Report: Sprint begins rollout of ‘smart home’ services
Monday, 11 September 2017 () Sprint Corp. will offer connected home products in its stores, according to a report by Wave7 Research. The Overland Park-based carrier (NYSE: S) recently began a partnership with Vivint Smart Home, a connected home device provider, rolling out its digital home services to 16 stores in Kansas City, Utah, Arizona and Ohio. According to Wave7, Sprint plans to expand that number to 80 stores by year's end. The partnership would marry Vivint's services with Sprint's phones. Sprint stores already sell…
Sprint has been lagging in cell phone subscribers. Now, to help boost profits, the company is turning its attention to smart home devices. The change involves partnering with smart home company Vivint. Vivint will sell their devices in Sprint’s retail stores. The partnership initially calls for...
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