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FCC may cap early termination fees

According to the Associated Press, the FCC is quietly negotiating with wireless carriers to reduce termination fees that carriers charge customers when they cancel their contracts. Many carriers

Latest customer satisfaction survey ranks Sprint at all-time low

Amid Sprint's heavy subscriber loss of 1.09 million in the first quarter, the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index

Sprint loses patent lawsuit over location-based technology

Sprint Nextel can't seem to get any breaks lately. The company lost a patent lawsuit filed by Enovsys LLC over location-based technology. A Los Angeles jury awarded the company damages in the

AT&T customers will get BlackBerry Bold first

AT&T customers will be able to get their hands on the BlackBerry Bold, also known as the BlackBerry 9000, in July for $300. Other

Sprint: WiMAX ready in Baltimore, Washington D.C.

Sprint Nextel and Samsung Electronics announced that WiMAX services in Washington D.C. and Baltimore have completed the testing phase successfully and are now ready to launch commercially. The

Sprint: WiMAX now ready in DC, Baltimore

Sprint Nextel and Samsung Electronics announced that WiMAX services in Washington D.C. and Baltimore have completed the testing phase successfully and are now ready to launch commercially. The

Carrier Metrics- ARPU, Subs, and Churn for Alltel, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T

Check out the latest ARPU, Net Subscribers, and Churn data for the Alltel, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon.

Clearwire's losses nearly double, but do the numbers matter?

Clearwire posted a first quarter loss that was nearly double its year-ago loss because of increasing network buildout costs. The $176.4 million loss is close to twice last year's $92.6 million

ALSO NOTED: Ericsson to spend $25M on R&D; iPass partners with Aircell for in-flight WiFi; and much more...

> Ericsson announced it would increase investments in research and development and spend some $25 billion during the next five years on new technologies and software.

QUICKLINKS: Forecast: 550M GPS handsets to ship in 2012; Sprint expands partnership with Google;

> Forecast: 550M GPS handsets to ship in 2012. > Sprint expands partnership with