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.

T-Mobile And Sprint Merger Has Finally Been Officially Announced

After years of will they, won’t they, T-Mobile and Sprint today officially announced that they’re going to merge. The third and fourth largest mobile carriers in the United States have decided to join forces and compete in this very competitive mobile market. The two companies have officially announced their intention to merge today but the deal is subject to approval from regulators and shareholders.

$26 Billion T-Mobile And Sprint Merger May Be Announced Today

T-Mobile and Sprint have been involved in merger talks for the past few years but a deal was never reached. The talks always fell through due to one reason or another and yet not too long ago, it was reported that the companies were talking about a merger yet again. Things appear to be quite far along already because a new report suggests that this $26 billion deal might be […]


Google Voice Sprint Integration Ending June 1st

Sprint subscribers have had access to a fully integrated Google Voice experience since 2011 as a result of a partnership between the two companies. It enabled subscribers to make calls with their Sprint number and get access to Google Voice features such as voicemail transcription, call forwarding to multiple numbers, call recording, and more. Even after Google relaunched Voice in 2017 the integration continued to work but it has now […]

T-Mobile And Sprint Reportedly Talking About A Merger Again

A will they, won’t they story if there ever was one in the telecom industry. According to a new report, T-Mobile and Sprint have once again started talks related to a possible merger. This is the third time in four years that the third and fourth largest mobile carriers in the United States respectively are mulling a possible merger. The latest round has been started merely five months after the […]

Sprint Releases Oreo For LG V30

The LG V30 received its Android 8.0 Oreo update on Verizon over a week ago and now Sprint has started rolling out said update on its network. Verizon released Android 8.0 Oreo for the LG V30 on March 11th and Sprint is doing that today. The carrier is rolling out the update over-the-air so users should expect to get an update notification on their handsets in the near future.

Sprint Releases Oreo For Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8+

Carriers in the United States are gradually rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Verizon was the first major carrier in the country to release said update for last year’s flagships from Samsung with T-Mobile following suit a couple of days ago. Multiple reports have now surfaced online about Sprint’s roll out of Oreo for the aforementioned devices. The carrier is rolling out Android 8.0 […]

Samsung Ships Sprint Galaxy S9s With Verizon SIMs

Imagine the anticipation of buying a brand new phone that you’ve waited for a week to arrive and you can’t wait to use it, only that you can’t because for some reason, you’ve been shipped the wrong SIM card. Turns out that’s exactly what some Samsung Galaxy S9 customers are experiencing.

Major US Carriers Announce Plans For Next-Gen Mobile Authentication

It used to be that passwords were enough to protect your online accounts, but as hacking technology got more sophisticated, there was also the need to come up with more robust security systems. An example would be two-factor authentication which reduces the chances of your account getting broken into even if the hacker knew your password.

Sprint 5G Infrastructure Will Be Rolled Out In Six Cities This Year

Much like some of its peers, Sprint is also gearing up to launch its commercial 5G network in the United States next year. However, before it can do that, the company needs to put new infrastructure in place which will support the next-generation 5G network when it eventually launches. Sprint today announced that it’s going to roll out its 5G infrastructure in six cities across the United States this year.

Major US Carriers Announce Pre-Order Deals For Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+

Samsung has officially announced its latest flagship smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, although one detail that they seem to have left out is how much the phones will cost. However regardless of that, it seems that major carriers in the US have since announced their own pre-order deals for the upcoming handset.

Sprint HTC 10 Gets Android 8.0 Oreo

HTC 10 owners on Sprint can rejoice because they’re finally able to get a taste of Oreo on their handsets. The country’s fourth-largest carrier has started rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo for the HTC 10 on its network. It had actually been confirmed yesterday by HTC’s VP of Product Management Mo Versi on Twitter that the carrier had granted approval for this update which meant that it could start rolling […]

Sprint Plans To Offer Nationwide 5G By Mid-2019

While 4G LTE is the current standard in mobile connectivity, it is expected that we will eventually transition to 5G, and how fast 5G will become available will also depend on how fast carriers roll it out. The good news is that as far as Sprint is concerned, they are aiming for nationwide 5G coverage by mid-2019.