Recently Sprint CEO Dan Hesse’s leadership skills have been under fire by investors, customers and critics alike. Many have questioned Sprint’s expensive deal with Apple to carry the iPhone, as well as Sprint’s first 4G venture with WiMAX. The folks from Mobile World Live managed to get some time in with the Now Network’s bossman and we’ve grabbed a few excerpts.
After almost a day of darkness, Virgin mobile customer’s data and texting services are back in motion. The prepaid carrier once again took to their Facebook account to update its eager customers about the status of their services. Sprint’s MVNO advised if you’re still experiencing issues to pull your device’s battery and perform a reset. If all else fails, look at.
The writing appears to be all over the wall the past few days and it seems that Sprint is finally about land some heavy-hitting devices. The question is, which one do you have your sights set on? A little over a two months ago, Sprint used CES as a platform to confirm that they’d be carrying Samsung and Google’s Galaxy Nexus. Though this device has been highly sought after,.
It seemed so cool when Google Wallet made its debut on Sprint’s Nexus S 4G last year, but who knew that using your smartphone to pay for things would get so complicated? Due to security concerns a few weeks back, El Goog’s hands were forced to disable the ability to load Google prepaid cards to a Wallet account, if they were previously removed. This safety precaution ruffled.
Looking at Sprint and HTC’s rich history, it’s all but obvious that they’ll be announcing a new EVO on April 4th. The question is, what can you expect? Our sources are in agreement that Sprint and HTC will be introducing the first LTE EVO-branded smartphone, which will be based off of HTC’s One X. It’s uncertain what the device’s retail name will be, but.
We’ve been getting slammed with a variety of messages from Virgin Mobile customers in regards to a national text and data outage. We’ve heard your cries and it appears that Virgin has gotten wind of the situation. Taking things to the house that Zuckerberg built, Sprint’s beloved MVNO acknowledged the issue, apologizing for the inconvenience and promised to provide updates.
Well what do we have here? It looks like Sprint and HTC are starting to send out invites to detail their next “collaboration.” With talk of a new EVO device based off the HTC One X’s hardware, we can’t help but wonder with these two longtime friends have up their sleeves. With April 4th a fortnight away, we won’t have to wait too long. But we received.
After 32 network capacity upgrades in the past 90 days, St. Louis residence should experience improved 3G coverage. Keeping on with their Network Vision campaign, Sprint has gave the home of the World Series champs a 15% boost in 3G enhancements. Like previous cities before, this should bring about faster data speeds, better voice call quality and fewer dropped calls. If you frequent the St..
Earlier in the year at CES Sprint made its first three LTE devices official. Overlooked by the Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper, the Sierra Wireless Tri-Network Hotspot was the red haired stepchild of the trio. Wondering what the future held for the device that plays nice with 3G, WiMAX and LTE, our sources threw us a bone and advised that Sprint intends to release their first LTE hotspot on May.
Yesterday Sprint had a rough day on Wall Street as its shares took a bit of a beating after being downgraded by Sanford Bernstein and evaluated by analyst Craig Moffett. Taking a 4.5 percent dip to $2.76, the Now Network’s stock saw the biggest single day drop since December 14th 2011. Labeling the stock as underperforming, Moffett placed the blame on Sprint’s current debt,.