Sprint Offers The HTC 10 For $240 With $55 Plan

If you love a deal, Sprint has one for you right now. You can jump online right now and order up 5 new HTC 10’s for just $10 a month (or $240 outright) and pay just $90 a month for up to 5 lines of unlimited service. Yes, this is one of those CRAZY deals….

Samsung And Sprint Team Up To Offer You Half Off The Galaxy S8

While T-Mobile has been bashing Verizon with their “Get Out Of The Red” campaign, Sprint has been quietly mounting some seriously strong deals as well. Currently, you can bring up to 5 lines to Sprint and walk away with spending under $110 a month – after taxes and fees. Of course, a deal on service…

RingPlus To Shutdown February 10th

UPDATED 2/17/17 – RingPlus has let members know that Ting has offered to park numbers for all RingPlus members beginning on February 21, 2017. At that time, any account that is moved will be given a $35 credit. If the top up balance of your RingPlus account is higher, you will immediately receive the $35…

Are These “Deals” Really Deals?

Taking a look at the latest bunch of deals from the big 4 cellular companies leaves most consumers dazed and confused. Everyone has some kind of deal, whether it’s one rate without any taxes or fees or 50% off the other guy’s bill. The bottom line is, desperate times call for desperate measures, and when…

Sprint To This Great Deal On The LG V20

Just when you thought the deals couldn’t get any better, Sprint ups the ante with the LG V20 for 50% off the normal retail price. The LG V20 is a media powerhouse that features Android 7.0 and a Quad HD, 5.7” display with a whopping 513 pixels per inch rating. The 64GB of internal storage…

T-Mobile’s Latest Uncarrier Move Is Not What Anyone Really Wants

T-Mobile’s new Uncarrier move is a total flop for consumers. The new One Plan is nothing short of a disaster for consumers that don’t need unlimited data and it will force users that don’t need it on to a plan that features it. While we appreciate the effort to keep things simple, if there is…

Sprint Plans To Cut 2,500 Jobs

According to an MSN News report today, Sprint is planning on cutting nearly 2,000 jobs from their customer support centers and almost 600 more from their corporate operations in Overland Park, KS. The moves are reported to be a part of Sprint’s long term plans to reduce spending by $2.5 billion. While the short term…

The LG Stylo Is The Perfect Device To Boost Your Holiday Budget

Trying to find a decent cellphone under $200 is challenging. When Boost Mobile teamed with LG to bring the G Stylo to the masses for under $200, it appeared to be a pretty great deal. Of course, the holidays always bring out something a bit better, and today, you can order the G Stylo for…

Grab The Samsung Galaxy S4 With Free Service For $179.99

The classic Samsung Galaxy S4 was one of the most overlooked devices of it’s day. With nothing noteworthy to set it apart from a more crowded Android market, it was just a “step up” from the best selling Galaxy S3. Still, the Galaxy S4 had a powerful 13MP rear facing camera, a 5” HD display…

Sprint Offers Up Another Gimmick

When you’re struggling, you’ll try anything to get new customers in the door. Of course, Sprint has been struggling for a while now, and they have been trying gimmick after gimmick to get new customers in the door, without much success. First there was the “we will pay off your contract” deal, then the “cut…

More Smash Hits For iPhone Users With The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

  As another Apple device announcement party has come and gone, users were once again met with two gorgeous device choices from Apple. Sure, it’s another case of bigger, better, faster, stronger, but honestly, when you are almost perfect from the start, what are you supposed to do with the next step. Either you make…

Scratch Wireless Claws Its Way Back In

In February of 2014, we covered an upstart Sprint MVNO called Scratch Wireless. The company offered users a Wi-Fi calling option that was completely free to use. Then for those days that you were out and about, a simple $1.99 a day would get you calling and texting. A bit more out of your pocket…