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Sprint is one of the major wireless carriers in the USA. It uses a mix of CDMA, WiMax and LTE Networks as the backbone of its infrastructure. The company's network is also used by third parties and mobile virtual operators like Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, and Assurance Wireless. Sprint has about 55M subscribers.

BlackBerry Curve 9350 confirmed for Sprint October 2nd

09/29/2011, RIM and Sprint have officially announced that the BlackBerry Curve 9350 will be making its way over to Sprint’s network next month – to be more precise, a few days away. Previously spotted in a leaked flyer with dates for a few devices, the...

Sprint releases LG Marquee video overview

09/28/2011, Just like with the Motorola Admiral last week, Sprint has silently uploaded a new phone overview video on YouTube again. This time around, it’s the upcoming LG Marquee Android device. Touted as a “high style slim smartphone with a brilliant...

Kyocera DuraMax announced

09/28/2011, The Kyocera DuraMax was just announced yesterday in a Sprint exclusive, where it will offer yet another option for a handset that targets those who work in less than comfortable environments. Yes sir, we’re talking about another rugged phone which...

Sprint HTC Arrive receiving Mango today

09/27/2011, Great news Sprint HTC Arrive users – after being spotted running Mango at a Las Vegas Sprint store, it looks like the update is finally arriving on the smartphone today. Sprint has updated the official support page for the HTC Arrive with Windows Phone...

HTC Evo Design 4G spotted

09/27/2011, You know something? It is getting harder and harder to keep track of all the model names and numbers of smartphones that hail from manufacturers like Samsung and HTC – and we’re looking at the latter today, where press shots of the new EVO...

Sprint to keep unlimited data plans

09/26/2011, Great news for Sprint users – if you’ve got any fears about the carrier getting rid of your unlimited data plan, you’ve got nothing to worry about. At least that’s what Sprint’s Chief Technology Officier, Stephen Bye, said when...

HTC Arrive with Mango seen in Las Vegas Sprint store

09/25/2011, Mango has arrived…on the Arrive. OK, so that might be a wee bit lame, but at least it signals the end of the weekend, and a brand new work week is about to start. Someone spotted a HTC Arrive that had Windows Phone Mango running on it at a Las Vegas...

Blackberry Curve 9350 coming to Sprint 2nd October

09/23/2011, Much like T-Mobile’s Blackberry Curve 9360 was rumored for a September 14th release, Sprint’s Blackberry Cure 9350 was also supposed to see a release on the 9th of September but both devices have been delayed. Now the good news for those who have been...

Sprint shows off Motorola Admiral on video

09/22/2011, Sprint hasn’t officially announced the Motorola Admiral, but it’s been spotted before on a leaked spec sheet that surfaced last week. Well, it looks like the rugged handset is one step closer to making an official debut. Sprint has released a...

Sprint’s Dan Hesse dodges rumors about the iPhone 5

09/22/2011, There have been several rumors in the past that has suggested that Sprint will be one of the carriers getting their hands on the next-generation iPhone from Apple. While it has not been mentioned if the carrier would be getting the iPhone 4S or the iPhone...

Sprint to cap Mobile Hotspot add-on plan next month

09/21/2011, Sprint’s been increasing its prices a lot recently – first it was the early termination fee, then it was the upgrade fee and now it looks like they’re about to deliver another blow to its customers. The folks over at SprintFeed managed to...

Kyocera Echo added to Sprint End of Life listing

09/21/2011, Earlier this month Sprint updated its End of Life listing, signaling an end to the HTC EVO 4G, BlackBerry Bold 9650 and Sanyo Innuendo. Now it looks like the phones will be given another month on the shelf but we’ll be seeing an additional phone...

Samsung Epic 4G Touch torn apart

09/20/2011, If you’re keen on finding out the differences between the European Galaxy S2 and the Epic 4G Touch on Sprint, what better way to do it than to examine the insides of both devices? After all, both phones are pretty similar on a software level, but...