Tuesday, Sprint announced in its quarterly earnings call that it sold 1.4 million iPhones for the July quarters, but lost 2 million subscribers. » Read the rest
In the OS of the iPhone and iPad, a hacker claims to have found code that suggests the nations top 3 carriers are hindering the data speeds for their customers. » Read the rest
The numbers are continuing to roll in for the big carriers and the numbers aren’t looking good, because unlike people, numbers don’t lie.
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A sales representative at a Sprint store denied a man the sale of an iPhone 4 because he claimed that the customer’s fingers were too fat. » Read the rest
While the iPhone 5 has already launched to a lot of fanfare with service support from top tier providers such as AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, there is another lesser known competitor also offering their services to mobile phone users at a cheaper rate, called nTelos. » Read the rest
AT&T, Verizon and Sprint aren’t the only ones sharing the love. Smaller U.S carriers are now getting in on the fun.
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Since the creation of smartphones, data-driven technology has pioneered new ways for everyday users to stay connected. Evolving into tablets and other mobile-enabled devices, the technology market will be forever changed. So the question that begs to be answered is, how will the providers of this data adapt? Let’s take a look into some of the companies that remain side-by-side with the technology era. » Read the rest
Following the iPhone 5′s release yesterday, US carrier Sprint has nearly sold all of its units from their initial batch.
iPhone 5 pre-order shipping times has slipped to 3-4 weeks due to high demand on the Apple online store.
U.S. carriers looking to put the iPhone on their shelves are going to have to pay a handsome amount in subsidies, analysts say.