RCR News continues their AWS auction coverage with a few ripe deals from round 30: Leap wireless posted provisionally winning bids (PWBs) on a C-block license in Chicago for
What happened? It was supposed to be the most exciting auction for wireless airwaves we've ever seen, with non-traditional players like satellite TV companies DirecTV and EchoStar expected to go
Light Reading brings up an interesting question when it comes to Sprint Nextel's decision to deploy WiMax in the 2.5 GHz band. How is it going to secure the network? The same kinds of
The federal government is close to its goal of making $15 billion from the advanced wireless services (AWS) auction. At press time, bids totaled more than $10.5 billion after 21 rounds. NextWave
Sprint Nextel announces long-awaited technology plan for 2.5 GHz band, taps Motorola, Samsung and Intel for WiMAX.
The price tag apparently became too high for DirecTV and Echostar. They bowed out of the advanced wireless services (AWS) auction today. The two were part of a venture called DBS LLC that
Sprint Nextel says it is reigning in the growth of Boost Mobile after the company reported dismal results and sounded the alarm to analysts when it revealed that prepaid customers accounted for
All those affiliate agreements Sprint made in the early days to boost its coverage nationwide keep coming back to haunt the operator in its post-merger state with Nextel. An Illinois circuit judge
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The big news in the wireless industry is, without a doubt, Sprint's recently announced plans to deploy a WiMAX 4G network in the U.S.