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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 announced on Tuesday that 41 new markets are officially seeing 4G LTE speeds across the United States. With notable cities that include Philadelphia; the Bronx and Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Jacksonville,
Sprint confirmed on Thursday that new rate plans will take effect for its customers effective July 12. Called the Unlimited, My Way, and My All-in plans, these are designed to let new and existing
Sprint today announced the expansion of its 4G LTE network, listing 21 new markets with faster data connectivity. Spread over a handful of states, these new cities bring Sprint’s coverage
Sprint has 28 new markets set to see 4G LTE speeds and services in the coming months, according to a press release from the carrier. Development has begun in the
Sprint has an early Christmas gift for customers living in a half dozen markets in the United States and Puerto Rico. Effective immediately those in the following areas will have
Sprint has a number of new rate plans coming for tablet users, some of which are post-paid and some of which are no-contract. Set to begin on November 11, 2012,
The carrier’s 4G LTE network should see another 115 markets in the coming months.
Sprint continuing with its promise of delivering 100 markets with 4G LTE connectivity over the remaining months of 2012, has added another few areas to its map. If you live in Lawrence, Kan.;
Sprint recently took to their forum to announce that they’ve stopped offering the 5GB/$29.99 Mobile Hotspot plan. Effectively last Friday (May 18) the carrier began offering two new options in
Sprint has just released a set of five new commercials, each only fifteen seconds long. Centered around the same “Warning” theme, they essentially tout the same service – unlimited data.