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Rhapsody Reals In Sprint

RealNetworks’ Rhapsody music service will be offered to Sprint’s Vision customers as a monthly add-on feature.

Sprint Tackles Exclusive NFL Deal

The wireless carrier has disclosed an agreement that makes it the official telecom sponsor for the National Football League.

NYC Sues Sprint, Nextel, T-Mobile Over Ads

“You can’t promise a great deal in the headline and hide the true costs in the fine print,” said DCA Acting Commissioner Jonathan Mintz in a statement.

Sprint, Verizon, To Become EA Dealers

The wireless service providers will compete with Jamdat and sell games from Electronic Arts to their users.

Sprint and Nextel Get Merger Approval From Shareholders

Shareholders of both Nextel and Sprint have voted to approve the merge or equals between Sprint Corp. and Nextel Communications, which was announced back in December.

Sprint To Spend $1.3 Billion On US Unwired

Sprint announced today that it plans to acquire US Unwired for approximately $1.3 billion in an agreement that has been approved by both companies’ boards of directors.

Sprint Takes On US Unwired Shares As Well as Debt

Sprint is acquiring US Unwired for nearly $1.3 billion. The agreement has been approved by the boards of directors for both companies.

Sprint To Get Unwired

The boards of directors of Sprint and US Unwired have approved an agreement in which Sprint will acquire US Unwired for about $1.3 billion.

Sprint, T-Mobile Picture MMS Interoperability

The two wireless service providers will now allow their subscribers to share picture and video messages.

Sprint Goes Next Generation With Wireless

The mobile services provider now has begun rolling out 3G high-speed wireless Internet access services.

Nextel Partners Blocking Sprint, Nextel Merger

The company says it doesn’t want to stop the planned merger, but has sued over a branding dispute.

Sprint, Motorola, Testing WiMax Technology

Wireless broadband takes a small step forward as Spring begins to expand on WiMax work it has done with Intel.

Yahoo Mail On Sprint Mobile Devices

Sprint customers can now get enhanced access to Yahoo Mail on their mobile devices. The two companies announced the launch of the first downloadable Yahoo Mail client application made for this purpose.

Yahoo, Sprint, Team On Wireless Push E-mail

A partnership with a privately held company will cost $2.99 per month and give users Yahoo Mail for Mobile.

2 Megapixels of Phone Fun From Samsung and Sprint

Sprint and Samsung announced a new breakthrough for the camera/phone market today so now when Little Richard shows up at your local bowling alley and complains about the attire, you can get the image in 2 megapixels of detail and hand 4″x6″s to your friends.

Intel, Sprint, Join On WiMAX

The chipmaker and the telecom company want to offer hardware and services for the proposed wireless broadband standard.

Global Signal Leases Sprint Towers

Sprint has reached a definitive agreement with Global Signal under which Global Signal will have exclusive rights to lease or operate more than 6,600 communications towers from Sprint for 32 years.

Sprint Expects Wireless Revenue Increase

Sprint expects its wireless revenue to go up quite a bit while its local and long-distance services decrease.

Verizon Becoming A Player In Nextel/Sprint Merger

The potential merger between mobile phone companies Sprint and Nextel may have just hit a bump in the road.

Nextel And Sprint Considering Merger

Mobile service providers Sprint and Nextel are discussing a potential merger of the two companies. A joining of the two would increase each company’s customer base and market value.

Apple’s Xserve G5 QuickTime Certified for Sprint’s PCS Vision Multimedia Services

Sprint and Apple today announced that Apple’s Xserve G5 and QuickTime software have been certified as mobile multimedia delivery platforms for Sprint’s new PCS Vision Multimedia Services.