Posts Tagged with "Sprint"

FCC Ruling on 800MHz Band a Boon for Sprint | Tech NEWS

Saturday, May 26, 2012

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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved a rule change for part of the 800MHz band Thursday, opening the door for Sprint Nextel to use the band for its 4G LTE network. PCWorld Latest Technology News

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Some Sprint Customers Receiving HTC EVO 4G LTE’s Along With Free TPU Cases and Apology Letter | Tech NEWS

Saturday, May 26, 2012

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For some lucky HTC EVO 4G LTE pre-orders, their devices are being shipped with a bonus — an official HTC TPU case and an apology letter. The letter expresses Sprint’s sincere apologies for the delays (although, really, it was never their fault). Pretty gesture on Sprint’s part. This is the first I’ve heard from users […]

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Moto Droid 4 for 1 Cent, Sprint Galaxy Nexus $50, HTC Rezound $50, and Razr Maxx for $150 [Deals] | Tech NEWS

Thursday, May 24, 2012

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For a limited time, Amazon Wireless is having a muy bueno sale on some of the hottest Android devices currently accessible. Those of you on Sprint can get the Galaxy Nexus for only o and when it comes to Verizon, you’ll notice more than a few heavily discounted handsets with the Droid Razr standing out […]

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Sprint Sunsetting 5GB Mobile Hotspot Plan, Intros New Ones | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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Sprint has refreshed the plans available to customers wishing to add the mobile hotspot feature to their smartphone or tablet. First, Sprint is “expiring” the 5GB for .99 monthly option. Existing customers with this plan can keep it as long as they don’t cancel their service. New customers, however, must pick between two options: .99 […]

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Sprint Kills Off 5GB Tethering Plan for $30 – Adds New 2GB Plan for $20 and 6GB for $50 | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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Sprint is hoping new changes to their mobile hotspot pricing models will bring about new customers who might have otherwise been apprehensive to take the jump into their data-only tethering service. The old 5GB for plan has officially been killed off, replaced instead with a lower entry-level 2GB plan for , and higher 6GB for […]

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Sprint to Deliver First Wave of EVO 4G LTEs May 24 | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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Sprint today took to its neighborhood forums to announce that some shipments of the HTC EVO 4G LTE have cleared customs and will be delivered to those who preordered the device on or about May 24. Sprint said that it will give more details about a national retail launch as soon as it can. The […]

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As Verizon Pushes Data Caps, Sprint Waves Unlimited Option | Tech NEWS

Sunday, May 20, 2012

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As the carriers tweak their plans, competitors jockey to lure customers with alternatives. PCWorld Latest Technology News

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Sprint Debuts Service for Customers with Speech Disabilities | Tech NEWS

Friday, May 18, 2012

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Sprint today announced a new service that will help customers who have speech disabilities communicate with others via their wireless phone. The My Wireless STS service works via a short code that when dialed connects the speech-disabled customer with a speech-to-speech operator. The operator can then complete the call and assist with the conversation, including […]

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Sprint officially acknowledges EVO 4G LTE delays; says there’s no definitive shipping date | Tech NEWS

Thursday, May 17, 2012

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Yesterday, news surfaced that HTC’s newest devices, the EVO 4G LTE and the HTC One X for AT&T, have hit a bit of a road bump on their way to the United States. US Customs and Border Protection delayed the shipment of the devices due to inspection to make sure they don’t infringe on Apple patent […]

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Sprint Now Supports Carrier Billing in Google Play | Tech NEWS

Thursday, May 17, 2012

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Google today announced that Sprint supports carrier billing for all purchases in the Google Play Store. This means Sprint customers can now purchase digital goods — including music, movies, and books — in the Google Play Store and have the purchases added to their Sprint bill. Previously, only apps were supported. Phone Scoop – Latest […]

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