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Sprint takes femtocells wholesale

Sprint, which was the most aggressive early supporter of mobile virtual network operators and wireless resale among the major wireless companies, announced that its wholesale group will offer

WSJ: Sprint, Level 3 discussing long-haul JV

Days after Qwest Communications confirmed that it would not sell its long-distance network at this time, Level 3 Communications, a long-time M&A driver that was considered among the candidates to

What kind of niche will pay-as-you-go mobile broadband fill?

Prepaid provider Virgin Mobile has created a new dynamic in the mobile broadband industry by offering a true pay-as-you-go service called Broadband2Go that uses Sprint's EVDO Rev. A network. (See the

Virgin Mobile USA to roll out pay-as-you-go mobile broadband

Virgin Mobile USA launched a pay-as-you-go mobile broadband service called Broadband2Go that uses Sprint Nextel's EVDO Rev. A network. The service, slated for roll out in late June, will use

Carriers get unexpected ally for national broadband plan

A coalition of civil rights and minority groups has joined Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile USA and other wireless players in asking federal regulators to make wireless Internet be a key component of a new

Sprint breaks sales records, looks to keep Pre momentum going

Following the release of the new iPhone, Sprint Nextel now must work to maintain the momentum behind its Palm Pre. The carrier said that its Saturday launch of the Pre broke company sales records for

Sprint introduces new broadband plan for businesses

Sprint Nextel launched a new mobile broadband plan for business users, offering 500 MB of data per month for $40. The carrier is touting the plan, called Connection Plan for Corporate Liable

Palm Pre goes on sale amid lines, tight supply

A number of stores sold out of the much-hyped Palm Pre amid tight supply, according to reports. Customers across the country lined up during the launch weekend to get the phone, which Palm believes

Do AT&T rivals need an iPhone killer anymore?

Another smartphone dubbed an iPhone killer launched this weekend. This time it's Sprint Nextel's Palm Pre, and by some accounts it is the strongest rival to the iPhone to date. Sprint is smartly

Updated: Lines across the country for Sprint Pre launch

NEW YORK CITY--Sprint Nextel customers braved a steady rain here to get the Palm Pre at a launch event for longtime customers, held a day before the device officially goes on sale. At 6 p.m., when