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Sprint’s new $60 unlimited plan launches August 22

Sprint’s new $60 unlimited plan launches August 22

On August 21, Sprint continued their efforts to change things up, and announced a brand new unlimited data, text and talk plan that should appeal to someone out there that wants to save an extra bit of cash every month. But there are more than a few catches involved.

T-Mobile closes gap on AT&T and Verizon for Network Performance

T-Mobile closes gap on AT&T and Verizon for Network Performance

According to the RootMetrics Midyear Mobile Network Performance Report, Verizon had the best performing wireless network in the United States. AT&T followed close behind, with T-Mobile and Sprint trailing in third and fourth place respectively. 

Sprint intros Family Share Pack, 20GB of shared data for $100 and other options

Sprint intros Family Share Pack, 20GB of shared data for $100 and other options

On August 6, Sprint officially announced that they would be replacing former CEO Dan Hesse with Marcelo Claure. First order of business? New pricing for subscriber plans, and that’s where the Now Network’s new Family Share Pack comes in.

FCC questioning all carriers on throttled data policies

FCC questioning all carriers on throttled data policies

It turns out, Verizon’s plans for “network optimization” for a small fraction of its subscribers has apparently not just worked up the FCC in regards to Big Red, but all of the major wireless carriers in the United States, according to a new report.

Sprint names Marcelo Claure new president and CEO effective August 11

Sprint names Marcelo Claure new president and CEO effective August 11

On August 5, word broke that Sprint was officially abandoning their plans to purchase T-Mobile. At the same time, reports of Dan Hesse, the wireless carrier’s president and CEO, being replaced swirled. On August 6, Sprint confirmed the news by naming a new president and CEO.

Sprint reportedly ‘abandoning’ purchase of T-Mobile

Sprint reportedly ‘abandoning’ purchase of T-Mobile

Over the last several months, reports of Sprint’s planned purchase of T-Mobile have been swirling. Now, though, it looks like it will end with just a whimper, rather than a bang.

Sprint is reportedly testing out sweeping changes for their plans, including shared family data

Sprint is reportedly testing out sweeping changes for their plans, including shared family data

As it stands, Sprint is the carrier that offers “truly unlimited” data, and it is one of the only tentpoles the network has when compared to the other networks, including T-Mobile. But with pressure from both ends, Sprint’s reportedly looking to change things up.

Sprint will offer a 30-day trial program for new subscribers

Sprint will offer a 30-day trial program for new subscribers

Sprint has unveiled their own effort to help customers try out their network, with the announcement that their 14-day trial period will be extended for new subscribers.

Sprint starts throttling data speeds for top 5% of unlimited data customers

Sprint starts throttling data speeds for top 5% of unlimited data customers

In the wake of increasing data consumption, Sprint has announced that it will start throttling the speeds of unlimited data subscribers who figure in the top 5 percent of data consumers starting next month.

Sprint to make all devices domestically unlockable from February 11, 2015

Sprint to make all devices domestically unlockable from February 11, 2015

Sprint has updated its unlocking policy, which now states that it will make all devices launched after February 11, 2015 unlockable so that they can be used on other domestic networks such as AT&T or T-Mobile.