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Sprint, Verizon take on AT&T 'double data' promotion with own offers

10/01, 3:17pm

Verizon matches AT&T data promotion, Sprint increases data cap more

AT&T's recent promotional offer to double the data caps on its Mobile Share Value plans seems to have struck a nerve with other carriers. Both Verizon and Sprint have announced their own data-doubling promotions just a few days after AT&T -- and while Verizon appears to match AT&T's allowances and prices, Sprint has opted to go further, by redoubling the caps.

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SoftBank allegedly offers to acquire DreamWorks Animation

09/29, 5:54am

Claimed offer from SoftBank to buy animation studio may be worth $3.4B

Japanese carrier SoftBank is still on the hunt for acquisitions in the United States, following its earlier failed attempt to merge T-Mobile with Sprint, a report claims. The company is said to be in talks to buy DreamWorks Animation, a studio behind film franchises including Shrek and Kung-Fu Panda, with the deal claimed to be worth somewhere in the region of $3.4 billion.

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Samsung Gear S standalone smartwatch heading to US carriers this fall

09/24, 7:49am

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon to carry 3G-enabled Gear S

Samsung has confirmed it will be releasing the Gear S smartwatch in the United States. Launched last month, the standalone smartwatch with a curved two-inch 360x480 Super AMOLED display will be heading to AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon sometime this fall, though the manufacturer has yet to confirm exactly when it will be available.

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Karma reveals upgraded LTE hotspot, ships this December

09/24, 6:16am

Karma Go uses Sprint LTE network, refines device design from predecessor

Data-focused virtual carrier Karma has unveiled an upgraded version of its portable Wi-Fi hotspot. Just as it promised late last year, the Karma Go is a compact device which replaces its existing WiMax connection with one using Sprint's LTE network, a move which should provide customers with a larger coverage area to use the hotspot within.

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Sprint calls iPhone 6 launch 'most successful in history'

09/22, 11:52pm

Company offering 'iPhone for Life' endless upgrade promotion

New Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure on Monday tweeted that the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus this past weekend was the "most successful iPhone launch in our history," in a note thanking Sprint employees for their help. The announcement comes on the heels of Apple's news that it had sold 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus units over the course of the opening weekend, a new record for the company, and Sprint's recent announcement of a special iPhone-centric lease promotion.

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Sprint revamps prepaid program, now available in three data tiers

09/15, 9:29pm

New prepaid plans start at $35 with unlimited voice, text and 1GB of data

Today, a new series of tiered offerings for prepaid cellular plans were announced by Sprint. Inspired by the changing needs of wireless consumers and the need to be competitive against AT&T and Verizon, Sprint is offering plans in a different way than was announce earlier in the year. Plans have been simplified to three different base plans, giving consumers the amount of data they need.

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Pre-orders for iPhone 6 to begin at 12:01AM Pacific on Friday [u]

09/11, 1:38pm

Includes Apple, major carriers

[Updated with in-store pickup news] In the US, online preorders for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will begin at 12:01AM Pacific time Friday morning. While Apple has yet to announce an exact hour, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon all have, and traditionally Apple has opened up preorders at the same time. Other vendors, like T-Mobile, are referencing a broad September 12 window.

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Sprint extends LTE network by partnering with rural carriers

09/08, 5:49am

Sprint adds 15 more carriers to Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program

Sprint has expanded the area its LTE service operates in, by working with smaller carriers. The company has increased the number of carriers included within its Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program by 15, with the program's 27 carriers expanding Sprint's service in 27 states, over 565,000 square miles, and to more than 38 million people.

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Sprint Wi-Fi calling update adds free calls to US when roaming

08/29, 7:56am

Wi-Fi calling international update added to Samsung Galaxy S4 with Sprint Spark

Sprint is updating its Wi-Fi calling service so that it can be used abroad at no charge. The carrier is allowing users of specific smartphones compatible with the service to make calls over Wi-Fi instead of a local mobile phone network while roaming, with calls made to the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico provided at no extra charge, and without using any call allowances.

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Sprint takes a jab at carriers with $60 single-line unlimited plan

08/22, 12:26am

Unlimited plan follows on new family sharing plan, contrasts savings against T-Mobile

With the exit of Dan Hesse and the appointment of CEO Marcelo Claure earlier in the month, Sprint is kicking into a new gear with a clutch of new offerings. Following on a new family plan structure, including a $100 plan with up to 10 lines and 40 GB of data, Sprint announced a new single-line plan that offers unlimited text, talk and data for $60 per month. The new plan follows on previous reports that a similar plan was in the works for $50 a month.

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T-Mobile taunts Sprint, offers year of free LTE data to new customers

08/21, 12:32pm

One year of unlimited LTE data offered to both new T-Mobile customers and referrers

T-Mobile is ramping up its fight against Sprint, by attempting to coax subscribers to switch carrier. From August 29th, whenever a T-Mobile customer convinces another person to sign up to the carrier, both accounts will receive unlimited LTE data free for an entire year, or in the case of existing T-Mobile Simple Choice customers already having unlimited LTE, a $10 monthly credit for one year instead.

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Briefly: Sharp Aquos Crystal on Sprint, Sony Xperia M2 Aqua launch

08/20, 5:20am

Sprint launches Sharp Aquos Crystal with slim bezel design

Sprint has confirmed it will carry the recently-announced Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone on its network. Boasting a 5-inch 720p display with minimal bezel and mid-ranged specifications, Sprint will be selling the Aquos Crystal for $240 off-contract and $10 per month under Easy Pay, while the prepaid brand Boost and Virgin will both offer it for $150. Sprint did not advise of when the Aquos Crystal will be available, but the Japanese launch earlier this week points to a release on August 29th.

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Sprint releasing Family Share Pack, offers special pricing, data caps

08/18, 10:00pm

Limited-time plan offers up to 10 lines, bonus 2GB per line on promo 20GB plan

On top of a new single-line plan from Verizon today, Sprint has announced its new Family Share Pack, offering adjustable data caps to share across 10 lines in a single plan. Sprint's new plan also comes with a bonus for its 20GB tier, as the company is offering an additional 2GB per line on the plan as a part of its "new day for data" campaign.

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Sprint allegedly testing new price plans to combat T-Mobile

08/16, 9:49am

Plans being tested involve changes to Sprint Framily, $50 unlimited plan

Sprint is allegedly testing a suite of price plans for potential launch in the near future, not long after Marcelo Claure took to the Chief Executive Officer position. The new plans being trialled are apparently aggressive, partly to fend off T-Mobile and to recoup its haemorrhaging customer base, with one plan said to offer unlimited voice, text, and data for $50 per month.

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Report: Sprint no longer pursuing deal to acquire T-Mobile, CEO out

08/05, 8:17pm

Obstacles in regulation are said to be the reason for Sprint's withdrawal

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that T-Mobile's possible purchase by Sprint may no longer be on the table. Sources tell the publication that Sprint's parent company, SoftBank, no longer believes that it would be able to convince regulators that the merger of the two companies would be favorable to the wireless industry. It's believed that officials had given enough of a signal that it would oppose any change in the current wireless market.

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Sprint achieves $23M quarterly net profit, loses 220,000 customers

07/30, 10:47am

Financial results promising for Sprint, subscriber losses continue

Sprint has managed to return to profitability in its latest quarterly financial results, after earning a net income of $23 million for the period, something the carrier claims is the best performance in "almost seven years." Despite the financial success, the carrier is continuing from the last quarter's 595,000 customer reduction, with the further net loss of 220,000 customers.

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Sprint LivePro combines pocket-sized projector, hotspot, extra battery

07/09, 2:02pm

LivePro projector can act as LTE Wi-Fi hotspot for eight devices

Sprint is launching a new device on its network later this week that combines three items in one. The ZTE-produced Sprint LivePro is a miniature portable projector, which aside from being able to project an image between 10 inches and 10 feet in size, also functions as an LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and is capable of charging up a smartphone or tablet using its 5,000mAh battery.

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Sprint reveals Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport with preloaded health apps

06/24, 11:36am

Free subscription to MapMyFitness MVP included with Galaxy S5 Sport

Sprint has unveiled its own version of Samsung's hard-wearing Galaxy S5 Active it launched last month. The Galaxy S5 Sport is an outdoor-friendly variant of the Galaxy S5, with a textured body to aid grip, hardware keys on the front, and IP67 water and dust resistance, with Sprint loading the Spark LTE-enabled smartphone with a number of apps aimed at helping the user keep fit.

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Sprint expands LTE markets, announces Framily Wall social media space

06/23, 6:28pm

Carrier deploys LTE in 28 new markets, Framily Wall offers private social media

During an event in Chicago today, Sprint announced an expansion to its LTE and Spark market offerings. An additional 28 LTE markets were added to Sprint's growing coverage, as well as launching Spark in three new areas. The carrier also unveiled a new private and secure social media space for customers, called Sprint Framily Wall in a joint effort with Family & Co.

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Sprint offers satisfaction-guaranteed, 30-day risk-free network trial

06/23, 5:30pm

Guarantee begins June 27 for new customers activating a new line of service

At Sprint's Happy Connecting event in Chicago, the company made a number of announcements, including a 30-day risk-free trial of the network. Building upon the expansion of LTE and Sprint Spark, the carrier is looking to give customers a satisfaction guarantee on its services. With a mobile data network that is witnessing a large expansion and overhaul of 3G services, Sprint is displaying faith in its network to customers.

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Sprint, T-Mobile come to agreement on $32 billion acquisition outline

06/04, 9:53pm

Companies agree on $40 stock price, $1 billion payout if deal doesn't pass regulation

Cellular carriers Sprint and T-Mobile have agreed upon an outline for a proposed merger that would see Sprint acquiring its rival company for around $32 billion. Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that Sprint would pay about $40 a share for T-Mobile. The deal would further consolidate the cellular marketplace, reducing the number of large carriers to three if the merger is able to pass federal regulation.

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Sprint announces it will host a 'happy connecting' event on June 23

06/03, 4:31pm

Few details issued on the Chicago event, could be wireless network upgrades

Invitations were sent out today from Sprint indicating that the company is getting ready to make some kind of announcement later this month. Details on the event are extremely limited, but if the picture attached the invitation is any indication, new information on Sprint's network should be expected. The event kicks off in Chicago on June 23.

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T-Mobile parent company reportedly agrees to Sprint merger

05/29, 2:52pm

Deutsche Telekom may have agreed with Softbank's terms of the deal

Reports are circulating that Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile's parent company, has agreed to a proposed deal to sell the US wireless carrier to SoftBank. The deal would combine SoftBank's Sprint, with T-Mobile, merging the third and fourth largest US carriers into a single company with more than 103 million subscribers. Terms of the rumored deal are not yet known.

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Sprint pays $7.5M to settle FCC 'Do Not Call' investigation

05/20, 6:33am

Fine, two-year agreement for calling customers on Do Not Call list

Sprint has agreed to pay the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) $7.5 million in fines, as part of a settlement over Do Not Call registry violations. The fine stems from an investigation into whether the carrier failed to "honor consumer requests to opt out of phone and text marketing communications," and is the largest Do Not Call settlement the FCC has ever reached.

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T-Mobile parent company demanding concessions for Sprint deal

05/10, 5:33pm

Deutsche Telekom seeking $1 billion golden parachute, exec safety

Like the toll paid by AT&T following its unsuccessful bid to purchase T-Mobile, majority shareholder Deutsche Telekom is seeking a breakup fee of $1 billion if the proposed merger with Sprint falls apart for whatever reason. Additionally, as part of the merger talks, the German parent company is demanding that some of T-Mobile's management executives not be ousted following a merger.

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Sprint to start throttling highest bandwidth-using customers from June

05/09, 6:48am

Top 5 percent of users will be throttled on congested areas of Sprint network

Sprint will begin to throttle the highest bandwidth users in some markets, in order to improve its data network for other users. Starting in June, the top 5 percent of prepaid and post-paid customers in congested areas will see their browsing speeds culled, with customers of Boost Mobile and Virgin also facing similar bandwidth restrictions in congested regions.

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Sprint gathering financing sources for summer T-Mobile buyout offer

04/30, 8:58pm

Offer to be made while regulatory agencies wrestle with Comcast merger

Sources familiar with the matter claim that Sprint has approached sources of funding for a T-Mobile buy previously rumored in December. Sprint executives Joe Euteneuer and Greg Block met with a half dozen banks to prepare financing agreements before Sprint signals that it is ready to make an offer. A deal to acquire the US telecom provider is expected during the early summer.

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Sprint unveils free Spotify trial on Framily, Harman Kardon HTC One M8

04/29, 1:40pm

Framily subscribers gain six-month Spotify Premium trial, discounted subscription

After publishing its financial results, Sprint has revealed it is providing subscribers of its Framily plan free music streaming through Spotify, as well as launching an exclusive version of the HTC One M8. In a similar manner to how AT&T offers its customers access to Beats Music, the carrier will be offering all of its customers a free six-month trial of Spotify Premium.

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Sprint loses 595,000 customers, claims seven-year financial high

04/29, 12:19pm

Quarterly results show Sprint Framily has 3M subscribers

Sprint has lost more than half a million subscribers and prepaid customers in the last three months, it has revealed in its latest quarterly financial report. Despite the reduction in customers, the company still managed to achieve a consolidated operating income of $420 million in the quarter, which the carrier claims is its best performance in over seven years, though it is still operating at a loss.

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FreedomPop to sell iPhone 5, offers free voice and text app on iOS

04/28, 7:10pm

CDMA iPhone 4, 4s to also be supported on FreedomPop network

Alternative telecom FreedomPop has announced that it is now selling the iPhone 5 (not the 5s or 5c, just the original iPhone 5 from 2012) and offering a free wireless plan with 200 voice minutes, 500 text messages and 500MB of data per month, the first time the Sprint MVNO has carried the iPhone. It will also support the CDMA versions of the iPhone 4 and 4S on its 3G network going forward, and has launched a new iOS app that offers free voice, text and voicemail to all iOS users on other carriers.

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Apple tops 2014 JD Power rankings for smartphone satisfaction

04/24, 12:05pm

Samsung follows close behind

Apple has topped a 2014 JD Power ranking of customer satisfaction among US smartphone owners. Each smartphone maker is scored according to metrics for performance, physical design, features, and ease of use, and relative to each of the four major US carriers: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Apple is in first place with all four carriers, but trailed closely by Samsung.

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Briefly: WhatsApp hits 500M active users, Sprint domestic unlocking

04/23, 7:39am

WhatsApp reaches 500M monthly active users,700M photos shared daily

WhatsApp has hit a milestone of half a billion active users, the messaging service has announced. The 500 million-user figure is 50 million more than it reported in February, when it also announced it was being acquired by Facebook for a total of $19 billion in cash and shares, with the service now seeing 700 million photographs and 100 million videos being shared between users every day.

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Sprint reportedly preparing carrier billing option for Spotify

04/12, 9:45pm

Sprint-Spotify tie-up could include discounted Framily group access

Sprint customers may soon be receiving a discount on Spotify, as part of a deal between the two companies, according to a report. An announcement by the carrier, allegedly scheduled to take place on April 29 in New York alongside its expected HD Voice launch, will apparently see Sprint customers receiving free trials of Spotify Premium, with some carrier subscribers potentially qualifying for Spotify discounts.

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Sprint offers $350 termination fees plus trade-ins for switching

04/04, 12:14pm

Early termination fee payment, phone trade-in bonuses in Sprint promotion

Following the lead of similar promotions by T-Mobile and AT&T, Sprint is looking to poach customers to its network, by paying up to $650 per line. The carrier will provide customers switching their number to Sprint from another network and signs up for its Framily plan with two bonuses, in order to help pay for the cost of transferring to the service.

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Analyst: iPhones still top dog among US carriers

04/04, 1:30am

Revamped HTC One M8 knocks Galaxy S4 from second at Verizon

The iPhone -- specifically, the iPhone 5s -- has been the top seller at all four major US carriers since its introduction, a trend that continued in March according to figures compiled by Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley. The year-old Samsung Galaxy S4 took second place among three of the four carriers, though it was knocked out of second at Verizon by the new HTC One M8. The S4 took third at Verizon, with the company's Note 3 phablet taking third at AT&T and Sprint, while the LG G2 took third at T-Mobile.

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Sprint sends invitations to April 29 event, hints at HD Voice launch

04/02, 1:32pm

Sprint event asks for attendees to 'hear it for yourself'

Sprint has sent out invitations to an event in New York, asking members of the press to "hear it for yourself." Though the invitation does not specifically mention what exactly will be demonstrated, the April 29th event is likely to be a formal unveiling of Sprint's delayed HD Voice service, and an announcement about the high-quality audio call's national launch.

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Sprint CEO reveals HD Voice launching across network in July

03/26, 8:33am

High-quality voice calls heading to Sprint subscribers this summer

Sprint will be launching its delayed HD Voice on compatible smartphones in the majority of markets across the United States this summer, the head of the carrier has revealed. CEO Dan Hesse revealed during a keynote talk at Oracle Industry Connect that the high-quality voice service will roll out for subscribers throughout the country "around the first of July."

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Virgin Mobile cuts prices on contract-free iPhone 5s, 5c models

03/21, 10:21pm

Units are still locked to Virgin Mobile, cannot be legally unlocked

Sprint subsidiary Virgin Mobile, which sells CDMA iPhone models without an obligation to a monthly contract, is running a sale on both the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, with the 16GB 5c starting at $315, with the 32GB at $385. The iPhone 5s is available for $385 (16GB), $455 (32GB) or $525 (64GB). There is a catch to the offer: the iPhones are all locked to Virgin Mobile, and the carrier doesn't unlock the phones. Under current US law, it is illegal to unlock a carrier-locked smartphone without the company's blessing.

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RadioShack, Sprint reveal Samsung Galaxy S5 pre-order plans

03/21, 1:58pm

Samsung Galaxy S5 pre-orders similar to other carriers

Following the unveiling of pre-order plans by a number of other carriers, Sprint and RadioShack have both revealed how they will sell the Samsung Galaxy S5. RadioShack will start accepting pre-orders from March 21st, while Sprint has opened up its pre-orders for the smartphone today, and will be offering the new Samsung smart watch range as well.

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Sprint closing 55 stores, 150 repair centers in cost-cutting scheme

03/21, 7:46am

Total of 330 technical consultants will lose jobs at Sprint

Sprint is closing a number of its stores and repair centers, in an effort to reduce its expenditure. Part of cuts revealed by Sprint in January, the SoftBank-owned carrier laid off a total of 330 technical consultants, shutting down 150 service and repair centers in the process, as well as closing 55 stores deemed to be performing under expectations.

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Sprint Prepaid revamps contract-free service with LTE data

03/14, 12:40pm

Prepaid service relaunch accompanied by Sprint Money Express

Sprint will offer its customers a revamped third prepaid mobile phone service, alongside existing brands Boost Mobile and Virgin. Sprint Prepaid will apparently offer a similar service to what customers receive under its existing contract plans, with most options offering unlimited talk and text, and while there is a plan to provide unlimited data, it does come with some potential deal-breakers.

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Sprint CEO confirms desire to buy T-Mobile in television interview

03/11, 9:34am

Deal likely to be halted by US regulators, but effort will be made anyhow

In a television interview with PBS's Charlie Rose, Sprint chairman Masayoshi Son declared that he was interested in buying T-Mobile. Citing "steps and details" that have yet to be negotiated, the executive claimed that he "would like to have the real fight, OK? Not the pseudo fight, the real fight" with competitors AT&T and Verizon.

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Sprint sued by Feds for fraudulent cellphone tapping overcharge

03/03, 6:34pm

Sprint alleged to have overcharged for illegal equipment install

Wireless carrier Sprint is being sued by the US government for overcharging for its services in cellphone surveillance. Allegedly, the carrier submitted $21 million above and beyond its actual expenses (which it is entitled to). The government, however, is seeking triple damages -- $63 million -- as the violation by the carrier is charged to have been a willing and blatant violation of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), the law that allows Sprint to be reimbursed for reasonable expenses associated with data collection.

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Ting to support unlocked Sprint iPhone 5 next week, sources say

02/25, 4:19pm

Age of device likely overriding concern

Sprint-based MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) Ting will start supporting unlocked iPhone 5 units on its network by next week, sources say. The carrier's iPhone support has so far been limited to the iPhone 4 and 4S; iPhone 5 support has allegedly been held up by Sprint, which often avoids allowing phones on MVNOs until they're a generation or more behind. Because the iPhone 5s and 5c have been available for several months already, the iPhone 5 has reportedly been given the go-ahead.

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Sprint launches Wi-Fi calling for customers with poor coverage

02/21, 12:40pm

Two Android devices work with Sprint Wi-Fi service, more expected later in 2014

Sprint is following in the footsteps of T-Mobile, by allowing customers to make calls over Wi-Fi. The service will let users make and receive calls and texts through their registered Sprint number through the network connection when the device is not able to connect to the Sprint cellular network itself, allowing customers to use their phones at home and at work in signal blackspots.

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Sprint quarterly results show subscriber increase, $1.04B loss

02/11, 8:43am

Sprint claims 53.9M subscribers, 5.6M smartphone sales

Sprint's latest quarterly results show it has suffered a loss of $1.04 billion, an improvement on last year's $1.32 billion loss, under its second quarter of ownership by SoftBank. Revenue from the carrier enjoyed a year-on-year increase from $9 billion to $9.14 billion in the fourth quarter, also up from its third-quarter results, giving it a full-year revenue of $35.5 billion.

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Apple, MS, others pledge to help get more US students on Internet

02/04, 11:16am

Obama initiative valued at about $750 million

US President Barack Obama is today announcing commitments from several US corporations towards connecting more students to high-speed Internet, says the Associated Press. In all, about $750 million has been pledged; Apple is offering $100 million in iPads, computers, and other tools, while Verizon is providing the same amount in straight cash and in-kind contributions. AT&T and Sprint are offering free Internet access; Microsoft is promising copies of Windows at discounted rates, and 12 million free copies of Microsoft Office.

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Android KitKat for HTC One reaches Canadian carriers, Sprint early

02/02, 11:06am

KitKat update for Android starts North American roll-out

Owners of the HTC One in Canada have started to receive the Android 4.2.2 update to their devices, despite it only entering carrier testing late last week. At the same time as Canada's rollout, the Android KitKat update for Sprint subscribers has been made available to download, though as a "customer initiated request" rather than a pushed update.

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President Obama thanks tech firms for ConnectED involvement [u]

01/29, 12:43am

Four firms singled out for supporting educational high-speed Internet deployment

[Updated with Apple statement] As part of his State of the Union address Tuesday evening, President Barack Obama thanked four tech firms -- including Apple, Microsoft, Verizon and Sprint -- for their involvement and support of his and the FCC's ConnectED high-tech initiative, which aims to level the playing field for poorer districts by providing high-speed Internet access to all of America's schools and students. Obama described the participation as a "down payment" on connecting schools and students over the next three years.

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Briefly: ZTE Optik 2 $30 from Sprint, 5by launch app for iOS, Android

01/24, 12:21pm

ZTE Optik 2 3G tablet available online through Sprint

Sprint has revealed the 3G tablet ZTE Optik 2, now available online for purchase. The tablet has a 7-inch touchscreen display, and runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Featuring a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM and 8GB of storage, the Optik 2 possesses a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus, video recording and flash, and a front-facing camera that enables video chat.

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