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Former AT&T exec to run Sprint's CDMA business

Sprint Nextel named former AT&T Mobility executive Robert Johnson as the president of its CDMA business. Johnson replaces John Garcia, who resigned from the position in November. Sprint said

Verizon Wireless offers relief on data caps

Verizon Wireless will begin selling a device from Novatel Wireless that allows mobile users to connect multiple devices to a 3G connection. Called the MiFi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot, the device

Ericsson's CEO on outsourcing rumors, sustainability and LTE

with Ericsson's Carl-Henric Svanberg Ericsson has been at the center of a number of notable events in the U.S. wireless industry in recent months. The company was selected by Verizon Wireless for

Boost Mobile: 50 more stores coming by year-end

Boost Mobile is planning on expanding its retail presence by adding 50 more exclusive stores by the end of the year in anticipation of what the company sees as the growing popularity of its prepaid

Analyst warns of prepaid price wars

The success of Boost Mobile's $50 unlimited voice, data and walkie-talkie service has reignited fears of a wireless price war. Boost brought Sprint Nextel 674,000 new prepaid subscriptions in the

Bell Mobility to launch Palm Pre in Canada in second half of 2009

Bell Mobility will launch the Palm Pre on its network in the second half of the year. The CDMA operator will be the first wireless carrier in Canada--after Sprint Nextel's launch of the device in the

Report: Palm's mini-Pre is code-named 'Pixie'

More reports are circulating about Palm's follow-up device to the Pre. eWeek is reporting that the second new Palm wireless device is code-named "Pixie" and will be a smaller, candy-bar phone geared

Sprint in 'final negotiations' on Ericsson outsourcing

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sprint is in "final negotiations" to outsource the management of its cellular network to Ericsson and will transfer 5,000 to 7,000 U.S. employees to the

Sprint CEO: We fixed Boost's texting problem

During today's earnings call with investors, Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse said the company has fixed Boost's previously reported texting issues by adding capacity to the texting platform. "We did have

Sprint boasts about Boost while postpaid net adds plummet

Sprint Nextel continues to struggle with subscriber losses but had some positive results in terms of cash flow and debt reduction. The company this morning reported consolidated net operating