If a leaked document is anything to go by, Sprint will stop offering two-year phone contracts to its new subscribers starting from today. The carrier, however, will continue to offer tablets on two-year contracts.
In the land of carriers, getting subscribers to switch is a big deal. So that’s where promotions come in, to which Sprint is no stranger.
Sprint is one of the few networks in the United States that still offers, technically speaking, unlimited data for its subscribers every month.
At the beginning of October, AT&T launched Wi-Fi Calling for iPhone users after having to earn a waiver to launch the feature.
When Sprint launched its “iPhone For Life” initiative, it meant subscribers could upgrade to a new iPhone every year for $22 per month.
Sources of 9to5Mac and MacRumors reveal that Sprint and T-Mobile will start selling the Apple Watch from September 25 in the United States.
Buying a new iPhone is filled with decisions — which color phone do I get, which model is the best, what capacity is suitable for my usage and so on. Once you have the phone part nailed down, you still have to spend some considering the carrier. In an earlier post, we talked about coverage and now we are going to discuss cost. Which carrier –Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint — offers the best rates? Read on to find out.