In an announcement made via their respective press releases on Thursday, US wireless carriers T-Mobile and Sprint said that they are reintroducing affordable unlimited data plans for their customers.
The announcements by T-Mobile and Sprint that they are bringing unlimited data plans back from extinction implies that the two carriers will offer competing unlimited data plans to wireless customers who are willing to relinquish video quality.
Reportedly, Sprint Corp. and Amazon. com Inc are planning to buy some stores of the struggling electronics retailer RadioShack after it files for bankruptcy.
Reports say that Seattle-based Amazon is considering using the stores of RadioShack as showcases for the hardware merchandise of the company and also likely centres for pickup and drop-off for its online customers.
On Friday, the third biggest wireless carrier, Sprint Corp. announced that the company has planned to reduce 452 jobs in their headquarters which is in Kansas Overland Park.
The carrier says that there are going to be more job trimmings apart from the headquarters which right now are being reviewed.
Third-ranking US wireless carrier Sprint has recently revealed that it will unlock smartphones for American use from February next year.
In a revised policy page on unlocking smartphones, Sprint has stated that it is quite hopeful of ensuring that "all devices developed and launched on or after February 11, 2015 are capable of being unlocked domestically."
A new Recode report has revealed that Sprint and Spotify are apparently working on some kind of a partnership which will help them bring a free or discounted music streaming service. The partnership will likely be announced by Sprint an April 29-scheduled event in New York.
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