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Sprint Corp. and other cellphone companies have primarily been exempt from net neutrality requirements - originally set in 2010.
Affordable and aggressive, Sprint Business Share Plans provide data pricing that is up to 56 percent less than data offerings from Verizon and AT&T )--After a 30-day barrage of Best-Value-in-Wireless offers for consumers, Sprint continues to aggressively deliver more data for less than Verizon and AT&T with the introduction of Sprint Business Share Plans, which could yield thousands of dollars in savings for business customers. The affordable new pricing plans challenge the high cost of doing business with wireless companies by offering huge amounts of data and savings - with data pricing that is up to 56 percent less than comparable plans offered by the competition.
Dream Big America also reveals the competition's . He plans to donate a portion of LitterZap's proceeds to charities such as the Humane Society and The Wounded Warrior Project.
Officials at Kansas City International Airport say they've heard the complaints from travelers about spotty Wi-Fi service and they're working to make it better. The Kansas City Star reports the city's Aviation Department plans to spend $250,000 to completely upgrade Wi-Fi service and make other technological improvements.
Sprint introduced an "iPhone for Life" plan that lets customers get a new version of Apple's smartphone every two years as it tries to win back customers lost to rivals including T-Mobile US. The service costs $70 a month and includes unlimited data, Sprint says on its website.
Consumer advocate Clark Howard said in his weekly e-column that three of the four major carriers have announced the biggest rate cuts in almost twenty years. T-Mobile, the leader in competitive pricing, has cut prices again.
Sprint Corp. rose to the highest in more than a month after Cowen & Co. boosted its rating for the third-biggest U.S. wireless carrier, citing the new chief executive officer's fresh pricing moves to help lure more subscribers.
Mobile US added 552,000 postpaid customers in August, more customer additions than any other month in the history of the company, Chief Executive John Legere told investors at a conference in New York on Friday. The fourth largest U.S. wireless carrier also added 208,000 pre-paid customers in August.
New iPhone For Life Plan allows consumers to get the iPhone 6 for $20/month, iPhone 6 Plus for $25/month, both for $0 money down and guarantees a new device every two years Sprint is proud to offer iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the biggest advancements in iPhone history, beginning on Friday, Sept.
VanTrust Real Estate LLC has purchased a former Sprint Corp. facility at 6666 W. 110th St. in Overland Park and plans to replace it with a new office building. Rich Muller , a vice president with VanTrust, said plans call for "scrapping the existing building and coming back with a 75,000- to 100,000-square-foot building with great visibility."
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Piggybacking on the launch of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Sprint has announced that they'll be offering owners of the new phones the options to pay $50 for unlimited voice, text and data. According to the Sprint website , customers who take Sprint up on the offer will need pay for their new iPhone in monthly installments via Sprint's Easy pay program.
Mobile will sell more than 100 smartphone models with a built-in feature that taps into Wi-Fi networks to make phone calls and send texts when customers can't connect to the wireless carrier's cellular network. The program announced Wednesday represents T-Mobile's latest attempt to lure wireless subscribers away from three larger rivals, Verizon Wireless, AT&T Corp. and Sprint Corp. Over the past 18 months, T-Mobile has shaken up the industry by replacing two-year contract commitments with monthly installment plans to pay for smartphones and lowering the cost to upgrade device and stream digital music.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 05:19 am
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