by Ryan Sullivan
Vice President of Product Development
June 06, 2018

The next advancement in connected mobility has arrived. Sprint is excited to be part of this movement as we work with Qualcomm to launch Always Connected PCs with 24x7 connectivity powered by the Sprint LTE Network using our 2.5 GHz spectrum.

Just as your smartphone is always connected and working – even during those rare times when you are ignoring it – these laptops have the ability to load emails and much more with always-on connectivity. They will change the way we work and play. That’s right… no more hunting for a Wi-Fi hotspot. Featuring the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 Mobile PC Platform with X16LTE modem, these 2-in 1 PCs deliver incredible battery life, always-on connectivity and other smartphone-like features.

Sprint’s national average download speed increased 34.5 percent year-over-year.2 And with our Next-Gen Network strategy, we are significantly investing to further expand coverage, reliability and speed as we prepare to launch the first mobile 5G network in the U.S. next year.

Mobile data usage on smartphones and other devices continues to grow and Sprint is ready to meet this demand with more mobile broadband spectrum than any other carrier in the nation. With more spectrum below 6 GHz than anyone in the top 100 markets, Sprint owns the capacity and speed needed to serve customers’ increasing demand for unlimited data.

It’s never been easier to try out Sprint’s network on these exciting new laptops. Get free unlimited data from Sprint in 2018 with AutoPay1 on select devices, including ASUS NovaGo, HP Envy x2 and Lenovo Miix 630. They are available now at Amazon, Microsoft or other select retailers. For all the details on the simple and quick process to activate your new PC with Sprint, visit www.sprint.com/BYOD, call 1-800-SPRINT1 or visit any Sprint retail store. 

 

 

 

1 After 12/31/18 pay $15/month with AutoPay. Video streams at up to 480p resolution, music up to 500kbps, gaming up to 2Mbps. Other monthly charges apply.

2 Based on Ookla’s analysis of Speedtest Intelligence data comparing May 2017 to May 2018 for all mobile results.