Sticker Shock: Sprint Sends $1,900 Phone Bill After Canceling Shoddy Cell ServiceSusan Schweder’s cell service went from fine to infuriating when she moved, but that was nothing compared to the sticker shock over a $1,900 phone bill.
Sprint And T-Mobile CEOs Promise Merger Won't Raise PricesThe CEOs of T-Mobile and Sprint are confident that their proposed merger will get approval from US regulators and create jobs — and that it won't raise prices for wireless subscribers.
How To File A 'Cramming' Claim Against Sprint, VerizonAttorney General Lisa Madigan today joined with her counterparts around the country, the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Communications Commission to announce settlements with Sprint Corporation and Verizon Wireless totaling $158 million to resolve allegations that the companies placed third-party charges on their customers’ cell phone bills, a practice known as “cramming.”
Emergency Text To 911 Available, But There's A CatchAs of today, most mobile device users have the ability to send a text to 911 in an emergency, but that doesn't mean law enforcement will be able to respond immediately
U.S. Cellular Sells Off Chicago Market, But 'The Cell' Remains The SameIf you're a U.S. Cellular customer in the Chicago area, you’ll be getting a new wireless provider, after the company announced it is selling its Chicago market to rival Sprint.
CTA Signs With Sprint For Subway Cellular ServiceThe last major holdout among cell phone firms has signed a contract with CTA to hook up reception in its two major subways.