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Sprint may once again follow where T-Mobile leads

18
Jan
2014

Over the past year, T-Mobile has unleashed a series of bold new initiatives aimed at stealing customers away from wireless giants ATT and Verizon. So far, fellow underdog carrier Sprint has responded with… Framily Plans. However, leaked documents obtained by AndroidCentral suggest that Sprint is planning to step up its game a little bit in the near future by offering its subscribers Wi-Fi calling, a feature that essentially lets you have unlimited calling as long as you can hook up to a Wi-Fi network. Of course, T-Mobile has had Wi-Fi calling available in some capacity for years so Sprint isn’t exactly breaking new ground here. AndroidCentral’s leaked documents suggest that the first Sprint devices to get access to Wi-Fi calling

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