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Sprint 4G LTE roundup, part 4: More unofficial roll out updates

In our previous three installments, we’ve given somewhat detailed information about Sprint’s progress in rolling out 4G LTE across the nation in various markets. This

July 25, 2012 Good and EVO

You have spotty Sprint 4G LTE coverage in an official launch market? Here’s why

If you’re not very satisfied with the level of LTE coverage you’ve seen so far on your HTC EVO 4G LTE or other Sprint LTE-enabled

July 24, 2012 Good and EVO

Sprint offers free MiFi and three months free service with off-contract Ultrabook purchase

Traditionally, I’ve always steered clear of cell phone carriers when looking at computers due to their limited data plans and costly 2-year contracts, but Sprint

July 24, 2012 Microsoft, Tips & Deals

Poll: How’s Sprint’s new 4G LTE network treating you?

It’s now been almost a week since Sprint unveiled its brand new 4G LTE network, available in a handful of cities and towns in four

July 20, 2012 Features, Good and EVO

Sprint won’t charge users for FaceTime access, keeps its friendly image

When I think of Sprint, I usually think of it as the ‘friendliest’ carrier in the US: it currently has the cheapest plans, and those

July 19, 2012 Apple

Sprint 4G LTE roundup, part 3: More unofficial roll out updates

Continuing part 1 and part 2 of our series of gathering up all of the unofficial information on Sprint’s 4G LTE roll out, let’s get

July 18, 2012 Good and EVO

Sprint lets you trade in phones during online checkouts, easier than ever to rip you off

Yesterday, Sprint announced that it is integrating its buyback program into its online checkout process, making it easy for customers to get credit for their

July 18, 2012 Good and EVO, Tips & Deals

Sprint delays ICS update for HTC EVO 3D until August

First, we were told that the HTC EVO 3D would be getting Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, sometime in “early 2012.” Then, last February, we were

July 17, 2012 Good and EVO

Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III unboxing

I wasn’t planning on doing an unboxing of this Sprint-branded Samsung Galaxy S III, but I’m writing one up anyway. When the FedEx delivery man

July 16, 2012 Android, Features

Sprint expands 4G LTE coverage to 15 cities

Sprint officially launched its 4G LTE network yesterday, on July 15, in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio. But now, less than 24 hours

July 16, 2012 Good and EVO
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