Cricket dangles $100 credit for Sprint, T-Mobile, and other switchers

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AT&T’s MVNO Cricket is taking a shot at Sprint and T-Mobile by offering $100 credit to customers who switch from the following carriers: Cincinnati Bell Wireless MetroPCS Boost Mobile Virgin Mobile Sprint T-Mobile Cincinnati Bell Wireless customers would benefit most as the carrier is ...

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Ting announces GSM support for 2015; T-Mobile is secret partner

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Ting, the MVNO operating off the backs of Sprint’s network, is about get much more interesting in the coming year. The carrier today confirmed the upcoming support for unlocked GSM handsets. Set to take effect in February, Ting’s not yet ready to announce its partner. Not to worry, ...

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Sprint goes after Verizon, AT&T in new Half Price Event

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Sprint on Tuesday announced a new promotional campaign which puts Verizon and AT&T squarely in its cross-hairs. Starting on December 5, the Half Price Event is expected to give customers of the two larger carriers a rate plan that is half of what they’re currently paying. An AT&T ...

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FamilyWall for Sprint for all your Holiday planning!

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The most merry time of the year is round the corner and we are all busy with our preparations. It seems that every year the festive period is particularly hectic and overwhelming resulting in unavoidable forgetfulness. Forget to send a message to that distant family member, or perhaps someone ...

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Sprint outlines Black Friday deals for 2014

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Sprint on Friday announced its upcoming deals for next Friday, the fateful day that retailers look forward to each year. Indeed, Sprint has some of its own promotions lined up for Black Friday.  Below is a gathering of some of the deals you can expect for smartphones, accessories, and more. Be ...

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Sprint shaves $50 off Nexus 6 cost; reportedly will offer refunds

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Sprint has decided to make up for lost time and money by offering a bill credit to anyone who purchased the Nexus 6. We have the details on when it's coming

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Sprint considering acquisition of FreedomPop, report says

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Sprint has been really working hard to change its game and, to keep it with its competitors. According to USA Today, Sprint’s newest attempt of doing so consists of buying a virtual carrier company that operates on its network. The FreedomPop start-up might just be Sprint’s newest ...

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Sprint lowers data pricing on $80 and $90 Family Share Plans

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Sprint, in an attempt to defeat competitors, has reduced the data price for the $80 and $90 Family Share Plans. Starting Friday November 14th, $15/month data option will occur. According to the carrier the price reduction means more users will be able to access data, and of higher value than ...

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Sprint Nexus 6 arrives November 14

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Sprint has confirmed the arrival date for its version of the Nexus 6 smartphone. Slated to touch down on Friday, November 14, the handset will carry a $696 full retail price. Qualified customers can spread payments out over 24 months with $0 down and payments of $29 each. Ironically, Sprint ...

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How and where to buy: Note 4 and Note Edge

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The Galaxy Note 4 is the newest Note to be offered by Samsung. The Note series has been one of the most successful series of Android phones to be offered. This year Samsung outdid themselves in the form of offering a spec monster. With a Quad HD screen, a top in processor, 3GB of ram,... Read More

How and where to buy: Nexus 6

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The Nexus 6 is one of the most anticipated phones of the year. As of now only the U.S. market is confirmed to have the Nexus 6 available for pre-order. AndroidGuys will keep you up to date on pricing and availability of this device as soon as we find out more.   U.S. Market  ... Read More

Lollipop to make it easier to control bloatware

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Do you like bloatware? I don’t like bloatware. No one likes bloatware. So why do we have bloatware? Well luckily, Android Lollipop is going to make it easier to control bloatware. Ars Technica sat down with Google’s Gabe Cohen, who described how Lollipop will deal with bloatware. ...

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Sprint now leasing Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S5 Sport

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Sprint is one of the leading carriers in the United States, and today they have announced a new deal which might attract a lot of new customers. If you are a huge Samsung fan, and would love to get your hands on either the Samsung Galaxy S5, or Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport from Sprint, then... Read More

Sprint now offering 1GB data in $20 shared plan

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Sprint on Thursday doubled down on its data allotment for the $20 Family Share Pack plan. Effective immediately, customers receive 1GB of data, up from the previous bucket of 500MB. Add in your non-discounted smartphone for $25 per month and single line subscribers will be looking at $45 per ...

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Carrier details on the Nexus 6 “When is my carrier getting the Nexus 6?

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Today Google announced Android Lollipop, and with it a round of new devices including the Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and Nexus 6. While they announced information on when you can preorder the Nexus 9 and Nexus player, they didn’t have any firm information regarding the Nexus 6. However, it ...

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