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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 To Preinstall Uber’s App On Their Android Smartphones

12/10/2014, For those who hate having apps preinstalled on their phones when bought from carriers, you might not be pleased to learn that Sprint has recently announced that in the future, the company will be preinstalling Uber’s app on the home screens of most of...

Sprint Samsung ATIV S Neo Windows Phone 8.1 Update Released

12/08/2014, It has been a couple of months since Microsoft released Windows Phone 8.1 for all supported devices. However, one must always factor in carrier delays when trying to figure out when a new software update is going to land. Its no different with Windows...

Sprint Stops Selling Windows Phone Devices Online

12/07/2014, Are you looking to purchase a Windows Phone device on the third largest mobile carrier in the country? Well you won’t be able to buy one from the comfort of your couch. Sprint has halted all online sales of Windows Phone devices which means you will...

Sprint Promises To ‘Cut Your Bill In Half’

12/02/2014, Even though Sprint is the third largest mobile carrier in the country things haven’t really been good. Verizon and AT&T continue to extend their lead while T-Mobile is snapping at Sprint’s heels. The carrier is under new leadership and is...

Android 5.0 Lollipop For SM-900P Leaked

11/26/2014, Just a few days ago, we brought you word that Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S5 has finally been on the receiving end of the Android 4.4.4 KitKat update after some time of waiting. Well, it is not a surprise then to hear that there might be an Android 5.0...

Sprint’s Galaxy S5 Finally Gets Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update

11/23/2014, The Samsung Galaxy S5 is not exactly the newest phone on the block, and having said that, it is still a very decent flagship smartphone that is able to hold its own against some of the newer models out there in the market. While we have seen older Nexus...

Sprint Reduces Nexus 6 Price By $50

11/20/2014, The Nexus 6 is an expensive smartphone. It costs as much as flagships from other OEMs do and that’s because this time around the Nexus device has been spec’d up to the max. This obviously translates into a price increase but if you’re...

Nexus 6 Now Available For Order From Sprint

11/14/2014, As per our report the other day, Sprint announced that they would be making the Nexus 6 available for order on the 14th of November and sure enough they have. If you were to pop on over to Sprint’s website right now, you will be able to order the...

Sprint Announces “iPad For Life” Leasing Plan

11/13/2014, Back in October, Sprint announced a slightly upgraded “iPhone for Life” plan where it allowed customers to essentially lease the new iPhone over the course of a year before being eligible for an upgrade. This allowed users to upgrade annually as...

Sprint Nexus 5 Android 5.0 Update Released

11/12/2014, It has been over a week since Google announced that it was rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop. Obviously the first crop of devices to receive this new update would have been the company’s own Nexus smartphones and tablets. Even though the update was...

Sprint Reportedly Interested In Acquiring FreedomPop

11/12/2014, If a new report is to be believed then Sprint has got its wandering eye on yet another mobile carrier. This time around Sprint is being linked with FreedomPop, a relatively small wireless carrier. Apparently Freedompop is being courted by a couple of...

Sprint’s Nexus 6 Might Be Limited To 32GB Model In Midnight Blue

11/10/2014, An earlier report had suggested that the Nexus 6 will be arriving on T-Mobile’s network albeit in limited quantities. We’re sure for some this means that you guys will probably look to other carriers. Well if you’re looking at Sprint, you should...