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AT&T's Cricket takes aim at Sprint, T-Mobile and Cincinnati Bell with $100 credit

AT&T Mobility's Cricket prepaid brand is hopping into the year-end promotional frenzy by offering a $100 billing credit to customers who switch from Sprint, T-Mobile US and other carriers.

Report: BSkyB hires advisers in reaction to BT merger moves

BSkyB (Sky), apparently spooked by the recent flurry of merger speculation sparked by BT, has reportedly hired investment bank Lazard to explore possible deals that could also allow the broadcasting group to take part in consolidation of the UK telecoms market.

UK Post Office plans MVNO on EE's network

The UK's Post Office, a retailer of mail, financial and fixed line services, is planning to enter the wireless market as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) after reaching a wholesale agreement with network operator EE.

Sprint's new prepaid gambit: $20 for unlimited talk or text, exclusive to Walmart

Sprint's Virgin Mobile prepaid brand today announced it will offer low-cost talk and text plans exclusively through Walmart. The new plans, from Virgin's payLo brand, are geared toward the low end of the prepaid market.

Can Giffgaff, Wifog and other new MVNOs become the next Virgin Mobile?

What does it actually take to become a successful MVNO? Network operators, MVNOs and enablers of MVNOs likely have different answers to that question. The overwhelming message appears to be that to succeed MVNOs need to find a business model that works for all parties concerned.

BT preparing to join UK LTE fight

BT revealed plans to enter the UK's increasingly busy LTE market, with a service for business users due to launch in a matter of weeks.

Sprint slams on the brakes for top 5% of data users in congested areas

Sprint's pledge of unlimited data is looking increasingly less sustainable, as the carrier maneuvers to rein in network traffic generated by its heaviest data users and ensure quality of service for the majority of its customers.

Sprint's Boost, Virgin to throttle heavy data users to slower speeds starting in May

Sprint prepaid brands Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile will throttle the speeds of heavy data users to slower speeds starting in May, apparently the result of increased smartphone penetration and data usage in the brands.

Report: Sprint could bring back Nextel brand to lure business customers

Sprint may be bringing back the Nextel brand to lure enterprise customers back into the fold, according to a  TechCrunch  report. The report, which cited an unnamed source familiar with the company's plans, also said that Sprint may merge its Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile prepaid brands into a new brand dubbed "Sprint Freedom."

BT picks EE as MVNO partner, shuns O2 and Vodafone

BT signed an agreement to use the mobile network of UK operator EE, in a move that could see the UK incumbent return to the consumer mobile market as soon as next year.