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Sprint launches multi-pronged prepaid wireless strategy

Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) unveiled its long-awaited, multi-brand prepaid wireless strategy with the goal of segmenting the market and establishing distinct brands. The multi-pronged approach, which

Clearwire promises two WiMAX smartphones, hints at LTE adoption

Clearwire (NASDAQ: CLWR) posted largely solid first-quarter results, showing gains in subscribers and better-than-expected financials. The company promised to sell two Clear-branded WiMAX

Survey: AT&T leads in dropped calls

AT&T Mobility (NYSE: T) can't catch a break. The carrier, which has been busy upgrading its networks, is still getting dinged for apparently having a higher frequency of dropped calls than its

Clearwire outlines summer launch plans

Clearwire (NASDAQ: CLWR) revealed more details on its summer launch markets. The company today said it will launch its mobile WiMAX service in 18 cities this summer. While some of those markets have

Boost enhances $50 unlimited plan, adds Samsung Rant

Boost Mobile, a part of Sprint Nextel's (NASDAQ: S) prepaid unit, is enhancing its $50 unlimited CDMA and iDEN calling plans by adding new services and debuting a new handset. The company announced

Clearwire adds coverage in Pennsylvania

Clearwire (NASDAQ: CLWR) added four new markets in central Pennsylvania--Harrisburg, Reading, Lancaster and York. The new markets round out Clearwire's existing mobile WiMAX coverage in Philadelphia,

Lightyear brings Libra Corp. under common brand

Competitive provider Lightyear took another step in its ongoing public company transformation by officially renaming the former Libra Alliance Corp. Lightyear Network Solutions. "The change in our

Sierra Wireless issues lower guidance for Q2

Wireless modem maker Sierra Wireless saw its shares slump 8.4 percent after the company gave lower guidance for the second quarter. In an interview with Dow Jones, Sierra's chief executive Jason

HP snatches up Palm for $1.2B

Hewlett-Packard stunned the industry yesterday by announcing it will buy beleaguered smartphone maker Palm (NASDAQ: PALM) for $1.2 billion. The news ended weeks of speculation about Palm's fate and

Sprint's Q1 wireline results illustrate IP network growing pains

Sprint's (NYSE: S) wireline unit once again showed the inevitable near-term losses all wireline providers are seeing as customers migrate off off TDM-based services to IP in Q1 2010. Evidence of