Sprint has named both Dish and Clearwire in a lawsuit today to prevent Dish’s potential acquisition of a large quantity of Clearwire stock. That statement seems relatively straightforward, but the details get pretty muddy.
Sprint, of course, has a vested interest in the fate of Clearwire; they are the majority shareholders, owning 50.2 percent of ... Read More »
Sprint is holding an invitation-only “strategy update” on October 7th in New York City, Engadget reports. Though we don’t know for sure what they will be announcing, we believe it’s safe to assume that the announcement will not be iPhone 5 related. Instead, it will probably focus on the future of Sprint’s next-generation mobile network.
When Sprint launched the HTC EVO 4G many customers were confused about the mandatory $10 “4G fee”, which was described as a “first-class seat on a plane.”
We had no issue with Sprint charging extra for the advanced speeds offered by their 4G WiMAX network, but the problem is that many customers ... Read More »
A report out of Reuters today confirms that T-Mobile is in talks with Clearwire to become a strategic partner that would allow them to rent wireless network space at a special wholesale rate and help fund Clearwire’s network buildout.
Clearwire runs the WiMAX network that powers Sprint 4G, but they will begin Read More »
Clearwire is currently in the middle of building out their 4G WiMAX network to 120 million people this year, but the company remains technology agnostic and could switch to the more popular 4G standard LTE (Long Term Evolution). Starting this fall, Clearwire will begin testing several LTE scenarios in Phoenix, Arizona to demonstrate the company’s ... Read More »
Not content to just titillate us with images of the new Sprint HTC EVO 4G, the partnership of Clearwire Corp. and Sprint has announced a list of new cities that will be receiving 4G service as soon as this summer. Along with the release of their new phone, it’s probably not too far off to suggest ... Read More »
Sprint will be the first carrier to offer a WiMAX handset with their upcoming HTC EVO 4G in June, but Clearwire is set to follow up with two more smartphones later this year. Samsung will provide an Android-based 3G/4G/WiFi device which is “optimized for heavy video and video communications use” and HTC will produce ... Read More »