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10 Android phones you should consider for Sprint (January 2016)

Are you in the market for a new smartphone? Is Sprint the service provider you’re considering? You’re in luck!  We’re here to help you pick out that next handset. If

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MetroPCS targets Sprint customers with deep discounts, free phones

It seems like every other week another wireless carrier is dangling a limited time promotional rate plan. T-Mobile today ​announced a deal that looks to steal away Sprint subscribers by means of

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Sprint is finally ditching 2-year contracts

Following up on a promise made by Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure in early August, we are seeing some evidence that the carrier is finally doing away with 2-year contracts for

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The Blackberry Priv is coming to Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

Blackberry fans rejoice! The first Android device from the resurgent smartphone manufacturer, the Priv will soon be released on more American carriers. Since its launch it has only been available

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Sprint MVNO Boost Mobile announces unlimited music

Sprint subsidiary Boost Mobile announced today that they are going to begin offering zero-rated music streaming on their service, very similarly to what is offered by T-Mobile’s Music Freedom program. In

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10 Android phones you should consider for Sprint (December 2015)

Are you in the market for a new smartphone? Is Sprint the service provider you’re considering? You’re in luck!  We’re here to help you pick out that next handset. If

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Sprint’s new promotion cuts competitor rate plans in half

Sprint on Wednesday announced its latest promotion a limited time deal which sees the carrier slashing competitor prices by 50 percent. Indeed, the deal is available to anyone from Verizon, AT&T, or

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Holiday exclusive: Get a free year of Amazon Prime with a qualifying device on Sprint

Starting today, for new and existing Sprint customers who activate a new qualifying Samsung device will receive one full year of Amazon Prime($99 value). This offer is only for select

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Sprint caters to the most basic of users with new $20 ‘Starter’ plan

Sprint today announced a new rate plan for customers who need the most basic amount of data per month. Called the Starter Unlimited Data Plan, the $20 monthly option gives

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Sprint customers: two more weeks for unlimited data, talk, and text at $60/month

Sprint announced yesterday, that its $60 per month unlimited data, talk, and text plan will increase to $70 per month on October 16th. This will not affect customers who already

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Sprint to carry Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 on September 3

Sprint on Tuesday confirmed that it, too, will soon offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Arriving later this week (September 3), the 9.7-inch tablet can be purchased in a number of

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Sprint to drop two-year contracts

On the heels of Verizon’s announcement, Sprint is officially joining the club by ditching two-year contracts in favor of full-price devices and leasing programs. Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure announced that

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Sprint details pricing, bonuses for Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+

Following Samsung’s Unpacked event, the major carriers are beginning to release more specific details about pricing for the two new flagship devices. Sprint was first to the gate with their

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T-Mobile continues momentum, passes Sprint to become third biggest US carrier

T-Mobile added 2.1 mm customers to pass Sprint as the 3rd biggest carrier in the country. This is T-Mobile’s 9th consecutive quarter of growth.

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Sprint debuts 4-line 10GB plan for $100/month

Sprint is hot on the heels of T-Mobile in offering an enticing deal for families.  They have just announced a Family Share Pack promotion that gives you four lines of service, with