Sprint Wants To Revive Nextel As A Business Brand, Merge Boost + Virgin Mobile Into ‘Sprint Freedom’

It was only <a target="_blank" href="">six months ago</a> that Sprint decommissioned and shut

Voxer Transforms Into A Walkie-Talkie Service For The Business World

<a target="_blank" href="">Voxer </a>is making its entrance into the business world with a set of new high-end features for its walkie-talkie style, push-to-talk service. Voxer Pro

Sprint announces the Motorola i1's launch details

<img src="" />Sprint has announced that the <a href="//">Motorola i1</a> will be availab

Sprint suddenly gets all Captain Planet on us with green movement

<img src="" />Being eco-friendly should definitely be high on the priorities list for electronics manufacturers and service pro

Sprint applies pressure, but still bled quite a bit in fourth quarter

<img src="" /> Over the past few years, Sprint has definitely given itself a facelift and now has excellent pricing plans

Sprint Nextel drops Motorola Brute on unsuspecting public

<img src="" />Oh Nextel. The insults continue. First, your service continues to hemorrhage users, and now you get subjected to ph

Review: Motorola Stature i9

<img src="" />Nextel phones are notoriously ugly. The company has never worried much about the appearance of their phones, since they w

Review: Blackberry Curve 8350i

<img src="" />Nextel users usually have terrible phones. We don't get the cool phones like the G1 or the iPhone. Instead, we get mostly Mo

The BlackBerry 8350i officially official from Sprint

There really hasn’t been a big cloud of secrecy surround the BlackBerry 8350i, but the iDEN-packing BlackBerry is finally official. For peeps still holding onto the iDEN PTT network, this is

Sprint changes mind, decides to hold onto Nextel iDEN

I’d imagine things are a bit awkward at the Sprint/Nextel camp today. After spending the last few months fielding offers for Nextel, Sprint has announced that they’ve decided to hang on to

Review: Motorola Renegade V950 (Sprint)

[youtube=] Quick Version: The Motorola Renegade V950 is a good choice for people who want a rugged phone with excellent call quality and

Sprint finds potential buyers for Nextel

As Nextel continues to hemorrhage customers, Sprint is still trying to push it (and the accumulated debts) on someone else. According to the WSJ, they’ve received a handful of inquiries as of la

Sprint unleashes fall phone lineup

It’s that time of year again. New phones! Let’s see, Sprint has unveiled seven new phones and we have already covered the exciting HTC Touch Diamond and Touch pro this morning, leaving u

Sprint Nextel price slashes tethering plans.. sort of.

(Sort of) Good news, everyone! Sprint has decided to cut prices on their phone-as-modem tethering plans, taking it from $50 dollars per month down to $15. Of course, there’s a bit of a catch. Wi

RIM releasing iDEN BlackBerry Curve

Photoshopped Curve. It’s unclear whether or not Sprint is still looking to rid itself of failing acquisition Nextel, but RIM is set to unleash an iDEN BlackBerry Curve newly dubbed the 8350. Oth

Government exempt from early termination fees

Apparently the US government is above paying early termination fees. I’m not going to sit here flailing my arms around and pounding my fists on my desk, because I’m sure that every single governme

Sprint looking to rid itself of Nextel, DT waiting in the wings

Oh boy. As if Sprint didn’t have enough on its plate. The WSJ is reporting that Sprint is looking to spin off or sell Nextel, which is a clear-cut sign that their $35 billion acquisition is a bona f

Rumors Gone Wild: Is Sprint looking to spin-off Nextel or is T-Mobile looking to buy Sprint? Or both?

According to the “anonymous Wall Street professional” who writes Seeking Alpha’s Notable Calls blog, a rumor started late yesterday that Sprint “has hired Morgan Stanley and in

Motorola i570 Nextel phone released today

Nextel, Sprint’s homely-yet-dependable half-brother, has decided that it’s time to party like it’s 1999 with the Motorola i570. It’s got Direct Connect, Group Connect, Direct T

Sprint reportedly turns down $5 billion from investors

The New York Times is reporting that Sprint has said thanks but no thanks to an offer from Providence Equity Partners and South Korea’s SK Telecom which would, in effect, replace Sprint’s
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