Sprint is a US-based major wireless network provider as well as major global internet carrier. The Sprint Corporation offers wireless voice, messaging, and broadband services for mobile devices. Consumers may access Sprint's services online, through their kiosks, or at their storefronts. Sprint provides mobility to consumers, businesses, and government users through its wireless and wireline communications services. Mobile services on the Sprint network operate in both the 3G and 4G and are accompanied by a variety of mobile service plans. Subscribers may choose from an assortment of mobile device manufacturers for their mobile plans. Mobile plans are offered to subscribers on the Sprint network either with or without contract, which include unlimited talk, text, and data usage. Additionally, flexible, no contract plans and family plans remain options for subscribers. Under different subsidiary brands, Sprint offers pre-paid mobile services. Sprint is also a mobile broadband provider for different types of mobile devices.
Sprint– Tradition As a Telecom Innovator
Sprint's founder Cleyson Brown started everything in 1899, when the Brown Telephone Company formed in Abilene, Kansas. By the mid-1970s, the company's growth strategies established it as the nation's largest independent local telephone provider. When long distance opened in the 1980s, Sprint became an influencer of this business opportunity. By 1986, Sprint completed the first nationwide, 100% digital, fiber-optic network. In 1993, when Sprint and Centel merged to become a provider of local, wireless and long distance services. Sprint has established itself in creating local capabilities, IP and wireless applications as well as mobility solutions. Sprint's red diamond logo represents the combined achievements of the predecessors, including United Telecommunications, US Sprint and Centel.