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Sprint's marketing dollars aren't delivering

Although Sprint seems to be experiencing some success from its recent launch of the Samsung Instinct, the firm's increased investment in marketing doesn't seem to be paying off. Sprint increased its

2008 Wireless Predictions: Mid-year checkup

As we approach the 4th of July holiday weekend, I decided perhaps it was a good time to reflect on the first six months of 2008 and, more specificallly, on how FierceWireless is faring with its

Sprint's Airave to launch nationwide?

Engadget is reporting that Sprint's Airave femtocell will be available nationwide July 15 for $99 plus a monthly rate plan. Sprint first launched the service last September in Denver and

In telco amnesty battle, money did the talking

A vote in favor of telco amnesty for those companies that aided and abetted the government in its wireless wiretapping program was worth more than a vote against, it appears. Dems who switched their

Jackson Hole, Wyo. gets first certified mobile WiMAX network

Jackson Hole, Wyo., is the first city in the U.S. to get a certified mobile WiMAX 2.5 GHz network. DigitalBridge Communications (DBC) officially launched service today in the popular resort area

Video: Sprint says Sell Out with the Samsung Instinct

See this video put out by Sprint about their contest to 'Sell Out' for the Samsung Instinct.

Sprint on an upswing?

Competitors are starting to notice an upswing in Sprint's business. The Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon President Denny Strigl told investors that Sprint's performance has improved over the

Sprint says Instinct is breaking sales records

Sprint says demand is high for its new Samsung Instinct touchscreen EVDO device. The phone, which first became available to Sprint customers June 19 and available to all customers on June 20, is

Clearwire looking for partnership deals in Europe

Clearwire CEO Ben Wolff said the company is in discussions with European companies to create partnerships similar to Clearwire's deal in the U.S. to help it build out mobile WiMAX across Europe,

Virgin goes unlimited for $80 per month

Unlimited monthly rate plans are all the rage and now the monthly price is creeping lower. Starting July 1 Virgin Mobile USA will have an unlimited plan for $80 per month with no annual contract.