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BTIG sees 'red flags' in Sprint's network strategy

BTIG Research is the latest analyst firm to question Sprint's move to cut spending on its network. "We think Sprint's aggressive cut to capital investment and continuing lack of evidence on any activity to improve its network raise red flags about the company's strategy," BTIG analyst Walter Piecyk wrote.

Sprint, Kansas City kick off free Wi-Fi along streetcar route- Hotspot 2.0 coming

It's official: Downtown Kansas City is more connected than ever after the launch of its smart city initiative on Thursday.  Sprint, Cisco and Think Big Partners are partners in the effort, which eventually will include Hotspot 2.0 capabilities.

Sprint's latest deployment shows femtocells are moving outside the home

Sprint's latest small cell is actually a next-generation femtocell targeted at small and medium-sized businesses rather than the residential customers that traditionally represent the femtocell market.  

Sprint's 5G plans: No surprise to analysts

Sprint's plans to conduct 5G demos with Nokia and Ericsson during the COPA America soccer tournament next month didn't come to any surprise to analysts. After all, all the other major U.S. operators are conducting 5G tests, so why wouldn't Sprint?

Sprint gets in on 5G with two COPA America stadium trials planned

Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure revealed this week that the carrier will leverage the COPA America soccer tournament in June to demonstrate 5G capabilities with the help of Nokia and Ericsson, and it looks like those demos could be conducted in Philadelphia and Santa Clara, Calif.

T-Mobile and AT&T are killing the gap between prepaid and postpaid

Prepaid customers have long been almost an afterthought for most major U.S. network operators, who have opted instead to focus on postpaid users who often generate higher ARPU and lower churn. But as the growth of smartphone sales slows-- and as the gap between prepaid and postpaid ARPU narrows-- carriers are increasingly focused on the prepaid segment.

Sprint's lowered capex guidance- from $4.5B to $3B- concerns investors, despite $11B in liquidity

Sprint continues to improve its liquidity as it defers-- or is forced to defer-- network spending. But whether that's a winning combination is far from clear.

Sprint Prepaid loses retail shelf space in advance of Virgin relaunch

Sprint is rapidly losing prepaid customers, and its self-branded prepaid phones are disappearing from retail stores as the carrier prepares to relaunch its Virgin Mobile brand in an effort to boost sales in that market.

Sprint inks deal with CommScope for 'extensive deployment' of LTE/Wi-Fi small cells

CommScope said Sprint has committed to "an extensive deployment" of its small cells in small to medium-sized business locations. And the deal appears to signal Sprint's eagerness to expand its presence in the managed Wi-Fi market.

Sprint scores 22K postpaid phone net adds but notches $554M net loss in mixed Q1

It turns out T-Mobile US wasn't the only major U.S. wireless carrier to see positive growth in net postpaid phone customers in the latest quarter after all. Sprint said it scored 22,000 postpaid phone net additions in the quarter, marking its third consecutive quarter of positive growth.