“This change comes about because of the enormous data usage driven by the increasingly sophisticated smartphones we make available, and the more extensive uses customers are finding for these devices,” a Sprint spokesperson said in a statement. "We want to be able to serve customers who use our unlimited plans for their daily activity."
Sprint today launched Sprint Prepaid, a new branded no-contract offering. The company says...
BlackBerry today announced that Australia’s national transport safety investigator, the...
Boost and Virgin Mobile are making the jump in speed up to LTE. Both operate on Sprint’s LTE network. The postpaid providers have each announced the first phones that will run on their new faster offering, with Samsung’s Galaxy Victory coming to Virgin and the HTC One SV coming to Boost.
What with Verizon Wireless' $50 unlimited prepaid plan, AT&T's $25 monthly GoPhone offer and myriad others out there, you'd think the prepaid sector was in for a tumultuous ride.
The founder of Boost Mobile and Amp'd Mobile, yesterday was officially deemed interim CEO of NeuMedia...
Prepaid carrier Boost Mobile today launched three new iDEN phones from Motorola...
If consumers have complaints about wireless services, Boost Mobile wants to hear them – and spread them around using Facebook and Twitter.
Boost is shrinking customers monthly bills.
Prepaid provider Boost Mobile today announced the Samsung Seek, the company's first touchscreen device with a slide-out qwerty keyboard.
Boost Mobile, Sprint Nextel's prepaid unit, today announced availability of the Motorola i1, the carrier's first Android phone.
Is Sprint's multi-brand prepaid approach the right strategy?
Boost Mobile has upped the ante on its $50 all-you-can eat plan with the addition of e-mail, instant messaging and unlimited calls to 411.
When Matt Carter took the reigns at Boost Mobile, things were looking grim. The prepaid carrier’s net adds had begun to slow in 2007. By the next year, the carrier began to hemorrhage customers, losing 338,000 subscribers by the time Carter came in to help.
Boost Mobile announced the availability of its first-ever qwerty clamshell phone, the Sanyo Incognito by Kyocera.
A press release from the prepaid carrier today introduces the BlackBerry Curve 8330 on Boost's BlackBerry Monthly Unlimited plan.
Sprint's Boost Mobile prepaid division will start offering its $50 Monthly Unlimited plan on Sprint's CDMA network starting Jan. 13.
With prepaid plans dipping as low as $30 per month through TracFone Wireless’ Straight Talk service, it’s not clear how much longer discount carriers can compete on price.
Sprint places its hopes for the future on prepaid as it completes its acquisition of Virgin Mobile USA.
Boost Mobile is using the economic woes to its advantage. The Sprint Nextel prepaid division unveiled the latest installment of its "unwronged" commercials...
China Telecom said Tuesday its 2008 profit tumbled 96 percent due to charges for shutting down an older mobile service.
Six years after many developed countries began their commercial use of 3G networks, the three newly licensed Chinese telecoms will invest about $41 billion in building their 3G infrastructures, with billions of additional investment dollars expected to flow into applications and terminals/handsets.
China Telecom Americas, an international subsidiary of China Telecom, announced it is collaborating with Sprint Nextel to strengthen its global MPLS VPN capabilities.