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Editors' Take

Sprint WeGo

At $120, Sprint's bare-bones WeGo phone has parental notification, and lets kids call and text a limited number of preset contacts.

By April 11, 2014

MSRP: $120.00


Can you hear me now? Mobile operators beef up networks for conventions

Wireless carriers say they've got you covered with fast, reliable mobile service at this summer's big political events.

By July 20, 2016


Sprint Vital

While the Sprint Vital is ZTE's best handset to date, the HTC One outshines it by miles for the same price.

By June 10, 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating June 10, 2013

MSRP: $99.99


Sprint Force

With its already spotty camera and call quality, the Sprint Force can't outpace the number of other Sprint handsets that are just as inexpensive.

By March 18, 2013

3 stars Editors' rating March 18, 2013

MSRP: $299.99


Sprint Flash

With the 12-megapixel Sprint Flash, ZTE attempts to break new ground in features, but the Flash is a poor choice both as a phone and as a camera.

By December 5, 2012

3 stars Editors' rating December 5, 2012

MSRP: $449.99


Exclusive: Here are the first 150 cars announced for Forza Horizon 3

The open-world driving game will be set in Australia, so naturally, it features plenty of local Down-Under favorites.

By July 19, 2016


Get a 1GB data plan for $8.99 per month

From the Cheapskate: Perfect for your Sprint-compatible tablet, mobile hotspot or even 4G-equipped car, this plan can also be had for just $3.99/month. Plus: a free ebook!

By July 21, 2016


Sprint's latest sign-up perk: A free year of Amazon Prime

If gobs of data isn't enough, Sprint's latest incentive is 12 free months of Amazon's subscription service.

By May 13, 2016


Sprint CEO thanks Ricky Gervais for anti-Sprint Verizon ads

Technically Incorrect: In a Twitter exchange, Marcelo Claure has a giggle at the new Verizon spokesman. Gervais takes evasive action. Meanwhile, residents of Kansas are upset.

By March 23, 2016


Now hear this? Sprint spins a twist on a Verizon pitch

Technically Incorrect: The man who asked "Can You Hear Me Now?" for Verizon was an advertising icon. Sprint may now be asking too much of him.

By June 6, 2016