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Sprint's 5G service has started in Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and Kansas City with more markets to follow. Here's what you need to know.
Sprint's first 5G devices, the LG V50 ThinQ 5G and HTC 5G Hub, are available to order. Still no word on when the 5G network goes live, though.
Sprint is offering new and existing customers a $250 gift card to add a new line of service. Switch from another carrier and you could get an extra $650.
How much do you know about Sprint's prepaid subsidiary Boost Mobile? Here's a primer that lets you know your options, including rate plans and features.
T-Mobile is in limbo. The company announced a merger with fourth place carrier Sprint what feels like years ago. Since then, Team Magenta has...
FreedomPop is a Wi-fi first carrier alternative to the big name networks. Take some time to get to know it better and see if it's right for you.
Sprint gives back to its customers with discounts and exclusive deals as part of its newly launched My Sprint Rewards program.
Sprint is luring switchers with a new promo this holiday season. Jump onboard with a Unlimited Basic for five lines and you get three of them free.
We've done our homework so that you don't have to worry about it. Here's a list of the best phones at Boost Mobile today.
The rugged Cat S48c can withstand extreme temps, shock, dust, drops, and anything else you will throw its way. The phone goes on sale November 9.
Don't make a tech purchase without checking for sales, discounts, or promotions. Here's a bunch of phones, tablets, and other gear with bargain pricing.
The LG V40 has been officially announced and now is the time to start checking when and where you can get your hands on LG's new flagship for creators.
On the market for a new budget smartphone? Maybe you'd like to take a look at Boost Mobile which just started offering the entry-level LG K30.
If you only have a budget of $200 or less to work with, you've still got plenty of options. Here's what each of the big providers have at that price.
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have entered a collaboration for a new intiative called Project Verify, whcih aims to eliminate passwords.