Purchasing an iPhone from a carrier is convenient, but it has its drawbacks. With the exception of Verizon which does not lock their 4G phones, most carriers, including Sprint, lock the phone to their network, forcing you to use your iPhone only on their network. If you want to switch, you have to meet certain minimum requirements and jump through hoops to get the carrier to unlock the phone. Though not as easy as Verizon, Sprint is fairly flexible when it comes to unlocking your iPhone. Read on to find out how to unlock your iPhone if it is currently tied to Sprint.
Sprint apparently can’t make up its mind when it comes to whether or not it wants to offer two-year contracts for subscribers.
iPhone SE Buyer’s Guide: Which Carrier to Choose Based on Coverage – AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile
There are a lot of things to consider when you are purchasing a new iPhone SE. You have to pick a color, choose a capacity and, most importantly, select the right carrier. Choosing a carrier is likely the most important decision in this process as you want to ensure you pick the carrier that best suits your needs.
iPhone SE Buying Guide: Which Carrier Offers the Most Affordable Plans — AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile?
Buying a new iPhone is filled with decisions — which color phone do I get, which capacity best meets my needs and so on. Once you have the phone part nailed down, you still have to spend some considering the carrier. Coverage is one consideration, so is cost. Which carrier –Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint — offers the best rates? Read on to find out the best option for the iPhone SE.
Some Sprint customers, the ones using Apple’s latest generation iPhones, are experiencing issues connecting to the carrier’s LTE network after updating to iOS 9.3.
Right at the beginning of 2016, Sprint confirmed it wouldn’t be hosting two-year contracts anymore.
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.
Consumer Reports has been conducting its nationwide survey to rank the “Big Four” wireless carriers in the United States for five years now, and finally an upset has occurred.