September 07, 2017

SoftBank Robotics America and Sprint to Launch Pepper the Robot for Sprint Business Clients and Retail Customers

SoftBank Robotics America (SBRA), a division of SoftBank, and sister company Sprint today announced a strategic partnership that will bring Pepper® to Sprint Business clients and retail customers nationwide. 


September 06, 2017

Sprint Expands Digital Efforts with New In-House Agency

Sprint is continuing its push into digital as part of the company’s turnaround, today announcing its first in-house digital marketing agency to better serve its marketing needs.



August 29, 2017

Sprint Updates Related to Hurricane Harvey

With Hurricane Harvey threatening heavy rainfall in Texas and parts of Louisiana, Sprint has made extensive preparations to help keep its wireless customers connected


August 29, 2017

Últimas Noticias de Sprint Sobre el Huracán Harvey

Con el Huracán Harvey amenazando con fuertes lluvias en Texas y partes de Luisiana, Sprint ha hecho extensos preparativos para ayudar a mantener sus clientes inalámbricos conectados.


August 23, 2017

Sprint Receives Top Score on the 2017 Disability Equality Index for Third Consecutive Year

The achievement highlights Sprint’s continued dedication to being inclusive and accessible throughout all aspects of business.


August 03, 2017

Sprint Applauds Confirmation of FCC Nominees

In response the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel and Commissioner Brendan Carr, Sprint issued a statement.



July 25, 2017

Sprint Expands in Northern California with 43 New Retail Stores Creating More Than 300 Jobs

Company significantly increases the number of retail locations throughout the Bay Area, Silicon Valley and the Central Valley, including Reno, NV


July 21, 2017

Twice the Price Store Announces Grand Opening in New York

The Twice the Price store, a pop-up store that stocks hundreds of items at twice their regular price, is opening its doors for browsing today in New York. This playful, tongue-in-cheek concept created by Sprint is inspired by what the store’s neighbor, Verizon Wireless, is similarly doing: They are hooking wireless customers across the country into paying double for four to five lines of unlimited data.