Posts Tagged “sprint”

nexus5 red 500x298 Red Nexus 5 launching February 4

A series of obviously fake "leaks" for the Nexus 5 in recent momentarily made the internet believe that the phone would come in colors other than the standard black and white options. We now know that there's definitely a real Nexus 5 with a red color option, and we can expect to see that it will go on sale next Tuesday, February 4. Read More »

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ZTE optik 2 Sprint announces $30 Android tablet, the ZTE Optik 2

Anyone in the market for a new Android tablet has a new wallet-friendly option courtesy of Sprint. The carrier today announced that it is selling the ZTE Optik 2 for just $30 if someone is willing to sign a two-year agreement with the carrier. Before you rush out to throw your money at your local Sprint retailer, pay closer to attention to these details about the device. Read More »

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sprint Sprint will soon add Wi Fi calling to some Android phones

Sprint is gearing up to introduce a Wi-Fi calling system that would route calls over Wi-Fi rather than rely on Sprint's 4G LTE and CDMA networks. A set of leaked training materials reveals that Sprint is planning to have select Android phones able to connect to the Wi-Fi calling system, starting with these two phones: Read More »

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phone unlock Carriers agree to make unlocking phones easier

Getting a phone unlocked from a carrier can be a very frustrating process. I've unlocked three phones with AT&T this year and each instance was just as frustrating as the previous case. Now, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular have jointly agreed to new policies that should make unlocking a phone easier and more fair if a customer has no financial ties to the device. Here are the new guidelines, set to go into effect no later than 12 months after they are approved by the CTIA wireless trade group. Read More »

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sprint Sprint and Best Buy offer students a free year of service

Sprint and Best Buy have announced a partnership that will offer students in the US 12 months of service at no cost. Does the deal sound too good to be true? Well, it should, because there is a small catch.

Students who visit a Best Buy retail store can request the My Way Student Promotion and receive 12 months of free service that includes unlimited talk and text. The plans require that the customer purchase a phone, and it limits the subscriber to only 1 GB of data per month. Switching to an Unlimited plan will require paying $10 per month.

My Way Student subscribers will still be responsible for paying all applicable activation charges, taxes, and monthly service fees, so they aren’t exactly getting a free phone. However, the promotion removes the $70 monthly charge that Sprint typically requires. Once the 12-month period ends, customers will be on the hook for the full $70 per month charges if they don’t terminate the line. More questions can be found at Sprint’s FAQ site.

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page motox 500x263 Moto X MotoMaker personalization tool may come to Sprint and Verizon next week

Motorola accomplished something rare when it managed to release the Moto X on all four major carriers, but it did so without one of its best features - the MotoMaker tool that lets users choose the colors for their phones. The MotoMaker website works only with AT&T phones, but the photo below shows that may change as early as next week.

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S4 Mini 500x367 Samsung Galaxy S4 mini will be available in the USA from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and U.S. Cellular in November

Today, Samsung Telecommunications America has announced that the Galaxy S4 mini will be available in the US in November.

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12 Samsung Galaxy S4 mini coming to AT&T, Sprint and Verizon

It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini will soon be available in the US from AT&T, Sprint and Verizon as press renders of the handset leaked the net.

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