Sprint and Samsung Mobile have just announced the Samsung M400, a 3G clam-shell cell phone with accessibility features designed specifically to meet the needs of senior citizens and people with disabilities.
SoftBank a Japanese wireless carrier has announced that it will acquire a 70% share in Sprint. The deal is worth $20Bn.
Boost Mobile has announced that the popular HTC EVO Design 4G will be available on its 3G/WiMAX network for $299.99 from May 31. When paired with Boost’s Monthly Unlimited pre-pay plan it costs only $55 per month.
The LG Rumor Reflex is now available from Sprint on contract, or from Boost Mobile, without a contact starting March 29. It’s a feature phone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen and outer casing made from 31 percent recycled material.
Boost Mobile, one of Sprint’s prepay brands has announced that the LG Marquee will now be available with a prepay option. It was previously only available with a two-year contract from Sprint.
Boost Mobile, has announced a new Pay-As-You-Go Android (Gingerbread) smartphone – the Samsung Replenish. It’s an eco-friendly, touch/QWERTY smartphone and will be launched January 16.
Boost Mobile has announced that the Samsung Transform Ultra will be added to its lineup from Oct. 7 with no contract required.
Sprint has announced the availability of the HTC EVO View 4G, the first 4G enabled tablet in the United States.
Sprint announced that it has received 11 awards in two of ATLANTIC-ACM’s 2011 U.S. studies. The ATLANTIC-ACM Report Card series is one of the telecom industry’s main sources of carrier performance benchmarking information.
Sprint and Motorola announced that they have reinvigorated their alliance so that Sprint and its prepaid brands of Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA will launch more than 10 new Motorola wireless devices in 2011.