Exciting news from Sprint this week – including Sprint’s new Framily Plan a revolutionary pricing program that lets consumers decide who they consider family.  Be sure to check it out!
Sprint Redefines the Wireless Family with the New Sprint Framily Play – January 7
The Sprint Framily Plan is available to new and existing customers. The more people added to the group, up to 10 phone lines, the greater the savings for everyone on the plan. Because each account can be billed separately, customers can choose who is in their group.     
Sprint Adds Six Markets to Initial Sprint Spark Launch; Mobile Peak Speeds Up to 60 Mbps Now Available in 11 Markets – January 7
Proving that everything really is bigger in Texas, the “Big D” now enjoys the impressive network speeds of Sprint SparkTM. In addition to Dallas, Sprint today announced the availability of Sprint Spark in Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio as well as Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Sprint Spark is a powerful network capability that delivers enhanced wireless peak data speeds of up to 50 – 60 Mbps and supports a new generation of online gaming, virtual reality, advanced cloud services and other applications requiring high bandwidth.
Sprint Named Most “Eco Focused” Wireless Carrier – January 9
Compass Intelligence, a global market acceleration research and consulting firm, has named Sprint (NYSE:S) the most “Eco Focused Wireless Carrier” at the 2014 Compass Intelligence Awards luncheon – a special event held at the Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas. 
BLOG: Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor Review by Natalie Papaj, Communications Manager for the Wireless Devices Team at Sprint- January 6
Natalie gives us a break down of the Bluetooth heart rate monitor that Sprint recently added to its accessory lineup.
BLOG: Top Tech Trends from CES 2014 by Nichole Pichardo, Communications Manager for the Wireless Devices team at Sprint – January 10
Nichole checked out one of the hottest trade shows of the year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week. She gives us a quick snapshot of what she found to be the most popular and her favorite trends at CES this year.

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