I just scheduled an appointment at my local Apple Store to purchase an iPhone 6s Plus on September 25th using Apple's new iPhone Upgrade Program. It's right for me, but is it right for you? And, is it good or bad for the carriers?
Smartphones are over; mobile is just beginning. Apple will announce a new iPhone on September 9th, but it will it be a phone you need to break your existing contract for? Shelly Palmer discusses your options with Ben Simmoneau and Juliet Huddy on Fox 5. Airdate: September 1, 2015
If you’re the type of person who buys a new iPhone every time one is announced, Sprint wants your money — and your phone when you’re done with it. On Tuesday, the carrier announced a new “iPhone for Life” program that will give you a free Apple iPhone 6 or 6 Plus up front, as […]
Sprint may have officially junked its ambitious plan to buy T-Mobile US, but there’s a big telecom industry out there and it has taken notice of the U.S.’s scrappy No. 4 mobile carrier. T-Mobile’s principal owner Deutsche Telekom has indicated its willingness to sell if the price is right, and French ISP Iliad is likely […]
Sprint on Thursday announced a new $60 unlimited plan in its latest bid to reverse a decline in its subscriber numbers. To get the $60 rate, customers need to pay full retail price or bring their own Sprint-compatible devices. The plan is available starting Friday for both new and existing customers, Sprint said. “People know […]