If you ask some of Sprint’s current shareholders, frontman Dan Hesse is walking a fine line. But it appears that they’re not the only ones questioning the CEO’s decision making lately. A report from the Wall Street Journal is claiming that Sprint’s board of directors is taking a very hands-on approach at dealing with Hesse and what some would call his recent run of.
As we do our best to remain unbiased about things, the general public seems to have a much different outlook. It seems like no matter what a platform does, someone is going to bash it like it’s the worst product or idea ever created, all without ever touching it. The perpetrator of such shenanigans is the defender of all things holy and sacred, the infamous internet fanboy.
Earlier today Virgin Mobile announced their latest Android the Venture, which comes from ALCATEL ONE TOUCH. The slate-style prepaid will be priced at $99.99 and carriers a modest 2.8-inch display, 600MHz processor, 2-megapixel camera and Android 2.3. Also making this starter phone less attractive is its preloaded Mobile ID, which is pretty much Virgin’s version of Sprint ID aka heavy.
If guaranteed WiMAX support until at least 2015 is enough to satisfy your needs, then Amazon has got a deal with your name written all over it! Running now through March 26th, AmazonWireless will be knocking down the price of all of Sprint’s 4G phones to just one penny. Among their awesome inventory is the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, HTC EVO 3D, Motorola PHOTON 4G and Samsung Nexus S 4G. .
If you’re looking for on the go internet access, Sprint has recently released their latest mobile broadband solution with their 3G/4G Plug-in-Connect USB stick. Free with a new two-year agreement, customers will have fast, easy software-free access to Sprint’s current 3G and 4G networks. However, if contracts aren’t your thing, you can purchase the 3G/4G Plug-in-Connect.
We’ve asked how long have you been a Sprint customer. We’ve even asked about your data habits. But this time around we’re touching on a sensitive subject, money. Over the years wireless plan rates have seen a significant increase. With the focus shifting from minutes to data, these days the right plan can be hard to find.
Shortly after introducing their newest iPad, Apple began pushing iOS 5.1 to iPhone owners across the country. With new features and a claim of improved battery life, we wanted to reach out to Sprint’s iPhone owners and ask how the update is treating you and your beloved fruit phone? Be sure to share your experience via the comment section below. As for those of you that were somehow.
Here’s a list of current Sprint sales for various retailers. If you’d like us to add a retailer, please submit your request via our contact form. This list will update weekly and will continue to grow. Sales and product availability may vary by location. Please be sure to click the icon for your retailer of choice.
With the first quarter of 2012 almost done and two major tech shows in the books, Sprint has to make up for a bit of lost time. The billion dollar question is will they be able to do it? The going word is that Sprint’s LTE will see a mid-year deployment, with three confirmed devices. But so far there’s been no solid indication that Sprint has anything else in their pipeline..