I live in San Francisco but work in Pleasanton. I noticed Sprint's LTE has been turned on in some areas (possibly for testing). Anyways, for those interested here's recent results from Pleasanton, CA:
So I had my battery out of my phone for something last night and I noticed that my Sprint S4 has a sim card. None of my previous other Sprint phones had a sim card. I'm guessing this is for the 4G LTE? Does the Sprint S4 have CDMA and GSM radios in it?
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.
I just read on G&E that Sprint is giving a "Disaster Relief credit" to customers that live in areas that were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Supposedly, we should be seeing the credit appear on your upcoming bill. If you don't see it on your invoice, give Sprint CS a buzz and inquire!
For those who switched from sprint to T-Mobile are you satisfied or do you think I should stay with sprint? Is tmobile rates lower than sprints? I currently have 3 lines with sprint. I live in the Los Angeles area using a Samsung Galaxy 3 with 3g internet. :(
I received this text message from Sprint a couple of days ago. I've looked at my account online, but I don't see anything out of the ordinary, and my account is and always has been in good standing. But I noticed that I have used over a million kbs of roaming data on just one of my 2 lines. I haven't done this intentionally by the way, it's just that where I live and work I'm mostly on roam.
Just as the title says. I've talked to 8 sprint employees from 2 different stores and customer service. Nobody has a clue of what I'm talking about.
What Sim are we going to need for this phone to work on sprint? Is going to be ridiculous if our phones come in and it won't even work on sprint cause these retards don't know how to activate them for us.
HTC’s entrance into the phablet game is finally here. This morning the HTC One Max was unveiled with a general release date of “rolling out across the globe from mid – end October. See specific regions for details.” But have no fear if you’re in the United States and interested in HTC’s massive 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?