The big carrier plays catchup with offers by Sprint and AT&T to increase the amount of data available on an existing family plan.
Under new CEO Marcelo Claure, Sprint is keeping the pressure on its larger competitors and going directly after AT&T.
Sprint customers traveling overseas get a boon with the carrier's added Wi-Fi calling feature, starting with the Galaxy S4.
Dan Hesse, stepping down as chief of the US's third-largest wireless carrier after seven years, helped clear up Sprint's baggage. But the company still lacks a key essential: new subscribers.
A full week before it was projected to hit store shelves, LG's marquee smartphone comes to Sprint customers.
The fixed wireless voice terminal lets users take inbound cellular calls from traditional home phones.
Last year's model iPhones are now supported on Ting's network. The service has no flat-rate plans; you pay for the minutes you use and the data you access.
Sprint and its prepaid brands will soon carry the low-cost HTC smartphone.
Sprint Prepaid, which launched earlier this year, now has three plans and all include data. But the service is only available on select phones.
Marcelo Claure is focused on lowering expenses and prices as he tries to turn around the struggling wireless carrier.