Major US wireless carrier Sprint has struck a music streaming partnership with Napster (formerly known as Rhapsody). The partnership, however, does not mean that subscribers of the fourth biggest mobile operator in America will be able to enjoy exclusive access to delicious Napster deals or even get to preinstall the official Napster mobile app on their handsets. But it does combine billing unto the customer’s smartphone plan.
In light of the recent 6.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Italy just this week, all the major wireless carriers in the United States, namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, have revealed that they are planning to waive all communication fees between the US and Italy on a temporary basis.
LG has added another member to its K lineup of handsets. The LG K3 is decidedly a budget friendly smartphone offering, and by landing at Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile (both prepaid subsidiaries of major US wireless carrier Sprint), it should be a welcome option for customers of the two prepaid mobile service providers.
To date, the biggest wireless carrier in all of America does not support Apple’s Wi-Fi calling technology, which lets mobile users make and take phone calls via Wi-Fi connections on other iCloud connected handsets such as iPad tablets and Apple Watch devices.
In light of the very recent terrorist attacks that struck the airport and subway in the city of Brussels in Belgium, the four biggest wireless carriers in the United States, namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, have all decided to waive all charges for voice calls and text messages made to and from Belgium. This should be a big help to US based mobile users who currently have friends and family in Belgium.
For a complete guide of wireless carriers waiving their fees, refer to the list below:
According to Boingo Wireless, the Wi-Fi offloading partner of Sprint, there are around 22 million Sprint subscribers who are now moving onto Boingo Wireless’ Wi-Fi network in more than 30 airports across the United States.
Virgin Mobile, the prepaid subsidiary of major US wireless carrier Sprint, has decided to introduce new unlimited plans that start at only $30 a month, and already come with unlimited voice calls, unlimited text messaging, and unlimited 2G data.
Customers of Boost Mobile who are also music aficionados will no doubt be delighted with the wireless carrier’s latest announcement. The prepaid arm of Sprint has just decided to start offering unlimited music streaming (courtesy of five music streaming service providers) in all of its smartphone plans, absolutely free of charge.
Boost Mobile, a prepaid arm of major US wireless carrier Sprint, has just introduced brand new plans, including an unlimited and unthrottled plan that goes for $60 a month. Plus, the prepaid service provider is also debuting a couple of new plans that feature growing data, wherein the users gets to enjoy an extra 500 megabytes of data going forward for every three on-time payments (not necessarily consecutive).
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