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Sprint on Tuesday announced the upcoming arrival of the entry-level HTC Desire 510. Priced $199 outright, qualified Easy Pay can spread the cost out over 24 equal payments of $8.34
Sprint on Monday announced a slight reconfiguration of its prepaid smartphone rate plans. Mirroring those of its Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile brands, the new plans give customers more value
Sprint, quick to counter T-Mobile’s new guaranteed trade-in deal, is back today with a post reminding customers why they are the best in the wireless space. A press release from
Sprint on Thursday announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 tablet. Scheduled to go on sale Friday, September 12, the tablet will be sold through Easy
Sprint on Wednesday confirmed that it, too, will offer both the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge later this year. What’s more, Sprint plans to carry the Gear VR
Sprint will soon introduce its first Sony Xperia smartphone, likely the Xperia Z3, according to recent reports. Expected to launch at IFA next week in Berlin, the Xperia Z3 will
Sprint on Friday announced the immediate availability of the HTC One E8. Offered through its website and tele-sales channels, the smartphone runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Sense 6.0 and features
Sprint has officially launched App Pass, their new premium app subscription service. Users pay a monthly fee to gain premium access to over 200 apps across two devices, and it
Sprint on Thursday announced a new software update for the Samsung Galaxy S4 w/ Sprint Spark. Once downloaded and installed over-the-air, the update will let users make international calls over
For those Moto X owners on the Sprint network, you’ll be soon receiving an update bringing your device up to Android 4.4.4. The update contains a few small fixes, of
Sprint on Monday announced its Family Share Pack plan, an options that allows for shared plans with up to 20GB of 4G LTE data. What’s more, a limited time promotion saw
The mid-range device is also coming to Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile Sprint on Tuesday announced the upcoming availability of the Sharp AQUOS Crystal, an Android-powered smartphone with mid-level hardware.
Sprint could take the fight directly to other provider’s doors this week in offering a $50, all-you-can-consume rate plan, says the Wall Street Journal. Reportedly, the carrier is set to introduce
Sprint should soon make an announcement regarding the upcoming availability of the lower-price HTC One E8. How do we know? Easy, a video posted on the carrier’s YouTube account has tipped