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Sprint hopes to woo business customers with new all-inclusive pricing, value-added services

Sprint is unveiling a new pricing structure for business customers that includes in one price point the cost of devices and service as well as a host of new value-added services and customer support.

BlackBerry's Chen doesn't entirely close door on Android device

BlackBerry CEO John Chen declined to comment on a recent Reuters report that the company is thinking of using Google's Android software in an upcoming smartphone for the first time, but he did not entirely foreclose the prospect of doing so in the future.

BlackBerry reports stronger software sales than expected amid turnaround push

BlackBerry posted weaker revenue and earnings than analysts had expected for its first fiscal quarter, but the company surprised the market by posting stronger gains in software sales. The onetime smartphone powerhouse has been placing less emphasis on hardware and more on software, enterprise security and the Internet of Things in a push to remake itself under CEO John Chen.

Analysts: BlackBerry's push into software isn't picking up steam yet

BlackBerry is likely going to report less software revenue when it posts earnings on June 23 than Wall Street is expecting, and financial analysts and the wider market should lower their expectations for how quickly the company can increase software sales, according to a report from analysts at Wells Fargo.

Developers should consider targeting SMBs for apps, not large enterprises

Small- and medium-sized businesses may be a lot more approachable than large enterprises, and more willing to work with indie developers who have a proven portfolio of consumer apps.  Special report

T-Mobile and BlackBerry make amends, carrier to sell Classic smartphone

BlackBerry and T-Mobile US have kissed and made up. A little more than a year after BlackBerry cut sales ties with T-Mobile amid a dispute over T-Mobile promoting the iPhone over BlackBerry's phones, T-Mobile is now going to start selling the BlackBerry Classic smartphone.

BlackBerry's embrace of a software strategy leaves some analysts skeptical

BlackBerry is an afterthought in the device market, but the company wants to become much more of a software player in the next few years. However, the open question is whether the company has the wherewithal to achieve its goals.

Analysts: T-Mobile's business plans could appeal to small businesses but not big enterprises

T-Mobile US' new rate plans and offerings for businesses are likely going to have more success in the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market than with major corporations, where Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility are strongest, according to financial analysts.

T-Mobile aims to steal business customers from Verizon, AT&T with cheaper, simpler pricing

NEW YORK--T-Mobile US launched new plans aimed at business customers with a simplified rate structure that the company says will let it take away business from Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility.

Sprint unveils 'Workplace-as-a-Service' platform aimed at simplifying enterprise communications

Sprint is launching a new platform aimed at business customers that it says will meet all of their enterprise technology and communications needs without companies having to work with multiple vendors. The carrier is aiming the solution at small and medium-sized businesses with the promise of cutting their expenses and simplifying their operations.