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Mossberg's review of Sprint's HTC EVO 4G: Fast speeds but poor battery life

The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg reviewed Sprint's (NYSE:S) HTC EVO 4G smartphone, concluding that the device offers the highest consistent downstream data speeds he has ever seen, but the

Top wireless stories of the week

Check out this week's most-viewed stories across Fierce's wireless publications: FierceBroadbandWireless 1. AT&T now planning widespread deployment of HSPA+; LTE timeframe stays the same 2. FCC

FCC questions wireless sector's competitiveness

Wireless carriers and politicians in the US have blasted FCC claims the nation’s wireless market lacks strong competition, claiming the comments are a bid by the regulator to increase its p

Sprint evaluating options, open to LTE

Sprint (NASDAQ:S) has issued a request for proposal for its next-generation of mobile network technology and LTE may be one option. Light Reading Mobile reports that at the LTE World Summit in

AT&T: Mobile broadband, not prepaid key to industry growth

The bigger growth opportunity in the U.S. mobile market is mobile data services and connected devices, not prepaid, said AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) CEO Ralph de la Vega during an investor conference.

AT&T's de la Vega downplays prepaid growth, potential iPhone loss

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) CEO Ralph de Vega dismissed the growth of the prepaid wireless market and insisted that the real industry growth is in mobile data plans and "connected" devices. The

MetroPCS chief sees prepaid consolidation

MetroPCS (NASDAQ: PCS) CEO Roger Linquist said that there will likely be mergers in the crowded prepaid wireless market soon. Speaking at the Reuters Global Technology Summit, Linquist said ideally

Sprint CFO says the worst is over

Sprint Nextel's (NYSE:S) CFO Bob Brust said the company's "steep" revenue declines are a thing of the past and that its operations are now stabilizing--thanks in large part to the company's prepaid

T-Mobile rolls out new unlimited plans

T-Mobile USA debuted two new prepaid unlimited plans days after the nation's No. 4 carrier revealed it slumped to a net loss of 77,000 subscribers in the first quarter. The new prepaid unlimited

Are Verizon and Sprint rolling out CDMA Rev. B?

Despite denials from Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) and Sprint Nextel (NASDAQ:S), research firm Telecom Pragmatics maintains that the two operators plan on deploying EV-DO Rev. B. The research firm