Sprint's HTC EVO 4G Adds Video Chat, Available June 4
Sprint today announced that the forthcoming HTC EVO 4G will be one of the first handsets in the U.S. to support live video chats. The application for the video chats is being provided by Qik, which already offers a live video streaming service for smartphones. Sprint did not say if that feature would incur extra charges on top of the required data plan. It can also handle simultaneous voice and data sessions in 4G markets, and can stream HD video content over the wireless network. According to Sprint, it will be the first mobile product capable of watching YouTube videos in "high quality." The EVO 4G will require a $70/mo Everything Unlimited plan. WiMax 4G access will incur an additional $10 per month, and is mandatory for certain 4G devices, no matter if there is WiMax coverage or not. Customers can also choose to make the EVO 4G hotspot capable for up to eight devices for an additional $30 per month. It will be available on June 4 for $199.
YouTube Live Streaming from Mobile Devices Coming Soon
YouTube today said users will soon be able to stream video live from their mobile phones. The video site already supports live streaming from PCs, and YouTube first promised to bring live streaming to phones last summer.
YouTube to Enable Mobile Live Video Streaming
Google plans to add live video streaming to its YouTube mobile apps. Google says live streaming will be incorporated into the application's core and won't require a separate app or download.
Sprint Adds Free Hulu to Unlimited Plan
Sprint and Hulu today said they've partnered together so Sprint customers can enjoy access to Hulu's content for free. New and existing Sprint Unlimited Freedom subscribers can add Hulu at no extra charge.
Sprint Adds High-Quality Video Option to Unlimited Plan
Sprint today moved to appease its video-loving customers with an add-on that provides unlimited HD video streaming. The Unlimited Freedom Premium plan costs $80 per month for a single line or $140 for two lines and includes 1080p HD high-quality video, music streaming at 1.5Mbps, and gaming at up to 8Mbps.
(this is if it is true that the $10 premium charge is correct)
I thought they would offer it for free like VZW Palm Pre.
It is also 3g and capped. the evo's is 4g and unlimited
Red offering that free feature on any of their other handsets do you? Then why would Sprint give it away on their flagship device?
$69.99 (unlit everything cell2cell)
$10 for 4G
$30 for mobile hotspot for 8 devices (!!!)
$69.99 unlit talk
$30 for smartphone data 3G
$20 for unlit text
$30 for 5GB of tethering (free on the Pre ONLY)
They're going to force the $10 "premium data" on everyone, even if they don't have 4G in their area!!!
Hey sprint you suck and you're not att and verizon!
sprint just killed themselves again, no sh...
Ok but can you update our current device already!!!
People can't do math
Sprint - $79 = $69-450min unlimited text, unlimited WEB with NO CAP- Free Music, TV and Navigation. Unlimited ANY mobile to mobile calls -$10 4g service
ATT - $108 = $39-450min - $20 unlimited text - $30 unlimited WEB - $9 early nights&weekends - $10 Navigation â€“ NO TV, Music or or Mobile to Mobile
I love all the people that complain about Sprint pricing. So if you want to spend more money go ahead and I could care less about all the people that are not in area that has 4G.. Guess what, When LTE comes out it w
Voice & Data while on 4G - bye bye AT&T
Besides, they don't say that because T-Mobile already supports voice + data.
And by the time they get a sizable footprint, chances are they'll b...
Thanks for dropping the ball, Verizon.
$10 removed data cap... on 3G as well as 4G.
Update: According to Phone Scoop, that $10 premium add-on has the benefit of no data cap for either WiMAX or 3G connections. Since we're on the subject of updates, have you seen our bevy of new EVO 4G videos yet?
I'd pay for no data cap on 3G... and wait for 4G to hit where I live.
the way cust care recived the info
HTC EVO 4G Debuts June 4!
What you need to know:
The critics agree that HTC EVO 4G is this summerâ€™s must-have wireless experience as it continues to win their accolades and endorsements. CNET, LAPTOP and eWeek gave HTC EVO 4G awards for Best of Show when it was announced at CTIA this spring.
Well the wait is over, almost. Tonight at a special event in New York, Dan Hesse announced HTC EVO 4G will be available exclusively from Sprint on June 4, 2010 in all Sprint retail channels, including Telesales, Sprint.com and national retail partners, RadioShack, Best Buy and Wal-Mart.
Why you need to know it:
Although it wonâ€™t be available for 3 more weeks, Hesseâ€™s announcement...
What about rumors of a 4G iPhone?
Letâ€™s be clear. Whenever Apple launches its 4th iPhone, it will be just that â€“ the 4th generation of a 3G iPhone. It will not run on a 4G network like HTC EVO
10 dollar a month is REQUIRED on all plans
its a premium data fee for 4g what about us that dont have 4g?!?! RIP OFF
expensive? ll cool jake shut that hole on your face : )
First? "High Quality"?
Loving Sprint more and more
We are finally getting overseas!