Boost Mobile launches first Wi-Fi Hotspot plans with availability of the NETGEAR Fuse.
Sprint Seeks to End Consumer Confusion & Frustration with Wireless Industry’s First-Ever “All-In” Pricing Plan. All-In Wireless includes choice of smart phone and unlimited talk, text and high-speed data.
Two of last year’s hottest phones are returning with some exciting new updates. Available now from Boost Mobile, LG Tribute 2™ and LG Volt 2™ are the second generation of their respective LG family lines and include LG’s signature Rear-Key and slim and sleek design, coupled with new powerful performance and fun selfie features.Read More »
Sprint brings the store experience whenever and wherever you want it. Customers can choose the service in their home, office or any other location.
Following a nationwide multi-year overhaul, Sprint's 3G voice network and 4G LTE network, provide customers across the country with significantly better call quality and faster data speeds in more places than before.
More and more children are receiving their first mobile device each year. At Sprint, family safety is a priority and we want to help parents navigate the world of digital parenting. This press kit offers a customizable contract for parents and kids as well as videos and press releases for other resources such as Sprint Family Locator, Sprint Drive First and Sprint Mobile Controls.Read More »
Sprint has finished in a tie for first place as the top ranked overall wireless network in Indianapolis, according to independent mobile analytics firm RootMetrics®. The new analysis shows Sprint in a dead heat for #1 in overall wireless network performance.Read More »
During emergency situations, Sprint works closely with local public safety agencies and hardens its networks in impacted areas so that critical communications are available to its customers before, during and after an emergency situation.
Sprint received a top score of 100 points in the Disability Equality IndexSM (DEISM) survey results, announced by the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) and the U.S. Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®). The top score (100 out of 100) was awarded as a result of Sprint’s long-standing commitment toward ensuring that people with disabilities are included within the workplace, customer base, supply chain practices and the telecommunications industry as a whole.Read More »
Sprint will pilot a new kind of forest friendly paper for customer mailings in the coming months. The paper, made of wheat-straw byproduct, is not noticeably different to the naked eye than wood-derived paper. However, it offers a new, sustainable alternative and potential longer-term cost savings as additional paper sources and suppliers are introduced into North America. Sprint’s pilot to use the wheat-straw paper for mailed customer correspondence is a first in the U.S.Read More »
What do easy and free Wi-Fi access, smooth-running traffic, and kiosks offering maps and entertainment options at your fingertips have in common? In Smart+Connected™ Cities around the globe, the answer is an intelligent Wi-Fi network.Read More »