Sprint Now Offering 3G-Capable Airave Femtocell
Sprint has begun shipping an EV-DO 3G version of its Airave femtocell to select customers. Sprint spokesperson Mark Elliott confirmed for Fierce Wireless, "Sprint is offering the Airave Access Point for customers who have specific in-building coverage issues. Each customer situation is reviewed independently to determine whether the customer would qualify and benefit from Airave use. This is an updated Airave model, and does support Sprint 3G (EV-DO) data speeds." The Airave is a miniature ih-home cell tower that uses a customer's existing broadband service (rather than Sprint's cellular network) to connect to Sprint's backhaul network. Customers can qualify to get the Airave for free, though it must be returned if the customer deactivates their Sprint service. There is no monthly cost associated with the Airave, which originally went on sale in 2008.
Sprint's 'Magic Box' Is An In-Home Small Cell to Help Improve Coverage
Sprint today announced the Magic Box, a tool Sprint hopes consumers and businesses will use to help it densify its LTE network. The Magic Box is similar to a signal booster in that owners place it in a window.
Sprint Intros 2GB Plan for Those Not Interested in Unlimited Data
Sprint recently added a low-cost 2 GB service plan to its offering. The plan costs $45 per month for a single line ($40 with autopay) and includes unlimited talk and text and 2 GB of data.
Sprint Expands Personal Concierge Service to More Cities
Sprint today said its Direct 2 You home delivery and setup service is now available to all customers in Kansas City, Chicago, and Miami. Sprint initially launched the service in those markets in April, but it was limited to existing customers.
Sprint Gifting Customers with 6-Month Tidal Membership
Sprint today said it is giving new and existing customers free access to the Tidal music streaming service for six months. The service is known for providing exclusive access to music from select artists.
3G or not?
Are the calls made charged?
Why does Sprint have to 'review' each purchase--
--why would anyone lie about having bad in home/office signal? You pay for it. That should be all Sprint needs.
...annnnnnnnnnnnd now I see why there's a 'review' of your service: the device is, appa...
If this is true
It's not free..
Elliott said that Sprint customers who qualify can receive the device for free. Additionally, he said, customers must return the product if they deactivate service or they will be charged a non-return fee. Elliott said there i...