October 19, 2018

Sprint Update: Hurricane Michael

Sprint continues its work on restoration following Hurricane Michael.


September 16, 2018

Sprint Updates Related to Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence is a serious storm and Sprint will continue to closely watch its path. Preparations have been underway over the last several days to identify recovery resources (such as equipment, fuel, generators, etc.) and their availability in the area.


September 04, 2018

Sprint Updates Related to Tropical Storm Gordon

Right on the heels of Hurricane Lane last month, Sprint is once again ready to respond to yet another major storm - Gordon.  


August 27, 2018

Sprint Updates Related to Hurricane Lane

Sprint announced assistance today for customers impacted by Hurricane Lane and resulting flooding in Hawaii.


July 26, 2018
by Jay Bluhm, Vice President, Network Development and Engineering

Sprint Magic Box – Hospitality Edition Helps Hotels Improve Wireless Data Performance

Hotels and hospitality venues continue to look for ways to deliver better wireless experiences for their guests. For most guests, great wireless data coverage on site is expected to keep them connected during their visit. A hotel’s wireless data performance can either make or break a guest’s experience. Sprint is here to help with newest edition of our multi award-winning Sprint Magic Box which debuted last year.


June 11, 2018
by Scott Santi, Head of Network Deployment & Operations

Sprint’s Average Download Speeds Are Up Nationally and Fastest in 113 Cities




February 09, 2018
by Roni Singleton

Take a Drive with Sprint’s Network Engineer

I’m often asked how the network operates or why cell phone coverage can differ from area to area. So I took a tour around Atlanta with one of the people responsible for making the network work, Sprint engineer, Hector Rodriguez-Riego.


February 06, 2018
by Roni Singleton

Bring a Robot to School Day in Charlotte

Show and tell hit an all new high for students at West Charlotte High School. Last week, approximately two dozen 10th and 11th grade students from the school’s Pride Academy (IT) were visited by a 4 foot tall Humanoid Robot named Pepper.