Picking up a new smartphone is one of the most exciting experiences for any smart technology enthusiasts. However, before you can fully enjoy all the cool features, there are a few things you need to do, such as decide on a carrier, choose a plan, and most importantly, activate the device. Sprint, like other service providers, allows customers to activate their phones in a couple of ways. This is how you can do it without getting off the couch.
There are plenty of deals on Android smartphones, so a discount, even a significant one, is nothing unusual. However, when it comes to iPhones, interesting promotions are few and far between. That said, if you are in the market for the iPhone 6S, you may be in luck. Best Buy is currently selling the device at a lower price and it’s not just a symbolic price cut. The retailer is offering Sprint iPhone 6S for no more than a buck.
A year ago two-year contracts were the most popular form of getting a new smartphone. Not any more, though. T-Mobile was the first network to move away from lengthy agreements. It took other carriers a few years to do the same but finally, last year, Verizon removed contracts from its offer and AT&T will do so in a couple of days. At the moment Sprint is the only carrier that still offers two-year contracts but it’s just a matter of time until they disappear from this service provided as well.
One of the best things about agreements was that, thanks to subsidized prices, they allowed you to get a high-end phone at a pretty affordable cost or even for free. There are, however, a few interesting options to buy a new cheap phone now that long-term contracts are gone.
Kyocera and Sprint joined their efforts to deliver the world an ultra-rugged flip phone able to survive every hostile conditions it meets on its way. Dubbed the Kyocera DuraXTP the phone comes labeled with military standard certification for water, dust, extreme temperature and other hazardous environments and sports push to talk service that altogether make it a reliable work companion in the most dangerous jobsite.
Sprint added the LG G Stylo to its list of Android offerings featuring bigger display. Available in metallic silver this 5.7-inch phablet is now on sale labeled with an affordable price tag that should get attention of the folks out there on a tight budget. You can pick up the phone paying just $49.99 with a two-year contract or it can be yours for less than $300 without any long term commitments. If you’ve been thinking about getting yourself the new LG G Stylo stay with us as we are going to take a closer look at Sprint’s new arrival.
It’s not that Nokia’s Windows phones are some kind of scarce products. On the contrary, the brand is very popular among smartphone users but some carriers show strong preferences for other manufacturers and operating systems. By “some” we obviously mean Sprint and its subsidiaries. Don’t worry, though. It appears that the relationship between Sprint and Microsoft who now owns Nokia is warming up again and the proof of this little miracle is that the Nokia Lumia 635 Windows Phone 8.1 for Sprint is now for sale for free on contract.
Sprint has just announced that Nokia Lumia 635 Windows Phone will be soon joining its list of offerings. The Microsoft phone will be available to both, Sprint and its prepaid service providers, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile, with the last two starting to sell the phone next week on December 23. As for the post-paid Sprint customers, they will be able to put their hands on the handset on January 16th.
What a better way to celebrate new partnership than to release a new smartphone? Probably there isn’t one and that’s what Sprint, Sharp and Japanese company Softbank thought when they set to work on the Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone. The device was announced back in August and now is starting to make its way to stores. Prepaid Sprint and Boost Mobile have just begun selling the phone for $149.99 without contract.
Now you can pre-book „the big, bold and brilliant” Galaxy Note 4 from Sprint to make sure you will be among the first adopters
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 goes on sale in the US on October 14th, but it’s already available to pre-book on three major US carriers, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. And just right now, Sprint is joining the pre-order club, giving its customers three options of purchase. But remember that though the Sprint Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders kicked off last Friday, the device is scheduled to start shipping on October 17th.
Today is definitely the red-letter day for all iPhone enthusiasts since the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit the stores, major retailers like Apple Store, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Best Buy opened today their doors to sell a limited supply of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. But if for some reason you still don’t pre-ordered or buy in traditional way your iPhone 6, it is a good idea to take a close-up at where to purchase the handset paying less. Let’s compare offers on the Apple’s latest gadgets.
LG G3 Vigor coming to Sprint this Friday and AT&T later this year as a cheaper alternative to top-end LG G3
Remember a certain LG G3 Vigor that we mentioned last month? Believed to be US-bound version of the LG G3 S / Beat, the phone was supposed to be released by Sprint in August, according to a leaked document. It appears, however, that the predicted launch date was a bit off, because we’re now well into September and the G Vigor is still unavailable. Don’t lose hope, though. The phone is coming to Sprint this Friday and AT&T later this year as a cheaper alternative to top-end LG G3.
That’s something we didn’t expect. The LG G3 was scheduled to go on sale on July 18th on Sprint network but guess what? The carrier is already offering the device through its stores. And we are not talking about pre-orders here. You can actually purchase the phone a week before its official release. Not only that, but Sprint is also throwing in a nice bonus in the form of a $150 American Express gift card for users who go for Sprint Easy Pay option.
Until recently, if you wanted an durable phone you had to make do with a rugged device which in addition to having less than attractive design, offered only basic functions. Smartphones with their fragile glass-covered bodies and countless ports and slots were delicate. Now things have changed and more and more smartphone makers are adding extra protection to their products. One of such companies is Kyocera which specializes in heavy-duty phones. Its latest addition to the Hydro lineup, the Kyocera Hydro Vibe for Sprint is now for sale in carrier’s store.
In case you missed the news, the curved LG G Flex will be available on three out of four US major carriers: Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. While the latter two are yet to provide any details on the launch, Sprint already revealed the release date, pricing and even began accepting pre-orders. The LG G Flex for Sprint costs $299.99 with a new two-year contract and will start shipping on January 31st. In stores the phone will show up a week later, on February 7th. If you pre-order the handset before January 31st, Sprint will throw in a free Quickwindow Folio Case.
A couple of days ago the HTC One Max leaked all over the web suggesting November 15th as release date on Sprint. It turns out that the predictions were spot-on and the phone is now available for purchase online and in brick and mortar carrier stores. The HTC One Max for Sprint can be yours for just $149.99 if you are willing to bring your old number to Sprint sign a new two-year contract. Current subscribers will have to shell out $249.99 for the device. The phone is also available with Sprint’s One Up program in which case it will cost you $25 per month.
Sprint’s selection of smartphones grew in size today, as the carrier added the LG G2, the Nexus 5, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and the Galaxy Mega 6.3 to its portfolio. All four phones are available for purchase at attractive prices thanks to rebates offered by Sprint. You can grab each of the devices from Sprint’s online store with free shipping. Be sure to check your local retail stores too, as the handsets are due to arrive to select locations any day now.
Google Nexus 5 for Sprint arrives to stores for just $49.99 on contract, and $449 without commitment
If you have been hoping to grab the Nexus 5 from Google’s Play Store you maybe in for some waiting, since the phone is currently out of stock. Luckily for you, Play Store is not the only place where you can find the handset. Earlier today, the Nexus 5 showed up on Sprint store as well as on Amazon and Best Buy. Both, Sprint and Amazon, are offering the phone just $49.99 as long as you sign a new two-year contract.
Samsung’s latest contribution to the phablet market, the Galaxy Note 3, has just landed on AT&T and Sprint today. AT&T is asking $299.99 for the device with a requirement of two years of close friendship between you and the carrier, also known as contract. If you are willing to remain in the relationship no longer than a year, the price will go up to $549.99. If you prefer not to be bothered with long-term commitments, you can buy the phone with month to month service at $724.99.
Today Apple started offering its the most recent smartphone, the iPhone 5s. As you can imagine, line in front of Apple stores and retail outlets were enormous. Besides the obvious advantage of being among the first people in the world to become the proud owners of the latest iPhone, this method of shopping has its drawbacks. It is reserved for the brave and strong because it involves a lot of waiting, running, pushing and more waiting. Luckily, there is an easier way to purchase the device. Simply choose your favorite carrier and after a few clicks, the iPhone 5s will be yours.
If you are looking for a simple and easy-to-use phone that would allow you to keep in touch with your friends and family, then check out Sprint’s latest addition to its portfolio, the Kyocera Kona. The device is designed to perform basic functions without any distraction in the form of sophisticated features. The phone is available for free from Sprint’s store, as long as you sign a new two-year service agreement with the carrier.