October 11, 2016
Sprint Provides Free Wireless Devices and Service to 1 Million Disadvantaged Students
As the Puget Sound region braces for heavy winds and rain though the weekend, Sprint has made sure its network is ready to keep customers connected.
Sprint waives fees to Bermuda following impact of Hurricane Nicole.
Sprint has announced a letter of intent with VeloCloud, a leader in Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solutions. Sprint will launch SD-WAN services in the United States in early 2017, with global coverage available in 2017.
Customer safety and satisfaction are the highest priorities at Sprint. We ask that any of our customers with Note 7 - regardless of when they purchased it – to immediately power off the device and discontinue using it. Sprint will honor the replacement of ALL Samsung Note7 devices to any other device, regardless of condition and return policy. Our team is ready to make this process as easy as possible for our customers.
Sprint and the Sprint Foundation will help change the lives of 1 million high school students by giving them opportunities to reach their full potential. The 1Million Project is a multiyear initiative to offer free mobile devices and free high-speed wireless internet connectivity to 1 million low-income, U.S. high school students lacking a reliable source of internet access at home.