The Master Subsidy Lock, or MSL, is a code used on most Sprint phones and tablets. The code restricts devices from being used on other providers’ networks.Know More
Being able to use the MSL code to unlock a device is useful when transferring the device to a new network or selling the phone to someone who may use a different service provider.
Sprint provides MSL codes for devices under the condition that the person requesting the code is a current or former Sprint customer and provided that several other circumstances are met. The Sprint account associated with the device must be in good standing with payments made current, a fulfilled service agreement, no write-off balances and no collection balances. Also, the device must not be reported lost or stolen.Learn more about Mobile
To track the location of a Sprint phone, register for the Sprint Family Locator facility offered by the company, and click on the Sprint phone number that is to be tracked in the account created. The locator service then indicates the phone's location.Full Answer >
Sprint offers family share plans, unlimited plans, single service plans, as well as tablet plans, data only plans, home phone service plans and prepaid plans as of April 2015. The Sprint website offers a detailed list of all the available plans by area, as well as pricing and gives the consumer the ability to customize the plan.Full Answer >
As of 2014, you can file a phone claim with Sprint using the Total Equipment Protection section of its website. On the website, you can start, continue and track phone claims and even track a return. For mechanical and electrical failures, Sprint suggests visiting a Sprint Phone Repair Center.Full Answer >
Lost Sprint phones can be located using the Sprint Family Locator service. The official entry on the topic on the Sprint Support portal lists that the phone must be turned on and a Sprint network covered location to be locatable.Full Answer >