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AT&T CEO: 3G coverage on par with CDMA rivals

AT&T Mobility President and CEO Ralph de la Vega declared that the operator is finally on equal footing with its CDMA competitors Verizon Wireless and Sprint when it comes to 3G coverage and data

Sprint soft launches WiMAX in three markets

Sprint has soft launched its WiMAX network this week in Chicago and Baltimore-Washington D.C. as

AT&T settles Missouri suit over utility taxes

AT&T Mobility agreed to pay up to $76 million in back taxes and legal fees to put an end to a six-year-old cell phone tax lawsuit in Missouri. Verizon Wireless settled an identical suit against

Smith Micro buys PCTEL's mobile group

Smith Micro Software has acquired PCTEL's mobile division for $59.7 million. The group offers software that lets users roam between various networks: 3G, WiFi, WiMAX and VoIP. The acquisition brings

Sprint still plugging along with WiMAX

2007 saw WiMAX in the spotlight for the majority of the year until November, when Verizon Wireless announced its intention to move to Long Term Evolution (LTE) as its 4G strategy. This happened amid

Sprint considering separate company for WiMAX biz

Sprint Nextel is evaluating the possibility of divesting its WiMAX business as a separate investor-funded company, acting CEO and CFO Paul Saleh said at a USB investor conference this week. He

700 MHz bidders file intentions

The applications for potential bidders in the upcoming 700 MHz auction this January came to pass on Monday, and at least two bidders announced their intent before applying:

Taiwanese WiMAX makers worry about Sprint

Taiwanese WiMAX equipment makers are nervous about a potential spin off of Sprint Nextel's WiMAX business, according to a DigiTimes article coming out of Taiwan. Citing unnamed sources, the

Sprint to investors: Focus is on retention

During the UBS 35th Annual Global Media and Communications Conference in New York yesterday, Paul Saleh, acting CEO and CFO of Sprint Nextel told investors that the company would be focusing its

Cox, Google to bid; Time Warner, Comcast won't

The applications for potential bidders in the upcoming 700 MHz auction this January came to pass at 6 p.m. EST yesterday and at least two bidders announced their intent before applying: