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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 releasing via C Spire soon

#CSpire has just announced that it will soon carry Samsung’s latest flagship, the #GalaxyNote5. It’s not clear as to how much the smartphone will cost during launch, although we expect more word on that to come in soon. It’s good to see that Samsung is looking towards relatively smaller carriers for its flagship offering and

Samsung Galaxy S3 on C Spire getting Android 4.3 update

The Samsung Galaxy S3 on C Spire has just started receiving the Android 4.3 update. And as we were expecting, the update brings support for the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. This packs the build number L710WWAMK4. Here’s a brief look at the changelog of the update:     Galaxy Gear Compatibility     Premium Suite Features    

HTC One now available on C Spire Wireless

The HTC One is the second most popular device out at the moment, straggling against the Galaxy S4 but outperforming everything else in the US with over five million sales in the first few weeks. Regional carrier C Spire Wireless has managed to grab the smartphone. For those that do not know, C Spire is

C Spire now offers Samsung Galaxy S4

The regional wireless carrier C Spire has finally added the Samsung Galaxy S4 to its list of product offerings. The company announced the upcoming arrival of the Samsung Android flagship for 2013 back in April, and opened the device to pre-orders since that time. The smartphone that was recently named the most-loved handset in a survey

C Spire Partners With Alcatel-Lucent For 4G LTE Deployment

C Spire Wireless and Alcatel-Lucent are working together to carry on the $60 million-dollar initial upgrade of 4G LTE mobile broadband network. The operator is the first ever to offer high-speed mobile broadband in the state of Mississippi. This is a step that everyone has already been expecting when it laid out its plan in

Judge Clears The Way For Sprint & C-Spire To Sue AT&T

U.S. District Court Judge, Ellen Huvelle has agreed to allow both Sprint and C-Spire to move forward with their lawsuits against AT&T to block the $39 billion dollar proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile.  AT&T had originally sought to have those suits dismissed. Huvelle is allowing Sprint to move forward with their injury claims about