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FCC fines Amp'd, Sprint, Cricket, AT&T

Yesterday the FCC fined five wireless carriers a total of $132,000 for not addressing complaints submitted to the FCC by consumers. AT&T failed to respond to 24 complaints and the FCC charges a

Sprint launches push-to-x

Sprint has added features to its Nextel network-powered push-to-talk service with push-to-x applications like NextMail and Direct Send. Sprint Nextel PTT subscribers will be able to send voice

Report: Sprint to undercut competitors

Amid the fallout from Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile USA offering similar $99.99-a-month unlimited calling plans, rumors of a $60-a-month unlimited calling plan from Sprint Nextel are

Publisher's Note: Our 4G seminar at CTIA Wireless

Publisher's Note: Our 4G seminar at CTIA Wireless I am pleased to announce a new FierceWireless event, The Path to 4G @ CTIA Wireless. Conceived

AT&T, T-Mobile match VZW on flat rate, sort of

AT&T and T-Mobile USA have joined Verizon Wireless by kicking the bucket. Hours after Verizon Wireless made its move to offer a flat rate voice plan, subscribers to AT&T and T-Mobile USA

Rumor: Intel to facilitate Sprint/Clearwire deal

Rumors are circulating again that Sprint Nextel will spin off its Xohm WiMAX broadband unit and form a joint venture with Clearwire. The Street.com is reporting the deal between the two firms will

Handset round-up: Sprint Ace, AT&T Centro

Sprint added another world roaming phone to its lineup: the Samsung Ace. The dual-mode CDMA/GSM smartphone is a BlackJack doppleganger that runs on

Rumor Mill: Intel investing $2B in Sprint/Clearwire

Rumors are circulating once again that Sprint Nextel will spin off its Xohm WiMAX broadband unit and form a joint venture with Clearwire. The Street.com is reporting that the deal between the two

Will Valentine's Day themed phones boost handset sales?

Carriers AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and Alltel have lall aunched red and pink phones for Valentine's Day. Verizon Wireless originally didn't market for V-Day, but now it seems they are on the

Vodafone CEO: WiMAX can be a part of LTE

Vodafone Group CEO Arun Sarin argued that WiMAX could find a place within the LTE standard during the opening keynote at the GSMA's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Interestingly, last year Sarin