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Report: Sprint leads on data ARPU, again

According to a recent report from IDC, during the fourth quarter of 2006 Verizon Wireless edged out its rival to lead in overall ARPU, but Sprint Nextel has regained its leadership position on the

SPOTLIGHT: VZW's CDMA/GSM hybrid"world phone" BlackBerry

Verizon Wireless looks to be first out of the gate with the new BlackBerry 8830, called the Cyclone, which is a hybrid CDMA/GSM phone designed to work in the states and overseas. The phone is much

Verizon clarifies limit on "unlimited" data plan

Verizon Wireless' terms and conditions of its "unlimited" Broadband Access data plan now clearly states that using more than 5 GB of bandwidth during the course of a month will result in service

ALSO NOTED: Mexico City mulls muni-wireless; Daily Trivia; and much more...

> Mexico City mulls muni-wireless offering for its 8.7 million residents.

HTC announces CDMA smartphones

At CTIA, HTC announced two QWERTY smartphones: the S720 is the CDMA version of the S710 Vox, and the P4000 is the CDMA version of the TyTN

VZW launches Rev. A in Missouri, Kansas

Verizon Wireless announced further expansion of its 1xEV-DO Rev. A network today: Central Missouri and Kansas-based Verizon Wireless subscribers will now be able use BroadbandAccess and V CAST.

User-generated MVNOs on Verizon Wireless

Symbian co-founder and former head of Microsoft's mobile business, Juha Christensen launched his mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) Sonopia today, which aims to enable any individual or

ALSO NOTED: VZW-Firethorn; Skyhook responds to criticism; and much more...

> Verizon Wireless and Firethorn are working on mobile banking together. Article > Wireless Channels nets $12.5 million in VC.

ALSO NOTED: Verizon-SD; LG-Google; and much more...

> Verizon Wireless and SanDisk bow a 4GB micro SD card. Release > LG

CTIA handset round-up: Helio, Sony Ericsson, LG

Here's a run down of the big handset launches at CTIA, so far: Helio's Ocean: This handset was first introduced as the "Oz Smartphone" a few months ago. The phone can slide up in