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MVNO Karma launches first LTE product with Sprint, doubles user base to 100,000

Karma, an MVNO that rewards customers with additional data when they share their hotspot connection with others, is launching its first LTE hotspot, called Karma Go, on Sprint's tri-band LTE network. The company previously only offered service on Sprint's WiMAX network. 

Report: Iliad sets October deadline for improved T-Mobile US bid

France-based Iliad has reportedly given itself until the middle of October to decide whether to improve its bid for T-Mobile US or give up on efforts to buy the U.S. unit of Deutsche Telekom.

Sprint's Phone Connect 3 cuts the landline cord but keeps the phones

Sprint is providing transitional technology to people who want to cut the cord and use their mobile phone number as their only personal number but still like the convenience of having a call ring in on their landline phones.

Sprint sells 900 MHz spectrum to firm led by Nextel co-founders

Pacific DataVision, led by former Nextel Communications co-founders Morgan O'Brien and Brian McAuley, acquired all of Sprint's 900 MHz licenses, giving it some 6 MHz of bandwidth nationwide for use in a push-to-talk radio network. The mobile workforce communications provider is also seeking FCC permission to launch a wireless broadband offering using its newly acquired spectrum.

Verizon starts rolling out VoLTE, but on only 2 phones to start

Verizon Wireless started rolling out Voice over LTE service nationwide but is initially making VoLTE available on  only  two smartphones: the Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G2. The carrier had promised that a " robust " lineup of devices would come with its VoLTE launch, and vowed that more will come soon.

AT&T's Stankey: 'We're not the victim' in Q3 competition

AT&T Mobility is expecting a strong third quarter in terms of churn and overall results, according to a senior AT&T executive. "We're not the victim in the quarter," AT&T's John Stankey said.

Analysts: T-Mobile wants a partner with U.S. spectrum, customers

T-Mobile US would strike an M&A deal with another company only if they had U.S. spectrum, a U.S. customer base and offered "favorable financial terms," according to financial analysts.

Apple sells 4M iPhone 6, 6 Plus units in 24 hours of preorder sales

Apple said it took a record 4 million preorders for its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in the first 24 hours of availability, which started last Friday. The company did not say how many preorders it took during the first weekend of preorder sales; retail sales for the phones start Sept. 19.

Sprint's ability to offer blazing peak speeds worries rivals, says Nokia exec

LAS VEGAS--Rival U.S. operators are concerned about the "peak wars" that Sprint might initiate using its vast spectrum holdings, said Mike Murphy, Nokia Networks' head of technology, North America.

Sprint tweaks 2.5 GHz LTE deployment strategy to target congested parts of network

Sprint still plans to deploy its 2.5 GHz spectrum on a nationwide basis but is going to change its approach to how it rolls out the spectrum to be more targeted on congested points of its network. Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure detailed the change in Sprint's 2.5 GHz buildout approach in comments he made during his first investor conference.