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America’s third largest carrier, Sprint will light up 17 regions of the U.S. with its 4G LTE signals starting from the 28th of February. The carrier is going through quite a makeover, so it’s imperative that the networks are expanded to as many regions as possible to avoid user migrations. The carrier has been losing customers to the likes of T-Mobile due to the remarkably cheap data tariffs and a very aggressive marketing campaign. You can find Sprint’s 4G LTE signals this Tuesday in the following regions: Champaign/Urbana,...

Both the HTC One M8 and the E8 are almost the same phone, aside from the cameras and slight other differences. So it seems normal that they would get updates at the same time. Today Sprint has released OTA updates for both devices with many new enhancements. Both devices now have support for international Wi-Fi calling, so if you’re traveling abroad and make calls to US, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands, there will be no charge. But if you’re calling another country, you’ll still have to pay the roaming rates. There...

In order to compete with the other national carriers, Sprint has cut the prices their data plans again. If you don’t use much data between many people, the new plan can be very compelling. For just $20 per month, you can get 1 GB of data to share with up to 10 lines, before access fees. So it’s just the data plan that’s $20, before you add any devices to your monthly plan. This is still a good deal though, if you have Sprint coverage and do not use much data per month. Will you be taking advantage of this deal? Source:...

Sprint’s version of the LG G2 is now receiving a firmware update which brings forth the HD Voice feature to this 2013 flagship. It’s good to know that Sprint is issuing an update to a device like the G2 which is almost forgotten ever since the successor stormed the markets. Along with introducing HD Voice, Sprint’s changelog also makes a mention of bringing LTE related enhancements to the device, which should improve connectivity to a great extent. The update is rolling out in the conventional fashion, so you should...

Just like the the new Nexus 9, the Nexus 6 is now an official product. With a 5.96″ screen, it’s the biggest Nexus phone to date and a big jump over the Nexus 5’s screen of 4.95″ screen. The 5.96″ screen has a resolution of 2560×1440, making it a QHD screen. Powering this screen is a Snapdragon 850 processor at 2.7 GHz. The storage sizes for the Nexus 5 are 32 GB and 64 GB, so you should have more than enough space to download apps and media. The rear camera is a 13 MP shooters, with Optical Image...

After months of speculation, the HTC-made Nexus 9 is now official. It runs Android 5.0, which now has the official name of Lollipop. It has all of the rumored specs at the expected prices. The Nexus 9 has an 8.9″ 2K screen with a resolution of 2048×1536 and weighing 436 grams. Powering this tablet’s screen is an Nvidia Tegra TK1 64-bit dual-core processor and 2 GB of RAM. It has an 8 MP rear camera and a 1.6 MP front-facing camera. Users who enjoy watching Movies or TV Shows, or enjoy playing games will be delighted...

The Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone will finally hit Boost Mobile starting today. Sprint customers will have to wait until next Friday on the 17th of October to get this unique smartphone from Sharp. Interested customers can get it through Boost Mobile directly starting today for $149.99 off contract or head over to the nearest Best Buy outlet and purchase it via Sprint Prepaid for the same amount. Postpaid customers on Sprint can only get it after October 17 and can opt to buy the smartphone in 24 monthly installments of $10 each. But...

America’s third largest carrier, Sprint, has announced that it will formally shut down its WiMax services from November 6, 2015. Current crop of Sprint handsets based on WiMax networks will run on the carrier’s 3G HSPA networks beyond November 2015. The carrier has even informed MVNOs to educate customers regarding the change and entertain a possible switch to 4G LTE networks. FreedomPop, which is one of Sprint’s MVNOs is already offering an LTE device swap program where customers can trade in their old WiMax phone...