Tag Archives: Sprint

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]

T-Mobile: Being sued by AT&T, Verizon customers for increased prices

In a surprise turn of events, it looks like a group of AT&T and Verizon customers have decided to sue T-Mobile. The group believes that the continued increase of prices brought about by their carriers are impacted by T-Mo’s Sprint acquisition in 2020.  As reported by PhoneArena, the group is seeking “declaratory relief” as well as financial compensation brought about by the “precipitous decline in competition”[read full article]

T-Mobile fixes data throttling issue on Sprint’s Everything Data plans

T-Mobile has fixed an issue that has been affecting Sprint customers ever since their merger. As revealed by The T-Mo Report, affected customers have been experiencing video throttling on Sprint’s Everything Data plans. These plans originally came with unlimited talk, text, and data with no throttilng. The plan was launched in 2012 but was retired in a year. After T-Mo and Sprint’s merger, customers who opted … [read full article]