Time Warner cable still interested in wireless

Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt said his company is still interested in entering the US wireless market. Time Warner Cable is considering a number of options, including reselling service from an established carrier like Sprint through an MVNO. Britt also said Time Warner Cable could make an investment in a wireless company, either alone or as part of a consortium of cable companies. While Sprint remains at the top of many cable industry insiders list of potential partners, many insiders expect Time Warner and other cable companies to form a consortium and acquire T-Mobile USA. T-Mobile USA's parent, Deutsche Telekom, has repeatedly said it has no interest in selling its US operations, though rumors suggest that the global carrier might be changing its mind.

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