All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Sprint’

Sprint Will Offer Unlimited 4G Data Plans

Earlier this month we brought you news that Sprint had unveiled a new Android smartphone – the LG Viper – that would be available on the company’s fledgling 4G LTE network when it launched. While the phone itself was not especially remarkable, one part of the announcement was pretty important: it hinted that Sprint would continue offering its unlimited data …

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Sprint Sells 1.5 Million iPhones in Q1

Sprint has been losing money with the impending shutdown of its Nextel network. Customers had been leaving the “push to talk” walkie-talkie-like service in waves, and Sprint is pulling the plug at the end of the year. Though, investors have been happy with the performance of Apple’s iPhone on the Sprint network, as the company has added a $10-per-month surcharge …

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Sprint Responds To New York Tax Fraud Lawsuit

Yesterday we brought you news that the state of New York had filed a $300 million lawsuit against Sprint for tax fraud. The suit alleges that Sprint did not properly collect and pay sales taxes on their wireless access fees. According to the suit, Sprint deliberately evaded paying $100 million in sales taxes in order to keep prices lower and …

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Sprint Sued By New York For Tax Fraud

The New York attorney general has sued Sprint for $300 million for failure to pay sales tax for seven years. The company allegedly failed to collect sales tax on charges associated with its wireless accounts. The state of New York alleges that Sprint’s under-payment cost the government around $100 million. You may be wondering why the government is suing for …

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AT&T, Verizon, T-mobile, and Sprint Scored on Speed

Wireless carriers make all sorts of claims when trying to sell data plans to smartphone users. It can be hard to sort out which carriers advertise their 3G and 4G networks as the fastest, most reliable, and most widespread. To cut through the confusion, PCWorld has tested all of the networks and provided some definitive evidence for which carrier really …

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Galaxy Nexus Coming To Sprint April 22nd

A month ago we reported a rumor that the popular Samsung Galaxy Nexus would be coming to Sprint on April 15th. With the 15th having now come and gone, that rumor was plainly wrong. But apparently it was pretty darn close. Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Nexus will be coming to Sprint this coming Sunday, April 22nd Unlike Verizon, …

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Sprint Unveils New LG Viper, Promises Unlimited 4G LTE Data Plans

Sprint has announced the latest addition to their small-but-growing lineup of 4G LTE capable smartphones. The LG Viper 4G LTE will be available for pre-order from Sprint’s website beginning Thursday, April 12th. The LG Viper is the second 4G LTE-capable smartphone Sprint will offer, after the popular Galaxy Nexus. The LG Viper features a respectable feature set. It comes with …

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Ice Cream Sandwich For Nexus S 4G Leaked

A week ago we brought you news that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich had come to Samsung’s Galaxy S II Skyrocket thanks to a leak. The leak allowed Skyrocket owners to get their hands on the latest and greatest version of Android. Though Ice Cream Sandwich will probably be coming to Galaxy S II smartphones in the US eventually, Samsung …

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Sprint to Sell Upcoming iPhone 4G at Launch [Report]

Apple’s tentative iPhone 5 is widely expected to support 4G LTE networking, in line with the new iPad, and it’s been speculated that Sprint will be able to sell the LTE phones at launch. AT&T and Verizon are expected to be selling the 4G LTE device from the start, but Sprint, still relatively new in its partnership with Apple, has …

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Google Voice Looking to Other Service Providers

Android users on Sprint have been able to integrate Google Voice into their service for about a year now. Sprint partnered with Google last year bringing Sprint users online visual voicemail, custom greetings, free text messaging, lower priced international calls and the ability to use the same number across all devices. In the near future, this may not be a …

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Galaxy Nexus Coming To Sprint On April 15th?

Samsung’s popular Galaxy Nexus smartphone might be coming to Sprint next month. There have been rumors of a launch date for months, but several anticipated dates have come and gone with no sign of the phone on Sprint’s network. Now, however, S4GRU.com (Sprint 4G Rollout Updates) is citing “a Sprint source from within their Product Development division” who says that …

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90% of Tablet Use In Wi-Fi: No Need For Data Plans

If you are putting off buying a tablet because you can’t afford to buy the necessary data plan required to surf the net, you don’t need to. It appears most users are merely using wi-fi to do a majority of their surfing anyway. If you have wi-fi in your home or office, you probably won’t need the connectivity in too …

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