Sprint is now offering an impressive promotion for its newly released LG V30+ handset. The deal will allow customers to grab two V30+ handsets for the price of one for a limited time.
After multiple reports last month, it appears that T-Mobile and Sprint may finally be on the home stretch in regards to their merger. A source familiar with the matter has revealed new details.
After a number of negotiations over three years, the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint may finally be happening, with Reuters reporting a possible announcement as soon as next month.
The third and fourth place cellular companies are again in negotiations to join forces to compete with Verizon and AT&T, and while talks appear serious, neither has gotten to the due diligence phase.
During LG's debut event, the V30 was revealed in all its glory or so we thought. Sprint has announced that it will carry a variant dubbed the V30+ that will arrive with even more internal storage.
Mere months after deciding to become an iPhone-only carrier, Virgin Mobile is now allowing new customers who bring their own iPhones to snap up 12 months of unlimited talk, text, and data for just $1.
Essential has announced that it will reveal an exact release date for its smartphone in a week, while also disclosing it has raised $300 million from investors in its latest funding round.
The unlocked model launched in the US in May, priced at $549 - but the BlackBerry KEYone is heading to Sprint tomorrow, where you'll be able to get one for 18 monthly payments of $22, a total of $396.
BlackBerry has announced pricing details in the US and Canada for its new KEYone handset. The device was originally due to launch this month, but its release was pushed back until May.
Eight months after Google released Android 7.0, and four months after HTC began its rollout for the One M9, Sprint is finally upgrading the device to Nougat... with two-month-old security patches.
After making Android 7.0 available for the Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ last week, Sprint has finally begun its rollout for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, almost eight months after Nougat's original release.
Samsung released Android 7.0 Nougat for the Galaxy Note5 in mid-March, and for the Galaxy S6 edge+ a week later. Now, the update is making its way to both of those devices on Sprint.
Two weeks after T-Mobile released the March security update for Android to its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, Sprint has now started its over-the-air rollout of those patches to both handsets.
AT&T released Android's February security update to the Galaxy Note 4 a couple of weeks ago - but Sprint is now updating the Samsung handset with the very latest set of security patches for March.
Major US carriers are eager to entice LG G6 buyers with all sorts of freebies and discounts, including a 49-inch LG TV, and the opportunity to buy the new $349 LG Watch Sport for just $49.99.
Just a few days behind T-Mobile, Sprint has now begun its Android 7.0 rollout for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, starting with those devices already running Nougat builds from the Galaxy Beta Program.
Sprint has begun rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat for its variant of the HTC 10. The update was originally available for unlocked models of the device in the United States back in November.
Following in the footsteps of Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, AT&T has also decided to start offering its users unlimited data for $100 per month - unfortunately, with no tethering.
If you were looking for an incredible wireless deal, Sprint has unleashed its new unlimited plan of five lines for $90. While it's an amazing offer, there is one big catch to look out for.
US carrier Sprint has purchased a 33% stake in music streaming service Tidal, co-owned by Jay Z and other artists, promising "exclusive content that will only be available to Sprint customers".
LG began rolling out Android 7.0 for its G5 flagship in South Korea earlier this month, and it's now making its way to the device on Sprint in the US, including the November security patches.
In what may prove to be the death knell for Samsung's Note7, all major US carriers are now allowing their customers to replace their replacement Note7 in favour of another smartphone.
Verizon and Sprint have resumed sales of the Galaxy Note7 - but Verizon's reference to the recall contains a notable inaccuracy, and Sprint's listing makes no mention of the handset's safety at all.
Over ten months after Marshmallow was originally released, and five months after HTC made it available for the One E8, Sprint has finally begun rolling out Android 6.0 to the device.
The pre-orders for the Galaxy Note7 have been made available for those in the United States. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon are offering either a free 256GB microSD card or Gear Fit 2.
Microsoft released a new build for Xbox One Preview Program members today. The new build adds the ability to purchase digital content by charging it to the user's mobile carrier account.
From MS v DOJ and BSOD QRs, to PC OEM woes, QuickTime caution, Android 7.0, Surface luxury, Insider discounts, and Sprint's broken Priv promise, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
BlackBerry's CEO said that all four major US carriers would sell the Priv, and Sprint 'happily confirmed' its plans to do so until last Friday - but it now says it won't offer the device after all.
After recently upgrading its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ to Marshmallow, Sprint has now begun upgrading the Galaxy S5 to Android 6.0.1 - but the rollout won't be complete until May 19.
Samsung's slow rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow continues, and its flagship Galaxy Note 5 on Sprint is one of the latest handsets to be upgraded to the newest version of the OS.
LG has announced that its new G5 flagship will go on sale in the US in early April, and for a limited time, those who buy the device will get a free extra battery and charging cradle with it.
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow - the latest non-preview version of the OS - is now rolling out to Samsung's Galaxy S6 on Sprint, in a 1235.87MB update that bumps the build number up to G920PVPU3CPB6.
The 4th largest US carrier has brought back two-year contract agreements for customers. The option was previously discontinued in January following a trend started by T-Mobile US a few years ago.
T-Mobile US users see faster average data speeds, according to OpenSignal, with Verizon just behind them. The Uncarrier has made many moves in recent years to improve its network quality.
Verizon has announced that it will be paying up to $650 for users who wish to end their contracts with other cellular service providers, in addition to bonus data on select plans.
Users of Google's Project Fi cellular service can now add up to nine internet enabled devices to their existing voice plans, without paying for an extra connection.
A new survey conducted by Consumer Reports suggests that T-Mobile is the most popular carrier in the US. Since last year, it appears that Sprint made the most improvements despite being ranked 4th.
The US launch of HTC's new One A9 has been undermined by delayed shipments - of several weeks in some cases - and frustration over its failure to clarify different release dates for certain models.
The three percent of Sprint customers who use more than 23GB of data per billing cycle will be classified as lower-priority users at times and in places where network access is constrained.
Sprint has been fined $1.2 million after failing to properly handle 911 calls from people with hearing difficulties. The issue affected those trying to contact the emergency services for six months.