The irony is how, just a few months, ago people were constantly proclaiming that it was just not economical to field two networks of fundamentally different technologies, and for that reason alone Nextel should be shut down as quickly as possible. Yet now that Sprint again has two networks (CDMA + LTE, or three if you want to include WiMax), no one is saying it's a bad idea to have multiple network technologies. Similarly, not a soul complains...
It's official: Verizon is being run by former idiots in Charge of Sprint
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has sprint totally phased out samsung galaxy s2?
Sprint Breaks GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® Record
This week GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS recognized Sprint for shattering the record for the number of cellular phones recycled in one week: 103,582 cellular phones, more than double the previous record.
“We are committed to keeping old cell phones out of landfills and are so pleased that our customers supported us during this record-setting week, as they regularly do throughout the year,” said Jaime Jones, senior vice president of consumer sales at Sprint.
Through its standard phone take back programs including Sprint Buybac...
Sprint = provider going no where
Boise ID needing to switch from VZW
Like a lot of people I find myself in a situation where I need a new phone but do not want to give up my unlimited data or pay full retail. Anyway, I have heard pretty good things about Sprint in this area and was hoping I could get some feedback.
Is the data truly unlimited or is it throttled? Any other unadvertised restrictions?
Realistically what am I looking at for a monthly cost? SMS and data are what I primarily use the device for I use almost no voice minutes.
HTC One vs. Galaxy S4 -- Please Advise
I currently have an HTC EVO Design 4G. I have had it for two years and am ready to upgrade. I am considering the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4. They are the same price.
I use my phone for texts, email, web (mainly checking the news and Google searches), photos, calls, and calendar (pretty much in that order). I occasionally watch videos on Youtube.
I loved my current phone because it was a fairly easy transition for me to a smartphone. Not too big, not too bulky, and easy to learn.
I would really like opinions on which phone would be the best for me given what I use it for. Thanks in advance!!!
Direct Talk battery life
Prip (new PTT app from NII + Motorola)
I pasted the link to the Prip "introduction" page above because it gives some background on why Prip came about and who is involved (NII & Motorola). Interestingly, Prip was apparently born in Reston, VA (the former Nextel corporate HQ).
I'm looking for real-world feedback, because our Sprint Direct Connect service works so poorly where we live. The Airave Sprint gave us actually turns DC off, so we had to turn off the Airave, and Prip claims they can use any data connection with any carrier (3G, 4G or WiFi).
If Prip works as advertised, it might be a decent alternative for the many people who have had poor results with Sprint Di...
S4 or HTC One...
Verizon or Sprint
Windows Phone 8 - When is this releasing?
anyone else having issues with the Sprint service at Busch Stadium
NextMail re-launched as pdvConnect
http://www.4-traders.com/SPRINT-NEXTEL-CORPORATION-1 ... »
Note that pdvConnect is not limited to PTT phones, it is just as easily & productively used with non-PTT phones by installing the pdvConnect ("NextMail") app. I've used the Android version, and it works very well.