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Sprint CEO Has Finally Had Enough Of John Legere's Teasing, Lets Him Know It In A Twitter Rant [Update: Legere Responds]

Remember the days when telecom CEOs were uptight guys in suits whose names you would never even know? Well, then John Legere happened. T-Mobile's bombastic CEO has been regularly poking fun at the competition ever since starting the Uncarrier initiatives, and Sprint's new CEO Marcelo Claure is sick of hearing it. After Legere blasted Sprint's recent All In blunder, Claure fired back in a series of vitriolic tweets.

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[Update: It's Here] HTC One M9 On Sprint Set To Receive Android 5.1 And Camera Improvements Come July 1st

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[Update: Cap Removed] Sprint, Officially America's Dumbest Carrier, Adds A Hard 600Kbps Video Streaming Speed Cap To Its New Unlimited Plans

Today, Sprint announced a new phone plan called "All-In": $80 a month (plus tax and surcharges) gets you unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data[FOOTNOTE GOES HERE]. As you can probably see in the title of this post, this new new plan is terrible, dumb, and you shouldn't support it, because it's complete bullshit that Sprint is even allowed to do this.

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Sprint Delivers Android 5.1.1 OTA Update To Its Galaxy S6 And Galaxy S6 Edge

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Sprint's Direct 2 You Service Offers House Calls For Phone Sales And Service In New York, LA, San Francisco, And Denver

Sprint would really like you to buy a phone. Really. So much so that they're willing to throw a salesperson and a bunch of phones in a branded car and drive to your door to sell it to you, preferably along with a service contract and a $30 case. The new Direct 2 You service will also offer assistance to existing Sprint customers; the example given in the press release is moving data from one phone to the other.

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Sprint's LG G3 Gets A Small Update To Enable Factory Reset Protection

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WSJ: Sprint Stops Throttling Unlimited Plans Following New FCC Rules

The Federal Communications Commission is taking action, and wireless carriers are now on guard. Once the government department's new net-neutrality rules took effect on Friday, Sprint stopped throttling customers on unlimited plans, according to The Wall Street Journal. The carrier says its policy would have been allowed under the new rules, but it made the change anyway just to be sure.

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Sprint made this decision a few days before the FCC fined AT&T $100 million for making misleading promises of unlimited data.

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Sprint's LG G Flex 2 Gets The Android 5.1.1 OTA

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The LG G4 Should Now Be Available Across All The Major US Carriers—AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, And Verizon

LG showed off the G4 at the end of April, we posted our review a couple weeks later, and we've spent the time since then waiting for the time when folks here in the US can pick the phone up from their network of choice. Availability and pre-orders have trickled out gradually, and now we've reached a point where the phone should be on sale across all five of the country's largest carriers.

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[Update: Factory Image And OTA Links] As Indicated, Android Build LMY47Z Is Now Heading To Nexus 6 Phones On Sprint

Got a Nexus 6? Are you using it on Sprint? Then don't be surprised if you see an over-the-air update come sometime in the next few days. Sprint's support site had officially listed build LMY47Z, indicating that it's either going out to Nexus 6 owners now or will be in the very near future.

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