For a limited time, Boost Mobile is letting qualified customers bring their own number from Cricket or MetroPCS can get unlimited data, talk and text with up to 2.5GB of high-speed 4G LTE data starting at $20 a month. Boost claims that the promotion will save you roughly $20-30 by switching compared to you current plan. Once the introductory rates end, customers will be moved to the most comparable monthly plan.
Third-party sellers on Amazon have brought the One M9+ and E9+ to the US, despite HTC making it clear that it wouldn’t launch the two devices outside of Asia, which could contribute to the company’s increasingly poor earnings.
There are now three options when it comes to buying the LG G Stylo. The phone has been available from Boost Mobile for a few weeks, but Sprint and its prepaid offering have joined in selling the G Style starting today.
Google has updated its official Android Auto application in the Play Store to bring compatibility of the platform to AT&T, Sprint and Verizon-branded variants of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5.
Last month Sprint revealed that the company had burned through $914 million in cash during the first quarter as part of its efforts to gain new subscribers. While more consumers are making the switch to Sprint, the financial results are unsustainable over the long haul with analysts projecting another $4.5 billion in cash to be used the rest of this year. In February, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure indicated he was open to selling some of Sprint’s 2.5 GHz spectrum. Analysts are now saying that even that move would not have a major impact on the company’s position. Read more
Sprint’s Chief Executive Officer, Marcelo Claure, hasn’t been in charge of the U.S. carrier for a full year yet, but he’s optimistic that Sprint will become either No.1 or 2 in the next 18-24 months. At the Code Conference at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, the CEO was bullish about Sprint’s prospects and future strategies. Read more
Best Buy has launched their pre-order page for the LG G4 and in an effort to entice buyers to stop by one of their stores instead of going directly to the carriers, they are offering a $100 gift card with the purchase of the G4. That could be useful for users who want to add a case or car charger or some other accessory to their order. The pre-order page also lists release dates for several carriers and colors of the smartphone. Read more
Starting today, residents in the United States can pre-order LG’s flagship smartphone of 2015, the G4, from Sprint for $18 per month on a two-year contract with no upfront fee or for $599.99 without a contract on a pre-paid tariff.
It looks Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is getting some added protection. The carrier is pushing out a new update to their Samsung Galaxy Note 4, further protecting the device against thievery.
The trial period for Sprint Direct 2 You in Kansas City has ended and the program is about to launch in new cities across the United States. The program that takes Sprint’s in-store experience to customer locations will be offered in Miami and Chicago starting on June 1. New York City, San Francisco, and Denver are set to follow in early June as well. People in those cities can call upon a Sprint representative to meet and receive personal care.
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