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Sprint is knocking $200 off the Galaxy S6 or the Galaxy Note 5 when you trade in your old (but working) smartphone.

The offer reduces the price of the Galaxy S6 to just $9.76 a month, and the Note 5 to just $16.67 a month over 24 months. It can also be combined with Sprint’s half price deal for switchers coming from AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon.

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Sprint isn’t satisfied with Verizon’s ballsy claims. Photo: Sprint

The war between mobile carriers in the U.S. continues to heat up and with the latest battle, it’s personal. Sprint came out with a new ad that directly targets Verizon’s from just a few weeks ago. Using big, colorful balls to symbolize network quality and performance, Sprint claims Verizon’s ad is rubbish and outdated while the yellow network is the true champion.

Get your bootloader unlock code now. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Get your bootloader unlock code now. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Official bootloader unlock codes have been made available for 2014 Moto X handsets on Verizon, paving the way for custom ROMs and other third-party customizations.

Don't be surprised if you see angry mobs forming around your local AT&T store.

Don’t be surprised if you see angry mobs forming around your local AT&T store.

AT&T is bringing back unlimited data plans after killing the offering two years ago.

The new data plans will cost $100 per month for one smartphone, but there’s a big catch if you want to sign up: You have to be a DirecTV and U-Verse subscriber.

BlackBerry Priv is almost here. Photo: Carphone Warehouse

The BlackBerry Priv is already seeing other people. Photo: Carphone Warehouse

The Android-powered BlackBerry Priv is officially coming to Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint in the United States. While the phone isn’t totally new, the news revolves around an exclusivity deal with AT&T that has come to an end after just a few months. Despite a very rough few years for BlackBerry, perhaps the Priv has what it takes to keep BlackBerry’s ship just slightly above sea level for a little while longer.

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