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Google's Project Fi aims to combine the best of LTE, Wi-Fi

Finally and officially, Google has unwrapped its "Project Fi" MVNO in partnership with Sprint and T-Mobile US.

Google unveils 'Project Fi' MVNO with Sprint and T-Mobile as partners

Google is officially getting into the wireless business, and unwrapped its "Project Fi" MVNO in partnership with Sprint and T-Mobile US. The service will let customers dynamically switch between the carriers' LTE networks and Wi-Fi networks, and will also give customers credits for their unused mobile data, as had been expected.

Defense Mobile, MVNO aimed at veterans, comes out of beta with Sprint, AT&T and Verizon service

Defense Mobile, an MVNO working with Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility and Sprint, is officially launching its commercial service as "of veterans, by veterans and for veterans."

Report: Google's MVNO could launch this week, will credit customers for unused data

Google's MVNO could launch this week, according to a Wall Street Journal report, and it will give customers credit for unused mobile data.

Analyst: 'Wi-Fi-first' mobile model likely won't be a big hit with U.S. cable companies

Will Comcast, Cablevision, Google and other companies take a "Wi-Fi first" approach to compete with traditional wireless carriers on a large scale across the U.S.? Probably not, according to BTIG analyst Walter Piecyk.

Republic Wireless to offer credits to customers for unused cellular data

Republic Wireless, a Wi-Fi first carrier that jumps onto Sprint's cellular network when Wi-Fi coverage isn't available, plans to launch a new offer that will give customers credits for their unused cellular data. The company argues this provides more value to customers than simply rolling over unused data to the next month.

Sprint to help provide free Wi-Fi in Kansas City

As long-term viability of video services comes into question for cable operators, optimism has been fueled by the development of the public Wi-Fi business. However, not all markets are wide open. As FierceWireless reports, Sprint is set to help power a free Wi-Fi network for downtown Kansas City, Mo., as part of a $15 million smart cities project the city has developed in collaboration with Cisco Systems.

Sprint expected to help provide free Wi-Fi network for smart city project in Kansas City

Sprint will likely be helping to power a free Wi-Fi network for downtown Kansas City, Mo., as part of a smart cities project the city has developed in collaboration with network vendor Cisco Systems. The project is expected to cost around $15 million over the next decade.

T-Mobile completes $56M purchase of PCS spectrum from nTelos

Sprint wholesale partner nTelos Wireless closed a deal to sell some of its 1900 MHz PCS spectrum to T-Mobile US for $56 million. The transaction was announced in December as part of nTelos' plan to exit from its Eastern Markets. NTelos wants to focus on markets in western Virginia and West Virginia where it has a stronger retail presence and benefits from a network deal with Sprint.

Analysts: T-Mobile likely to beat Verizon, AT&T and Sprint in handset subs in Q1

T-Mobile US is likely going to best Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility and Sprint in terms of handset subscriber additions in the first quarter, according to a new report from financial analysts at Wells Fargo. However, the other carriers likely will continue to make strides in tablets. Additionally, the analysts are looking for a more detailed outlook for the rest of the year from Sprint, especially on its capital expenditure plans.