Sprint’s prepaid arm, Boost Mobile, is introducing a new four line promotional deal called Project Switch. Basically, this latest special offer comes with four lines of service with unlimited voice calls, text messaging, and data, as well as 8 gigabytes of mobile hotspot use, for a price of $100 a month, or equivalent to only $25 for each line of service.
Sprint, as well as its parent company SoftBank and tech partner Qualcomm, have revealed that they are pooling their resources and expertise in order to develop 5G related technologies, including the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) New Radio (NR) standard in Band 41 (2.5 GigaHertz) for accelerated wide scale roll outs of 5G networks. The three brands have also announced their plans to start launching commercial 5G services and even mobile devices by the second half of 2019.
The unlimited data wars between the Big Four major wireless carriers in the United States may be starting to die down, and the players may now be beginning to pay some attention to other customers, like those who can do away with unlimited data. Sure, unlimited data plans are good and all, but for a person who only needs so much gigabytes, it might be more sensible to go for a plan that costs less but still offers an adequate data allotment.
Sprint recently took the opportunity this week to officially introduce Magic Box, which is an LTE Advanced User Equipment (UE) Relay tool built by AirSpan, a company that specializes in small cell wireless technology. Simply put, Magic Box is a product that is created to improve LTE coverage for mobile users, especially those availing of Sprint’s wireless plans.
In the past several months, mobile virtual network operator Tello has built a reputation as a carrier that offers affordable and flexible wireless plans paired with reliable customer service support. This May, the company will be turning a year old, and in celebration of its first anniversary, it has decided to introduce promotional deals for both current and new customers.
ROK Mobile recently took the opportunity to unveil new bring your own device (BYOD) plans on Sprint’s network, including options that offer unlimited voice calls and text messaging, plus more generous data inclusions. The full new offerings are Sprint BYOD 1GB, 3GB, and 5GB.
FierceWireless has joined forces with P3 in breaking down just how much cellular and Wi-Fi data are today’s mobile users using and which apps they are using on the networks of the four biggest wireless carriers in the United States (namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile,
More than a fortnight ago, Sprint had decided to keep the pricing of its Unlimited Freedom option consistent on the first four lines of service. That is, the first line of service is offered at $50, a couple of lines at $40 each, and then four lines at $30 each.
According to the results of a recent survey conducted by Cowen and Company, industry leader Verizon Wireless remains the top mobile operator in the United States (despite some bit of slippage, more on this later) in terms of overall brand or image, while number four carrier Sprint has shown some significant improvement. Cowen conducts its survey on a quarterly basis, gathering feedback from over a thousand poll respondents across the country.
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