Galaxy S7

[Deal] Sprint + unlocked Galaxy S7 for $429.99

The #Samsung #GalaxyS7 from #Sprint can now be yours for $429.99 courtesy of online retailer eBay. The smartphone, despite coming from Sprint, has been unlocked to work with a variety of GSM carriers. The seller mentions that you won’t get the device in its original box although all the accessories of the handset (charger, headphones, manual

Samsung Galaxy J3

[Deal] Boost Mobile Galaxy J3 (2016) for $129.99

The #Samsung #GalaxyJ3 (2016) is now available from eBay for a miserly $129.99. This is quite a deal on a 2016 handset such as this one, although it’s only a mid-ranged offering. The Galaxy J3 2016 is available elsewhere for about $180, so you’re saving about $150 on the price here. The handset comes with

[Deal] Boost Mobile LG G Stylo for $69.99

Boost Mobile’s #LG #GStylo can now be yours for a smooth $69.99. The deal comes via online retailer eBay, with Best Buy being the provider of the device. So you’re getting the device from a credible source here. The handset packs a budget-ranged hardware at best, but you probably guessed that by the price tag. Well,

LG Stylo 2

[Deal] LG G Stylo 2 for $149.99

The #LG #GStylo2 can now be snatched up for just $149.99 from eBay. This is the cheapest we’ve seen the handset selling for as it usually retails for about $179.99. The smartphone is said to be compatible with Boost Mobile in the U.S., which means it will only work on Sprint’s 4G LTE networks in the

CyanogenMod 13 now available for Sprint and U.S. Cellular Galaxy S5

Just as T-Mobile starts sending out #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow to the #GalaxyS5, the #CyanogenMod team has made the update available for the Sprint and U.S. Cellular variants as well. This won’t be similar to T-Mobile’s update, though, mainly because CyanogenMod 13 comes with some custom features that are otherwise not available on OEM devices. Bear

Sprint killing off two-year contracts for good

#Sprint announced earlier this year that new customers will not be able to get its devices on two-year contracts. This was seen as the carrier’s way of keeping with the trend as contracts are as good as dead today with most users preferring the monthly installments option. But Sprint kept the two-year contracts option available

HTC 10

HTC 10 now available from Sprint starting at $21/month

#Sprint customers have been waiting to get info on the #HTC10 smartphone. Well, the smartphone is finally available for purchase from the carrier, and with an asking price of as low as $21 per month (24 months). You can get the handset off contract for $624, which is expensive by about $120 compared to the

[Deal] Sprint Galaxy Note 5 for $349.99

The #Sprint version of the #Samsung #GalaxyNote5 can now be yours for just $349.99 from eBay. As you probably guessed by now, this model is locked to work with Sprint’s networks, so you won’t be able to use this particular handset with another carrier. The device is off-contract, of course, which makes this a very

[Deal] Sprint Sharp Aquos Crystal for $79.99

Sharp’s attractive looking #AquosCrystal smartphone can now be yours for just $79.99 from eBay. The smartphone is not a high-end handset internally, but the design and appearance certainly screams of premium. This is a Sprint only offering, however, so your network choices are fairly limited at this point. The handset comes with a 5-inch 720p display, a

Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0

[Deal] Sprint Galaxy Tab E 8.0 with 4G LTE for $199.99

The #Sprint version of the #Samsung #GalaxyTabE is now available for just $199.99 courtesy of an eBay retailer. The tablet comes with 4G LTE as well, which makes this a very attractive offering for the price. There aren’t a lot of LTE tablets from top manufacturers selling for under $200 today, so make sure you take note

Sprint Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy S5 Sport getting Marshmallow

#Sprint is now sending out the #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow update for the #Samsung #GalaxyNoteEdge as well as the #GalaxyS5Sport, both devices from 2014. The update will bring in a multitude of changes to the two devices, especially since both devices were originally launched with Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The update should be hitting devices right away,

[Deal] Sprint Prepaid HTC Desire 816 for $79.99

The #HTC #Desire816 is an impressive handset and has managed to do fairly well in the mid-range/budget market segment. If you’ve been anticipating the purchase of a device like this, well, an eBay listing has you covered. A retailer there is offering the Sprint Prepaid version of the Desire 816 for a miserly $79.99. Granted

Sprint

Sprint brings LTE Plus to New York City

#Sprint has just announced the arrival of LTE Plus in New York City, which will offer increased data speeds on eligible devices. The carrier has mentioned that it has doubled the speeds and capacity of over 900 cell sites in the surrounding areas, which bodes well for customers of the network. While Sprint is currently in the

[Deal] Boost Mobile LG G Stylo for $99.99

Boost Mobile’s large sized stylus-toting offering, the #LG #GStylo is now available for purchase at just $99.99 from eBay. This makes the handset a very exciting proposition, especially if you’re in the market for a budget device. There’s no telling as to how long the pricing will last, so it makes sense to utilize the deal while

[Deal] 16GB Sprint Galaxy Tab 7 for $104.98

The #Sprint version of the #Samsung #GalaxyTab7 can now be nabbed for just $104.98 courtesy of a new deal from eBay. This is a refurb item, but still a very good value at just under $105. It’s not known as to how long this pricing will be valid, so we urge you to hurry in

[Deal] 16GB Sprint Galaxy S5 for $139.99

An eBay listing is currently offering the #Sprint version of the #Samsung #GalaxyS5 for just $139.99. The smartphone here is seller refurbished, thus explaining the ridiculously low cost. However, that shouldn’t be much of a concern given that the handset is still among the best in the business, even though it’s two years old in the

Galaxy S6 fails to boot normally after a failed update, other issues

As you may have already known, updates can sometimes cause problems instead instead of fixing some. That’s because there’s simply too many variables that developers cannot deal all at once. The interplay of operating system and apps can sometimes lead to conflicts that developers may not have anticipated. We hope that this post can help those looking

Sprint sending out Android 6.0 for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

After sending out the Android 6.0 update for the #GalaxyNote5 earlier today, Sprint has also sent out the update to the Galaxy S6 edge+. The update will come with the same features as the Galaxy Note 5, sans the S Pen related features. The update should have already reached your device, but if it hasn’t,