Sprint CEO Points to Future Merger with Cable Company
Sep25

Sprint CEO Points to Future Merger with Cable Company

Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure has basically just told Reuters that the company is open for business and willing to merge with a cable company under the right circumstance. Sprint is putting itself in the shop window as it is thought cable companies will now be looking to acquire a mobile wireless company. The recent purchase of Cablevision means there are no viable mergers on the horizon in the telecommunications industry, which means...

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Unknown Update Lands on AT&T/Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6
May14

Unknown Update Lands on AT&T/Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6

A mysterious update has landed on the Samsung Galaxy S6 running on AT&T’s network, with no changelist accompanying the software. On top of that, users of Sprint are also reporting the upgrade that weighs in at 237MB and seems to add nothing new in terms of features of software enhancements. It certainly is not Android related as the GS6 remains on Lollipop 5.0.2. Just two days ago a 159.29MB update landed on the Galaxy S6 flagship,...

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Latest Reliability Survey Show Sprint Moving Up Overtaking T-Mobile for 3rd
Feb12

Latest Reliability Survey Show Sprint Moving Up Overtaking T-Mobile for 3rd

RootMetrics does network performance tests to see just how reliable networks are for the major carriers and it's not great news for the "un-carrier" T-Mobile, they are now dead last in network reliability.  While taking down their prices to attract customers they may have a hard time keeping them with their network coverage. Sprint on the other hand seems to have finally gotten over the merging of Nextel's incompatible network and...

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Hefty Fine for Sprint over Cramming Allegations
Dec17

Hefty Fine for Sprint over Cramming Allegations

Sprint is in a spot of bother with the FCC as the body accuses the network of cramming and the result of the findings could be a big $105 million fine. Cramming is when a carrier adds unauthorized extra charges to a customer’s monthly data bill, something the FCC has been fighting to eradicate over the last few months. Some may remember in October the regulatory body fined AT&T a similar amount of money for the same practice. In the...

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Sprint Named Worst Carrier in USA
Nov22

Sprint Named Worst Carrier in USA

Industry compiler Consumer Reports has finished a new study conducted between some 60,000 users of wireless carriers throughout the United States. The results show that none of the big four networks excel at the top of the class, but three of them are doing decidedly better than one. It seems that consumers crave the simple things in terms of what they get such as good customer care, and of course to feel like they are getting a deal....

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Sprint Cuts Price of HTC One M8 Harmon/Kardon
Nov22

Sprint Cuts Price of HTC One M8 Harmon/Kardon

Black Friday is still a weekend in the future, but already the deals are coming out as retailers snap into action a bit earlier. Take Sprint for example, the Now Network has opened the festivities with a strong deal, cutting the price of the HTC One M8 Harman/Kardon Edition by a sizeable amount, ushering in one of the best smartphone deals you will find over the Black Friday period. Normally through the carrier this handset comes with...

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