Sprint has launched a new website designed to help parents decide whether or not it's the right time to buy their kids a smartphone. The website includes videos, facts about kids and phones, and even a quiz.
Sprint looks to have put an end to Galaxy Forever, the carrier's leasing program for Galaxy phones that allowed customers to upgrade once every 12 months. Sprint ended the program in its retail stores and online.
Sprint unveiled the LG K3, the latest addition to LG's midrange K family of phones. Boasting entry-level specs, the K3 can be purchased through both Boost and Virgin Mobile, as long as that's through their online stores.
Google's Project Fi MNVO already rides off of Sprint and T-Mobile, and now a third network has just been added to the mix -- U.S. Cellular. The change will be rolled out to users over the coming weeks.
The summer heat is almost here, but it's not too early for a hot deal. Purchase or lease an iPhone 6S or 6S Plus at Sprint and get one for free. The carrier is even knocking off $200 on the latest iPads.
Sprint unveiled three new affordable smartphones for its Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile prepaid brands. The Samsung Galaxy J7, LG Stylo 2, and Kyocera Hydro Reach should be available across both brands by the beginning of May.
If you're a Verizon customer looking to upgrade to a new phone, you might want to do it before April 4. That's when Verizon is set to put $20 "upgrade fees" in place to help cover the rising costs associated with switching devices.