Tag Archives: Sprint

T-Mobile Will No Longer Offer Tidal Service

When T-Mobile purchased Sprint in 2020, it also acquired the company’s assets, including its 33% stake in streaming music service, Tidal. A year later, however, American rapper, Jay-Z, purchased this stake from T-Mobile. Despite this series of events, T-Mobile continued to be a perk on its Sprint customers.  But as reported by The Mobile Report, the Un-carrier has decided to stop offering this streaming service. The publication was able … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pays Off Existing Device Installment Plans of Former Sprint Customers

T-Mobile has sent out good news to some former Sprint customers.  According to users on Reddit, some subscribers have received a screenshot of a message that the carrier recently sent them. The message reads:“Sprint is now T-Mobile: Good news! We’ve forgiven the remaining balance for the installment billing agreement(s) below. You now own your device in full, so you can use its trade-in value when … [read full article]

Sprint’s Final Days Has Been Revealed

This is it! It’s the end of an era, at least for the brand, Sprint. Back when T-Mobile announced its plan to acquire Sprint, we’ve religiously covered the entire series of events. And it feels like an eternity ago, with the pandemic and all. But today, a report acquired internal documents revealing the final date for Sprint’s demise. As reported by The Mobile Report, there are three important dates to … [read full article]

T-Mobile will end Amazon Prime On Us perk on Sprint Unlimited Premium plan customers

It looks like T-Mobile is putting an end to some of the benefits that Sprint still has in place. One of these benefits, free Amazon Prime, can be found on the Unlimited Premium plan. Sprint launched this plan in August 2018 as a $90 per month plan with a number of free perks. Unfortunately, T-Mobile is putting an end to the free Amazon Prime membership it includes in this plan.  [read full article]

Report: T-Mobile reminds Sprint SIM customers to switch before May 1st End of Life

Ever since T-Mobile merged with Sprint, the fate of Sprint customers have always been hanging on a thread. And even though the merger happened almost three years ago, T-Mobile allowed legacy Sprint customers to hold onto their Sprint SIM cards. But according to a report, this will likely be ending soon.  The T-Mo Report recently obtained a document revealing an upcoming change … [read full article]

T-Mobile offers OnePlus Nord N300 5G free to customers

T-Mobile has just unveiled the newest OnePlus device that will exclusively be available at T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile. The OnePlus Nord N300 5G is the latest smartphone to be offered by the Un-carrier. And with its latest announcement, you have a chance to get the device for free.  The OnePlus Nord N300 5G comes with a 6.56-inch HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate. From within, the device is powered by a Dimensity 810 processor with … [read full article]

T-Mobile ending Japan Plan add-on for Sprint customers

Bad news to Sprint customers with the Japan Plan add-on. It looks like the add-on will no longer be available to purchase starting tomorrow, August 11th.  This comes from The T-Mo Report, who revealed the information from a leaked document earlier. The document revealed that the Sprint Japan Roaming Add-on will be ending on September 15th. This means that you can still use the add-on until that time. … [read full article]

Legacy Sprint customers can now open a new T-Mobile Home Internet plan without migrating

Without a doubt, T-Mobile’s Home Internet service has been getting its fair share of fame these days. In fact, the company revealed that as of June, more than 40 million households are eligible to use the service. But unfortunately, it wasn’t available to legacy Sprint customers at the time of its launch. The good news is, this is about to change now.  … [read full article]

Sprint’s network is officially retired

It’s official! Sprint’s network is officially retired. T-Mobile has shut down the remaining LTE network of Sprint along with its own 3G network.  A spokesperson for the Un-carrier confirmed to The Verge that the shutdowns are now taking place. This is on top of Sprint’s 3G CDMA network that T-Mo shut down earlier this year.  The shutdowns follow the schedule created by T-Mobile, which has been delayed from 2021. To recall, … [read full article]