Sprint to Block High End Smartphones from Sprint MVNOs
Sprint is going to start preventing "iconic" / high end smartphones from being activated on its MVNOs after November 15.
If you want the privilege of experiencing Sprint network quality, you're gonna have to start paying Sprint prices, plus taxes and fees.
Perhaps that's why Straight Talk's latest Galaxy S4 didn't use Sprint?
Kinda odd when AT&T and T-Mobile are allowing anything.
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