a rumor that we’d like to see play out if only for curiosity’s sake.Â According a tipster of ours, Sprint has been working with an unusual partner on a
Check your Sunday newspapers this coming weekend.Â There might be an ad somewhere in there for the new Sprint dual-mode CDMA/WiMAX modem.Â Set to launch for $150, this will be
Another sign of promising things from the number three carrier. Blazing fast speeds wherever you go sounds like fantasy, but it’s now reality. At least in Baltimore.
We’ve been all over the unconfirmed Android news lately and inadvertently, we’ve pushed our other stuff aside.Â Longtime AndroidGuys readers will recall that we cover all the major members of
Today sees a monumental event in the wireless industry. Along with partners Intel, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Bright House Networks, Google has ponied up a share of a $3.2
Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) FreedomPop has rolled out a $4.58 rate which is essentially half its former price. Indeed, you can take advantage of the plan which allows for
FreedomPop on Tuesday announced the immediate availability of their latest device, the HTC EVO 4G. Selling at $99 without a contract, FreedomPop will pair the smartphone with rate plan that