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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.

Android launch delayed until 4Q

It seems as if Google is learning a hard lesson about wireless--the cell phone industry is very complex and difficult to negotiate. The WSJ reports that the firm's Android software suite will likely

Sprint to offer business email access on non-PDA phones

Sprint announced plans to offer business email access on non-PDA phones. As an extension of the Sprint Mobile Email application, the new Sprint Mobile Email Work feature will enable customers to

Sprint drops price of new Instinct

Sprint is debuting its iPhone-killer smartphone, the new Samsung Instinct, at a cheaper price than previously announced to counteract AT&T's plan to subsidize the 3G version of the iPhone.

Sprint: Baltimore gets commercial WiMAX in Sept.

Speaking at the WiMAX Forum Global Congress in Amsterdam, Sprint Nextel CTO and president of the company's Xohm WiMAX business, said its first commercial WiMAX service will go live in September in

Sprint retools family plans

Sprint is revamping its family plans to make them more cost-effective. The plans, which will debut June 15, include a voice-only option for families, called Talk Share, that offers 700 minutes for

Sprint adds 4 new PTT phones

Sprint Nextel will launch four new Direct Connect phones in about 47 markets on June 15. The phones will be powered by Qualcomm's QChat next-generation push-to-talk technology that uses Sprint's

Clearwire expects 30 million subs by 2017

Clearwire executives told investors this morning that the "new" Clearwire will have 30 million customers and will generate $17.5 billion in annual revenue by 2017. Scott Richardson, Clearwire chief

Motorola will release 700 MHz LTE products in 2009

Motorola is gearing up for an onslaught of demand for LTE equipment in the 700 MHz band and the 2.6 GHz band. The company says that the first commercial release of products for these new spectrum