With all the policy changes that Sprint made around the time its iPhone launched, one change that wasn’t noticed or mentioned by many people was the fact that Sprint lowered its standard upgrade period, from every 22 months down to every 20 months. But according to some tips we’ve received, Sprint may not be holding […]
Author Archive: Nathan
I'm a 23-year old from the Twin Cities. Used to work for Verizon, currently work for Sprint. Love anything and everything tech-related, especially cell phones, especially Android.
A tipster has sent us a tidbit that Verizon Wireless plans on switching up the texting packages that are currently offered as add-ons. Currently, customers have the option of: – 250 texts for $5 -500 texts plus unlimited texting to any other Verizon phone for $10 -unlimited texting for $20 Going forward, […]
Well look what we have here. Some Verizon employee was kind enough to send this screenshot over to the guys at Android Central. Now obviously nothing is confirmed until it’s announced by Verizon, but it’s looking like at least for right now, the plan is to go ahead and launch on the 17th. Let’s just […]
As many of you are aware, Sprint recently started pushing out Gingerbread 2.3.3 to its LG Optimus S phones, bringing it to version LS670ZVH. However, many users are reporting some post-update bugs and issues with the new software. Specifically, users seem to be complaining of the SD card unmounting itself from the phone periodically, […]