Sprint VoLTE Soft Launched In A Few U.S. Markets

Sprint is finally doing what its competitors have already been doing. It’s now providing voice-over-LTE or VoLTE service in select markets across the country. The service is currently being soft launched so the markets are limited but its subscribers can rest assured that the number of supported markets will only go up from here.


US Carriers Band Together To Launch ‘Project Verify’

As we have said in the past, the humble password is not necessarily the best way of securing your online accounts. This is because due to people generally choosing bad passwords for themselves, which can be easily guessed. This has led to the rise of two-factor authentication systems and also hardware keys like Google’s Titan.


FCC Says They Need More Time To Review T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

As some of you guys might have heard, T-Mobile and Sprint will be merging, or at least that’s the plan. Of course given the size of both companies and their roles in the market, safe to say that there is a lot that needs to be reviewed before the merger can officially go through, but unfortunately it seems that part of the process has been put on hold.


T-Mobile Says Boost, MetroPCS, Virgin Will Remain Ever After Sprint Merger

Earlier this year, T-Mobile and Sprint’s plans for a merger were officially announced. Whether or not this merger will actually go through remains to be seen, but there are some concerns as to what this merger could mean for those who are on other networks such as Boost, MetroPCS, and Virgin.


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New Sprint Unlimited Premium Plan Offers Amazon Prime Subscription

Sprint has launched a new top-tier unlimited data plan today called Unlimited Premium. It brings more than just unlimited mobile data for a fixed monthly rate. The incentives that the carrier is offering will be enticing for many customers. It costs $90 per month for customers who set up autopay and offers them an Amazon Prime membership as part of the unlimited data plan, and that’s not all.


Sprint And LG To Launch First 5G Smartphone Next Year

With commercial 5G networks set to go live in the United States next year, carriers and smartphone manufacturers are now gearing up to launch devices which will be able to leverage the next-generation mobile network. Sprint and LG have announced their intention to bring the “1st 5G smartphone in the U.S.” They’re aiming to do that in the first half of next year.


Essential Phone Android 9 Pie Update Rolling Out On Sprint

The Essential Phone was the first non-Pixel smartphone to receive the Android 9 Pie update. Google released the update earlier this month and the Pixel handsets were the first to get it in addition to the Essential Phone, the device made by the company founded by the co-founder of Android. It was the unlocked variant that got it first and it’s now being rolled out for the Sprint variant.


Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Orders Are Now Open

We’re sure that many were pretty impressed with what Samsung had in store for us when they officially announced the Galaxy Note 9. If it was good enough to impress you to the point where you would buy it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the handset is now available for pre-order from carriers or directly through Samsung.


Sprint Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Order Incentives Leaked

Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 at an event in New York City. The leaks keep on coming, though. The latest reveals the Sprint Galaxy Note 9 pre-order incentives. Samsung and its partners routinely offer incentives to customers who pre-order its latest flagship devices so it’s not a surprise to see that they’re doing this for the Galaxy Note 9 as well.


Sprint Splits Unlimited Plan Into Two Tiers

Sprint has announced that it’s splitting its unlimited data plan into two tiers with each having its own data allotment and restrictions. The company will continue to sell these as “unlimited” plans even though they can’t be classified as providing a truly unlimited experience for mobile data.


Samsung Galaxy A6 Could Launch In The US Through Sprint

The Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ are a pair of mid-range phones that was launched last month. However according to the details provided at launch, the phones seemed to be destined for Europe, Asia, and Latin America with no word on whether it would be finding its way to US markets.


Sprint To Offer 5G PCs With Intel Next Year

With 5G networks set to be commercialized by next year, it’s only a matter of time before 5G computers are widely available and Intel wants to make sure that it’s there when that happens. The company announced at Computex 2018 today that it has teamed up with Sprint to start selling 5G PCs in the carrier’s stores from 2019. Sprint customers will be able to purchase 5G PCs powered by […]


Sprint Now Offering Baby Boomers Unlimited Plans

While we see a lot of products and services that are generally aimed at a younger crowd, it seems that Sprint has decided to go the other direction with the launch of the company’s new Unlimited 55+ plan. In case it wasn’t already obvious, this is a phone plan aimed at those who are 55 and older.


Sprint Offering Free LTE For Snapdragon PC Owners

Towards the end of last year and early this year, we saw a bunch of new laptops launched that were powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset. We’re talking about devices such as the ASUS NovaGo, the HP Envy x2, and the Lenovo Miix 630. One of the advertised features of such computers is being able to go online anywhere at anytime.