Our mission at Sprint is to provide the highest quality wireless products and services for our customers, including those with disabilities. We are committed to anticipating the needs of our customers and making our award-winning services accessible to all.
The 2015 Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator powered by Techstars will be conducted March 9 through June 4, 2015, at the award-winning Sprint Accelerator facility in Kansas City’s Crossroads District. Ten innovative startup companies with a focus on mobile health will be selected.
Sprint Spark, an enhanced 4G LTE service available in 62 cities covering more than 100 million people, is built for data and designed to deliver peak wireless speeds of 50-60Mbps today on capable devices.Read More »
Following a nationwide multi-year overhaul, Sprint now offers an all-new 3G voice network and an enhanced 4G LTE network, providing customers across the country with significantly better call quality and faster data speeds in more places.
App Pass is a subscription service that allows customers to access a hand-selected catalog of popular premium apps and games.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 is making it easier than ever for customers to "go green" with new eco-friendly products, services and programs and expanding its commitment as a leader in sustainability. See below for more information about Sprint's sustainability initiatives.Read More »
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 Guardian, Sprint Drive First and Sprint Mobile Controls.Read More »
Mobile phones were once used simply as a means to communicate, but today they carry peoples’ most sensitive information, like banking credentials, photos and contacts. Lookout and Sprint conducted a national Harris survey revealing smartphone consumers’ mobile behaviors, habits and concerns about privacy.
At Sprint, we have an unwavering commitment to inclusion and creating a workplace that is supportive of all our employees. Inclusion and diversity serve as a guiding principle for our company. We believe an inclusive and diverse workplace creates an atmosphere that fosters creativity and effectiveness, providing employees, suppliers, customers and members of the community an opportunity to feel included and valued.
Inclusion and diversity serve as a guiding principle for our company. We believe an inclusive and diverse workplace creates an atmosphere that fosters creativity and effectiveness, providing employees, suppliers, customers and members of the community an opportunity to feel included and valued.
Issued in child abduction cases, an AMBER Alert is an urgent bulletin designed to mobilize the entire community immediately to assist in the search and safe return of an abducted child. Wireless AMBER Alerts(TM) distribute this vital, timely information to wireless subscribers using SMS text messaging technology. Wireless AMBER Alerts are free and available on an opt-in basis to customers of most major wireless companies.Read More »