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AT&T announces Moto Atrix HD for $99; Genachowski promises LTE sharing in the 1755-1780 MHz band

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Sprint pushes smartphones to prepaid via Boost, Virgin

As the U.S. wireless industry hurtles toward the critical fourth-quarter holiday shopping season, no-contract carriers are rushing to bolster their smartphone offerings in a bid to challenge postpaid

MetroPCS details Samsung 'Craft' LTE handset, promises content 'studio'

Regional, no-contract carrier MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS) offered a few more details on its planned LTE rollout, currently scheduled for later this year, including initial launch markets, planned content

Leap overhauls voice plans, intros tiered data pricing

As expected, Cricket provider Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) launched its BlackBerry Curve 8530 for $299, and also overhauled pricing for its voice and data plans. Importantly, the company introduced a

What is the future of prepaid unlimited? Page 2

Previous page "They're doing a lot of things to try and narrow the gap already," said Bill Ho, an analyst at Current Analysis. "The prepaid guys' encroachment and dropping price points has moved the

BlackBerry Curve tops iPhone in Q4 smartphone sales

Research In Motion's BlackBerry Curve was the top-selling smartphone in the fourth quarter, according to research firm IDC, beating out Apple's iPhone 3GS. Although the Curve comes in multiple forms

Boost Mobile offering $50 unlimited plan on CDMA network

Boost Mobile, part of Sprint Nextel's prepaid unit, said beginning next week its $50 monthly unlimited plan will be available on Sprint's national CDMA network. Boost previously offered its unlimited

Top-selling smartphones in the United States in the second quarter

The following lists the top-selling smartphone models in the United States in the second quarter of this year, according to research and consulting firm IDC. This list counts vendor sales to carriers

BlackBerry Curve is best-selling smartphone in Q1

Research firm NPD Group said Verizon Wireless' aggressive "buy-one-get-one free" promotion on BlackBerry devices has helped the BlackBerry Curve surpass the iPhone as the best-selling smartphone in

MetroPCS takes on Boost, debuts BlackBerry

MetroPCS introduced new flat-rate plans to coincide with its launch of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Curve 8330, the first smartphone in the flat-rate carrier's lineup. This move puts MetroPCS in