Sprint Will Fix Broken Samsung Galaxy Screens for $50

In what is considered to be a great move both environmentally as well as economically, Sprint has announced that it will fix broken or shattered displays of select Samsung Galaxy smartphones for just $50. The best part here is that even non-Sprint customers can walk into a store and get their display fixed for $50.

Virgin Mobile USA Is Officially Dead as Sprint Pulls the Plug

Following months of negotiations and awaiting regulatory approval, the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is expected to be complete fairly soon with the FCC approving the deal. As the two companies prepare for the eventual merger, Sprint subsidiary Virgin Mobile USA has now announced that it’s closing operations soon. Thankfully, the prepaid carrier mentions

Top 9 Android Smartphones With Physical QWERTY Keyboards

Phones with QWERTY keyboards haven’t been super popular in years. These types of phones were more popular when the original Palm Pilots were around, as well as when BlackBerry was in its prime. Today, however, you don’t see them much anymore, except for maybe a few small cases. However, they’re still being made quite often,

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T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Approved by the FCC

While there’s no official confirmation yet, according to an FCC official quoted by The Verge, the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint has received the necessary votes from the commissioners. It is said that three of the five commissioners voted “yes’” on this merger, while two commissioners voted “no” claiming that could hurt competition. The

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Sprint Officially Adds OnePlus 7 Pro 5G to Its Lineup

Sprint had a couple of good news to offer its fans today. First, it was the much-awaited announcement of the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G on its network. The smartphone will be available starting August 27 i.e. today at select True Mobile 5G retail stores. It will also be available online the next day, i.e. August

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Sprint Will Launch America’s First 5G Powered OnePlus Smartphone

OnePlus is a major force in the European and Asian markets. Its reputation has been significantly bolstered since the release of the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. Sprint has now announced that it will carry OnePlus’ first 5G smartphone in the U.S. “We value OnePlus’ reputation for balancing high-end quality at a great

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T-Mobile & Sprint Merger Approved by the DoJ

The U.S. Department of Justice has today approved the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, finally bringing together two of the top four carriers of the country. It is important to know that this decision was made after multiple speculative reports about the merger emerged. However, the two carriers will be relieved with this news,

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Stylus-Toting LG Stylo 5 Makes Its Way to Sprint

The LG Stylo 5 is an attractive mid-ranger that has already made its way to carriers like Cricket Wireless and Boost Mobile in the U.S. Well, the handset has now officially reached its first major U.S. carrier in the form of Sprint. The handset is sold through the 18-month Sprint Flex plan which consists of

Sprint’s 5G Networks Now Active in Chicago, IL

Sprint has made a major announcement today, adding Chicago, IL to its list of 5G covered cities. This is estimated to cover around 700,000 users in the region. Sprint is further planning to bring coverage in areas of Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington DC. As you can probably imagine, 5G networks are

You Can Now Pre-Order the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

Those interested in jumping on the 5G bandwagon will be pleased to know that Sprint will begin pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G starting today (June 21). Sprint’s Galaxy S10 5G will be available initially in Houston, Kansas City, Dallas, and Atlanta and will eventually head over to Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City,

You Can Officially Get the Sprint Galaxy S10 5G on June 21

Sprint has rolled out its high-speed 5G services in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and Kansas City for the time being. Although a few more cities are expected to be added by the carrier, the rollout is far from complete. However, this doesn’t stop the carrier from releasing brand new 5G capable handsets for the consumers who