Sprint may have lost $1.6 billion in the fourth quarter, but things are looking up, if only briefly. CNBC is reporting that Sprint has the exclusive rights to the Pre in the US for all of 2009. No comment on exclusivity after 2009, though. So, despite the GSM Pre that was spotted at MWC, we won’t be seeing one Stateside this year.
Will you be switching to Sprint, staying with Sprint or hitting up friends in Europe for a GSM version?
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