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Leap's lowered outlook gooses Wall Street

Leap Wireless posted a widening net loss amid growing revenues, but the carrier's lowered outlook for the rest of the year--which it blamed on "challenges in the competitive environment," among other

Sprint promises to go green with new initiatives

Sprint Nextel announced a series of initiatives designed to promote its eco-friendliness. As part of that plan, the company will launch a new phone from Samsung, the Reclaim, which is made from

Pictures: Samsung Reclaim for Sprint

Samsung and Sprint Nextel announced the Reclaim--$50 with a two-year contract--which the companies said "is a feature-rich messaging phone that offers environmentally conscious customers a perfect

AT&T pays Sprint $59M in spectrum swap

AT&T Mobility will pay Sprint Nextel $59 million for spectrum in parts of Colorado, Oklahoma, Florida and elsewhere. The spectrum exchange between the two Tier 1 carriers was recently approved by

Video: Check out this Sprint mobile WiMAX speed test

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Sprint had higher device subsidy costs in Q2

Sprint Nextel reported higher device subsidy payments as a percentage of revenue from device sales in the second quarter, according to the company's 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange

Android invasion: How much of it is hype?

Google just announced it wants to make its Android mobile operating system more accessible and functional for enterprise users. And that news comes just days after San Francisco-based startup Touch

Sprint-Virgin: More wireless M&A to come?

Sprint Nextel has a new approach to reversing subscriber losses: If you can't keep customers, buy them. On July 28, Sprint Nextel said it was acquiring Virgin Mobile USA for $483 million in equity, including its existing 13.1% stake in Virgin. Sprint will also assume more than $200 million in debt.

Is prepaid a light at the end of Sprint's tunnel?

Sprint Nextel does not have a good track record when it comes to acquisitions. The company last year was forced to write down virtually the whole value-- $31 billion--of its blockbuster 2005

Sprint's wireline revenue declines 11 percent

With so much of the telecom industry's attention focused on the financial performance of Sprint's wireless networks, it's easy to wonder if anyone remembers that its wireline revenues are also