Sprint/Nextel

  • WiMax Versus Municipal Wireless

    WiMax Versus Municipal Wireless

    There’s a pretty good article written by Glenn Fleishman over on Wi-Fi Networking News about the benefits of municipal wireless versus WiMax. I happen to live in a city that offers solar-powered wireless access to its residents and when this service (known as ParkWiFi) was originally announced about a year ago, I assumed I’d be able to redistribute the $50 per month I was paying… Read More

  • CrunchDeal: Sprint Employee Referral Plan Open to All

    CrunchDeal: Sprint Employee Referral Plan Open to All

    Those of you who are looking to ditch your current wireless provider would be hard pressed to find a better deal around than the Sprint Employee Referral Offer (SERO). The basic gist of the program is that if you’re a friend or family member of a Sprint employee, you can get a big fat discount on a new phone and line of service. All you need is the e-mail address of a Sprint employee and… Read More

  • Moto-i880-Ready-to-Rola

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/Nextel (the Nextel side, see) via Boost (most likely), this larger-than-average handset features MP3 playback with stereo speakers, Bluetooth, a 2.0MP camera, MicroSD, dual color displays, PTT, GPS and WiDEN for fast, fast mobile data. Though this phone hasn't been announced officially, it's been listed as passed via… Read More