Sharp's first US phone is the Sprint-exclusive, mid-range Aquos Crystal, and it looks quite nice for a budget handset.
Sprint rings another death kneel for unlimited data as it prepare to implement 'congestion management.'
Just because it's the newest phone doesn't mean you have to pay through the nose for a smartphone plan.
No-contract carrier Boost Mobile is offering a pretty good deal for unsubsidized new iPhones on a CDMA network.
Virgin Mobile will finally see the iPhone 5 join its no-contract lineup next week, though it will cost you $549.99 for 16GB.
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The sound of crickets are all Leap Wireless and subsidiary Cricket Wireless can hear with $100 million of unsold iPhones.