Sprint has filed its preliminary quarterly financials with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) just recently, and the results are mainly positive. The major US wireless carrier reported 344,000 net postpaid customer additions during the third quarter of this year, as well as registering 347,000 net postpaid phone additions, comfortably surpassing the 275,000 mark projected by Wells Fargo Securities.
Mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) FreedomPop has decided to team up with Dish Mexico in order to start providing free wireless services in Mexico. If this partnership proves to be a successful model, the carrier is looking to replicate its success in other mobile markets as well. Dish Mexico is owned by Dish and MVS Comunicaciones and is game in collaborating with FreedomPop in bringing free voice calls, text messaging and data access to Mexican mobile users.
The fourth biggest wireless carrier in the United States is joining forces with the Sprint Foundation in launching the 1Million Project. This effort is envisioning to give a free mobile phone, plus high speed Internet access, to 1 million high school students, specifically those underprivileged.
Not happy with your supposedly now safe Galaxy Note 7 unit? Fortunately, all major wireless carriers in America have decided to let owners of replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices exchange their unit for another smartphone (of equal or lesser value; for more expensive phones, customers are made to pay the price difference).
Apparently so. According to Wave7 Research, it seems that the prepaid arm of Sprint has decided to pull in the reins of a particular special offer that that has Boost Mobile hand free devices to customers who switch from rival networks. The talk is that the move was meant to be sort of a peace gesture, but interestingly, Boost Mobile’s competitors are having none of it.
According to a report by Wave7 Research and then picked up by Fierce Wireless, the fourth biggest wireless carrier in America has apparently decided to shut down its leasing program for Android powered mobile devices.
According to Marcelo Claure, the chief executive officer of Sprint, the wireless carrier will likely continue offering its half off promos throughout the rest of the holiday season. It is quite obvious that the mobile operator’s half off deals are attracting some new sign ups, although sometimes it can be confusing. This is because each half off deal is specifically structured depending on each mobile user and the wireless carrier he is switching from.
Looking for a midrange smartphone with impressive battery specifications? Then you might want to check out the latest handset offering from LG. Now made available on Boost Mobile (a prepaid brand of major American wireless carrier Sprint) for a price of $150, the LG X Power features a formidable 4,100 mAh battery.
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