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The debate is still going on about who is now the #3 carrier in the US, but Sprint is trying to keep their position with a new deal. Starting today, people who switch to Sprint from another carriers will have all their costs to do so reimbursed. If this type of deal sounds familiar, that’s because T-Mobile has been doing a similar program since last year. However, there are no monetary limits with any device so Sprint has the advantage there. When you switch and port your number over to Sprint, you must select either a Sprint...

LG’s latest smartphone, the G Flex 2 can now be yours if you’re a resident of the U.S. The curved display flagship can be purchased from Sprint starting today with a contract price of $199.99. You can also get the smartphone through the carrier’s monthly instalment program for $21 per month or off contract at $504. The smartphone has been up for pre-order since last month, but it’s good to know that the device will finally start reaching customers’ hands. The carrier has also announced the availability of...

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on Sprint is now believed to be getting the Android 5.0 update. The unlocked variants of the smartphone has already started receiving the update a couple of months ago, but it has taken this long for the update to make its way to Sprint’s variant of the handset. The carrier was actually reported to be receiving the update last week, but for some reason it has taken another week for the carrier to send the update. The update will obviously roll out in stages, so don’t be furious if the update notification...

 Right after AT&T announced an insurance offer, Sprint is now offering the same type of deal. Throughout the month of March, Sprint is offering all customer the ability to get insurance for their LTE phones or tablets even if the original 30 day sign-up window has passed. Sprint calls their plans “Total Equipment Protection” (TEP) and TEP Plus,...

America’s third (or fourth) major carrier, Sprint, has now started the rollout of Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet. The update has all the bells and whistles associated with Android 5.0, but in Samsung’s own form. The software version is N910PVPU1BOB7 here, so make a note of that if you’re expecting an update. The carrier is also issuing WiFi calling related updates, so there are some features from the carrier’s end as well. With the addition of WiFi calling, users will be able to make...

The likes of Sprint and T-Mobile have been relatively late to bring 4G LTE to their customers, but are somehow managing to increase rollout of their networks. A new report now mentions that Sprint is looking to add a myriad of dual-band, tri-band as well as the carrier’s unique Spark networks over the coming months. The site S4GRU has the complete breakdown of the expansion planned by the carrier: 1,100 – Decommissioned iDEN sites converted for new Sprint CDMA/LTE coverage and increased density in some key under served...

A new LG handset with the model number LG-LS991 has been spotted in a user agent profile, revealing the Korean manufacturer’s future flagship handset. Given that the LG G3 was known as the LG-LS990, it’s safe to assume that this is the carrier’s variant of the G4, which is slated for a mid-2015 release. The UAProf leak also sheds light on some of the software features that the Sprint LG G4 is expected to be packing. You can find the full list below: Face Unlock Live Wallpaper-Multiphoto EasyHome LG GATE Unified EULA Voice...

Yesterday, we saw the likes of T-Mobile and AT&T posting teasers for the imminent arrival of the Galaxy S6. Sprint has now joined the action by posting a teaser of its own which is pretty much the same as the teasers from the other two carriers, but with a yellow hue showing on the display instead of the magenta on T-Mobile and blue on the AT&T teaser. AT&T’s teaser from yesterday also mentioned that the smartphone will be arriving in Spring 2015, which was expected given that the device will be officially unveiled...