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Rumor Mill: Verizon to cut rate plans prices

Verizon Wireless will simplify and drop the price of its rate plans, and will slash the price of its individual unlimited plans, according to the Boy Genius Report blog. The blog, which cited what it

Clearwire CEO hints at WiMAX Android smartphone

Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow reiterated his company's commitment to launching a dual-mode 3G/WiMAX smartphone in the second half of the year, and hinted that it may run Google's Android platform. The

Cox ad campaign teases March wireless launch

Cox Communications yesterday unveiled its teaser ad campaign for its wireless offering under the tagline "Unbelievably fair," giving the market a hint of its strategy even as it stayed mum on pricing

Research: 802.11n will be in majority of smartphones by 2014

A new report from ABI Research says that 87 percent of WiFi-enabled smartphones will include the latest 802.11n standard by 2014. However, the data boost associated with the 802.11n standard won't be

Sprint drops price of mobile WiMAX by another $10

Sprint Nextel reduced the monthly price of its CDMA/mobile WiMAX service by another $10, down to $59.99, a Sprint spokeswoman confirmed. The price cut is the second $10 cut in less than five months;

Will cable's wireless gamble pay off?

All eyes will be on the cable operators to see whether their wireless offerings take flight in 2010. Several of the major cable companies have wireless efforts in progress. Cox Communications is

Sprint expands open location platform

Sprint announced it will expand its open location platform by adding TechnoCom Corporation to its open service enabler program, promising developers more avenues to create location-based solutions

Analyst: CDMA Boost Unlimited plan won't do much for Sprint

Boost Mobile's decision to open up its $50 per month unlimited plan to Sprint Nextel's CDMA network will not broaden the market as much as Sprint would like, according to an analyst. Additionally,

Clearwire looking at multiple new wholesale partners

Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow said the company is actively pursuing additional wholesale partners to use its mobile WiMAX network, and said companies such as T-Mobile USA, Leap Wireless and MetroPCS

Boost Mobile offering $50 unlimited plan on CDMA network

Boost Mobile, part of Sprint Nextel's prepaid unit, said beginning next week its $50 monthly unlimited plan will be available on Sprint's national CDMA network. Boost previously offered its unlimited