SprintTV Brings ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and More to iOS (post by @calebhicks)

Sprint has released a happy surprise for current iPhone users – SprintTV. The free app, which is available in the iTunes App Store, brings ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, Disney, and more to the palm of your hand. From the app description: Sprint TV is FREE with most data plans for Sprint iPhone customers to download [...]


Is the Galaxy Note a phone? – via @jkhowland

I read a post on Android and Me that just blew my mind. First, because he was hesitant to link to a BGR post by Jonathan Geller. Second, because he thought that by linking to BGR, he was giving them ‘exposure’. And third, because he thinks we (iPhone customers) don’t like the note because it [...]


How @_AlexLawrence convinced me. Sprint + Google Voice = Saved Money

I’ve been a Google Voice user for a long time. I used it for a mostly as a second phone number I gave away to people and services I needed immediate contact with, but didn’t want long term communication lines open. Some of the other benefits were obviously great: online texting, multi-phone routing, voicemail transcription. [...]


Review — 2 years with Google Voice

Sprint customers can move their number to Google Voice. Should you? Google Voice comes with a number of benefits, most of which were highlighted by Joshua Howland in 7 Reasons You Should Move Your Number To Google Voice. After using Google Voice for two years, here’s what else I’ve noticed: PRO — Voicemail transcription Gmail [...]


7 Reasons You Should Move Your Mobile Number To Google Voice?

You can easily move your Sprint mobile number over to Google Voice. The question is, should you? Here are the top 6 reasons you might want to (with a bonus reason). 6 – You get one unified voicemail box. Any of you already using Google Voice know the hassle of having multiple voicemail inboxes. Anyone [...]


You can buy a GSM unlocked iPhone 4S from Sprint?

It’s been a long time since carriers in the US have had to compete with each other. The smaller more competitively priced carriers tend to be regional (Cricket) or losing (T-mobile). Verizon doesn’t have to offer a GSM SIM unlock for it’s customes in order to push competitive advantage. They are seemingly happy where they [...]


Apple is Selling Unlocked iPhones Starting Today!

Today Apple’s US online store began processing orders for the unlocked iPhone 4S, priced at $649 for the 16GB, $749 for the 32GB, and $849 for the 64GB, keeping its promise to provide the unlocked handset in November. The company advises: The unlocked iPhone works only on supported GSM networks, such as AT&T in the [...]

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Sprint customers, are you using the benefits of Google Voice?

Google has worked its hardest to get Google Voice to work friendly with the major carriers in the US. Currently you can set up a new Google Voice number and have it start receiving your voicemaels and you can even customize the voicemail message for each group in your contacts. In order to get the [...]


Sprint CEO Claims iPhone Helps Keep Data Unlimited

I’m not sure I’ll take this one as fact. Actually, I’m very skeptical. Elizabeth Woyke, interviewing Sprint CEO Dan Hesse for Forbes: Industry observers often speculate when Sprint will have to adopt tiered pricing like AT&T and Verizon Wireless. Sprint is still not saying when it may make that switch, but credits the iPhone for [...]

Sprint vs. Verizon & AT&T

How Long Will Sprint’s Unlimited Data Last?

Sprint is the only carrier to offer unlimited data on the iPhone 4S in the US. With “World phone” capability, the iPhone is now more accessible than ever before. It is finally available on three major US networks: AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. Sprint paid through the nose to get the ability to sell the iPhone. [...]

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