Our commitment to people with disabilities

Our mission at Sprint is to provide the highest quality wireless products and services for all of our customers. From our industry-leading devices, we are committed to anticipating the needs of our customers and making our award-winning services accessible to all. We demonstrate that commitment by working with a number of phone manufacturers and vendors to offer wireless services and devices that incorporate helpful, easy-to-use features.

This site is organized according to broad categories of disability. Please click the links to the left to learn more about Sprint devices, features, services and programs that assist people with disabilities in each category.

Our reliable network

Sprint remains focused on building a network that delivers the consistent reliability, capacity and speed that customers demand. An analysis of Nielsen Mobile Performance crowd-sourced data from October through December 2015 showed that Sprint's LTE Plus Network beat Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile by delivering the fastest LTE download speeds.


Sprint scored 100 out of 100 on the Disability Equality Index, (April 2015 and April 2016) as evaluated by theUnited States Business Leadership Network (USBLN) survey in conjunction with the American Association of People with Disabilities. This score renders Sprint a top performing company in the area of disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain, and marketplace.

Received the Title IV Public Service Award from the New York City Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) for New York Relay Service (September 2014)

Sprint awarded the QSAC (Quality Services for the Autism Community) Change Maker award for products and services that assist individuals with autism – QSAC (June 2014). For more information, visit our newsroom: http://newsroom.sprint.com/awards.

Apps for Smartphones

For Android™ devices, there are a variety of applications that provide enhanced accessibility. Sprint suggests users visit Google Play™ to learn more about the Eyes-Free Project from Google and check out these other applications available on Google Play:

  • TalkBack by Google: a screen reader that provides spoken feedback when using native Android applications
  • Accessibility Preferences by Eyes-Free Project
  • Talking Compass by Eyes-Free Project
  • Preference settings for accessibility applications such as TalkBack

Wireless Accessibility highlights:

  • Touch navigation: Users can simply move their finger around the screen and voice synthesis will read the text below their finger. Swipe up/down/right/left and tap the screen to navigate through the interface, using optional sound and vibration feedback.
  • Easy text input: Use the touch QWERTY keyboard or speech recognition to write text quickly and easily – making it possible to write a text message or email using only your voice.
  • Voice synthesis: Provides natural sounding voice read-back.

Apple® iPhone®

iPhone provides many great features for access to technology. Learn more about iPhone accessibility.

A variety of hardware and software products for special needs are sold separately. Learn more.

To learn more about Sprint's accessibility efforts, download our Accessibility Fact Sheet.