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The HTC One is a hot Android phone on the market, but since it comes in three different colours: black, silver or red, the carriers decided to not all carry all the colours. If you’re looking for a black one however, you should turn to Sprint. More »

Just recently, the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority offered free Wi-Fi and cell service at metro stations. The services can be found all around New York City, but texting is only available for those using AT&T or T-Mobile. Plans are currently being made to include Verizon and Sprint. More »

Dish Network is looking to climb the ladder to compete with the big names in the mobile market and has recently challenged SoftBank’s plans for a Sprint merger, bidding $25.5 billion in total themselves with $17.3 billion in cash and $8.2 billion in stock. More »

If you’re ever in a situation where dialing 911 in dangerous, USA’s four largest wireless carriers have agreed to relay text messages to text-enabled 911 call centers by May 2014. More »

Those of you that are looking for a nice Samsung Galaxy S III, Radioshack has some nice sweetness for you out there that may as well count as an early Christmas gift. More »

While the other carriers are busy setting up orders or pre-orders for the new Samsung Galaxy Note II, Sprint will be offering their first quad-core phone at a price of $2.99 on a two-year contract. More »

Sprint had recently announced about its LG March, which is a new long-time-no-see QWERTY slider Android smartphone joining the market filled with touchscreen keyboards. More »

We’re in 2012. The end of it, to be exact. And Motorola has just jumped out from nowhere, with a handful of Gingerbread, hot and ready for its Sprint XPRT. In the time of Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean, it does seem a little bizarre and sticking out like a sore thumb. More »

The Samsung Galaxy S III has been a hot phone ever since it was released in July, but if you wait a teeny bit longer (until Black Friday that is,) you accordingly–from the ad leak–can get this phone for just $50 from Sprint! Talk about big savings there! More »

Yups, the follow-up of the popular Samsung Galaxy Note, the Galaxy Note II, will be arriving at all four major U.S. carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile) AND at U.S. Cellular in November… More »

Those Galaxy Nexus owners that are impatient already for the delayed update should be happy to get the Jelly Bean surprise that has just been released. That is, if your carrier is Sprint, and not Verizon. More »

Sprint is currently offering a free ZTE Optik tablet if you purchase any smartphone that’s currently in Sprint’s lineup, including the now discountediPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and more. The deal requires two-year contract on both devices, but if you’re on a strict budget, this may be a good deal for you. More »

It’s not known yet when the new iPhone is set to debut, but Sprint is already making deals towards the soon-to-be-surpassed iPhone 4S. More »

From Htcyou: The white version of HTC EVO 4G LTE will reportedly come to Sprint on July 15th with a launch price of $200 with a two-year contract. Sprint will also offer a deal if you port your number from another carrier, the price will drop to $100. More »

It seems like nowadays, many are opting for the prepaid wireless service instead of those pesky two-year service contracts. Chetan Sharma Consulting recently released data showing that American wireless carriers surprisingly lost postpaid subscribers for the very first time. More »

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