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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.

Sprint readies LG Optimus S, Sanyo Zio and Samsung Transform

10/06/2010, We’ve already had a hands-on of the Samsung Transform, but here are the vital statistics and how all three models will stack up in the world of Android phones. As mentioned earlier, they will all support Sprint ID, but this will focus more on the...

Sanyo Vero makes its way to Sprint

10/04/2010, Sprint is now offering the Sanyo Vero handset whose main attention grabber would be its price point, since this is primarily a budget friendly handset that is going for a mere $9.99 a pop with the customary 2-year contract, of course. This clamshell...

Verizon’s Droid Incredible Was Originally Planned For Sprint?

10/04/2010, You might have previously read that there were some hidden 4G-related screens found on that Droid Incredible, and now evidence that the Droid Incredible might have initially been planned for Sprint’s network has surfaced in the form of a legal...

Sprint Epic 4G Update Arrives To Solve 3G Upload Speed Issues

09/30/2010, As expected, Sprint has announced a maintenance-release update for the Samsung Epic 4G, an update that is touted to address the slow upload speeds experienced by the mobile phone. The software will be automatically downloaded to Epic 4G phones, so...

Sprint Announces Enterprise-Ready Motorola ES400S Handheld

09/29/2010, Sprint announced today that it will be the first U.S. carrier to be offering the Motorola ES400S EDA, which stands for Enterprise Digital Assistant. While Motorola’s consumer division is rapidly rolling out Android-based smartphones, the enterprise...

Sprint WiMax Service Gets Early Arrival in San Francisco

09/21/2010, While the entire San Francisco Bay Area, the metropolitan area including and surrounding the city of San Francisco, won’t be seeing WiMax live on their devices today, residents of the city of San Francisco itself woke up to a nice surprise from...

AT&T to deliver LTE in mid-2011, LTE iPhone maybe?

09/20/2010, A bit late to the party, but at least not the last, AT&T have announced that they will be rolling out 4G LTE coverage beginning mid-2011. With Sprint currently being the only carrier to offer 4G (WiMax, not LTE) in the United States, AT&T has...

Samsung Galaxy Tab Carrier Launch Dates Leaked?

09/19/2010, We already know that Samsung’s freshly-launched Galaxy Tab Android tablet will be hitting all major US carriers and now whispers are going around of the possible launch date of this device on the carriers. While the exact dates weren’t...

Rumor: LG Making A WP7 WiMAX Device For Sprint?

09/15/2010, Word is out that a Windows Phone 7-powered LG phone will be hitting Sprint’s 4G network and will be the first non-Android phone to run on Sprint’s WiMAX network. It wasn’t explicitly mentioned which phone this could be, but based on...

Sprint offers BlackBerry Curve 3G

09/15/2010, Just a day after Verizon Wireless released the BlackBerry Curve 3G, today we have Sprint rolling out the same 9330 model as well to provide would-be subscribers with more options. Available from September 26th onwards, the BlackBerry Curve 3G can be...

Clear Lighting Up LA, NYC With 4G Pre-Launch

09/13/2010, While 4G Wi-Max isn’t officially rolled out yet in Los Angeles nor New York, residents of either metropolitan domains can still access Clear’s infrastructures through a soft launch. This early pre-launch will give limited access, in terms of...

Sprint introduces Sanyo Innuendo

09/13/2010, Sprint has further expanded its phone offerings to include the Sanyo Innuendo, which is somewhat similar to the Incognito in terms of form factor thanks to its horizontal-flip, full-QWERTY keyboard. Not only that, the Innuendo comes with a concealed...