Sprint and LightSquared had entered into an 11-year agreement last June to share network expansion costs if LightSquared could get regulatory approval for its LTE rollout plan. LightSquared was debating with the FCC about alleged GPS interference on the 1.6 GHz spectrum, and Sprint had given them a six-week deadline to sort it all out.
According to Sprint’s Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse, the company has reached a milestone of over 1 million LTE devices sold. Sprint offers some great LTE devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC EVO 4G LTE.
Over the weekend we reported on some listings in the FCC database for Samsung Galaxy Note II devices for AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. Missing from the list were Sprint and U.S. Cellular versions despite a previous announcement that these carriers would also get the device.
I was noticing that I have some Sprint apps on my phone,
And I want to know if I can delete them?
They are and the main one I want to delete is Smart Device Manager,As I not going to be purchasing the service.
The others are Sprint Installer and Sprint Touch Management.
Or should I just leave them alone?
The lack of enthusiasm/participation in this thread about this phone is really making me lean towards getting the Note 2, but I still think it's worthy of discussing the details that were revealed today.
Sprint, AT&T getting LG Optimus G
I'm starting this thread primarily to discuss the Optimus G on Sprint.
Well, if you’ve been thirsting for some G-Nex love on Sprint’s network, the wait might be shorter than you think. Thanks to our friends over at Phandroid, they’ve spotted some signage at one of the Sprint store locations for the up and coming Google experience device. Question is, will the device come with LTE?
I had someone flash my Sprint Evo over to Boost Mobile and the guy also had my Sprint number ported too. So I am currently using an Evo with Boost and I won't be able to pay off my Sprint account anytime soon. Will this mess up my Boost account if my Sprint account goes into collections? The Sprint account had 3 phone lines and it's not in my name.
I know a lot of Sprint customers are wondering when LTE is coming and more importantly, will it be any good? PC Mag was able to do an exclusive test in the Atlanta, Georgia area using an LG Viper and compared them to AT&T and Verizon.
They found Sprint’s network to be much faster than it’s curent WiMAX network, which isn’t shocking, but not as fast as AT&T and Verizon.
Sprint to buy some U.S. Cellular markets in Midwest
Sprint Nextel Corp. said it is buying a large chunk of struggling U.S. Cellular Corp., including its hometown Chicago market, for $480 million.
The nation's third-largest cellular phone company also is buying U.S. Cellular's operations in St.