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Tidal Confirms Partnership With Sprint Owner Softbank For Its Artist Co-Owned Music Service

We are still light on details, but now we know a bit more about Tidal, the high-defintion music streaming service that relaunched today, including a long list of musician-shareholders in the service a

Sprint Nextel and SoftBank Agree Not To Use Huawei Equipment After Merger

Sprint Nextel and SoftBank have pledged not to use equipment from Chinese telecommunications company Huawei Technologies after they merge. Congressman Mike Rogers, a Republican state representative fr

Sprint Q4 2012 Matches, Down $.44/Share On Revenues Of $9B, Reports 2.2M iPhones Sold

Sprint Nextel, the third-ranking U.S. wireless carrier, has just announced earnings results for Q4 2012, reporting a net loss of $1.3 billion, and a negative EPS of $.44. That's compared to a net loss

Sprint Q3 2012 Misses, Down $.26/Share On Revenues Of $7.3B, Reports 1.5M iPhones Sold

Sprint, newly acquired by Japanese SoftBank for $20.1 billion earlier this month, has just announced earnings results for the third quarter, perhaps showing just how fortunate this acquisition will be

Sprint Sold 1.8 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 40 Percent To New Customers

<a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/company/sprint-nextel">Sprint Nextel</a> this morning <a href="http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20120208005706/en/Sprint-Nextel-Reports-Fourth-Quarter-Full-Year

Sprint Cuts Quarterly Losses, Bets On iPhone For Subscriber Uptick

<a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/company/sprint-nextel">Sprint Nextel</a>, the no. 3 carrier in the United States, <a href="http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20111026005722/en/Sprint-Nextel-Repo

Sprint "inadvertently overstated" launch day sales of the HTC EVO 4G

<img src="http://www.mobilecrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/HTC-EVO-1st-Prize-279x300.png" alt="HTC EVO 4G" title="Winnar!" width="279" height="300" class="alignright size-medium wp-image-33064"

Sprint: Yeah OK, We Didn't Sell That Many HTC EVO 4G Phones

<img src="http://www.mobilecrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/HTC-EVO-1st-Prize-279x300.png" alt="HTC EVO 4G" title="Winnar!" width="279" height="300" class="alignright size-medium wp-image-33064"

Sprint Nextel continues its buying spree with iPCS acquisition

According to MarketWatch, Sprint Nextel, the number three US wireless carrier, has agreed to buyout yet another of its affiliates, iPCS . Having just recently finalized a deal to acquire Virgin Mobile

Sprint and T-Mobile sitting in a (merger) tree?

Paying attention, Verizon and AT&T? You might have a new monster of a mobile company (with lots of Android offerings) to deal with if Deutsche Telekom can successfully navigate a deal to purchase

Sprint puts $483 million on the table for Virgin Mobile USA

<img src="http://www.beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/sprint-virgin-215x194.png" width="215" height="194" />In what looks to be shaping up to be another <a href="http://www.beta.techcrun

Sprint Gobbles Up Virgin Mobile For $483 million

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/sprint-virgin-215x194.png" width="215" height="194" />In what looks to be shaping up to be another <a href="http://www.beta.techcrunch.com/200

Sprint owes customers $73 mil in Calif. early termination fee ruling

Struggling Sprint Nextel suffered another defeat, as a California court ruled it would have to pay $73 million in a case challenging the carrier’s practice of charging customers a fee who want to ca

SK Telecom not intereseted in acquiring Sprint

Following up on reports that it was angling for an acquisition of Sprint Nextel, South Korean carrier SK Telecom reportedly said in a regulatory filing that, while its looking into business opportunit

Google's Android Hits Snags With Mobile Carriers

Google is finding that launching an entirely new cell phone platform is taking longer than expected. When it first announced its Android mobile operating system, Google said the first Android phones w

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

Why the WiMax Deal Is A Disaster, Part II (Or, How Craig McCaw Snookered Eric Schmidt)

The more I learn about the $3.2 billion deal announced earlier this week to salvage Clearwire’s and Sprint’s WiMax businesses by merging them together, the more I am convinced that someone

$3.2 Billion WiMax Deal Goes Through. Take Cover.

The deal to combine Sprint Nextel’s and Clearwire’s fledgling WiMax businesses that was rumored last March is finally expected to go through. Comcast and Intel are supposed to put in $1 bi

Why Cable And WiMax Shouldn't Mix

WiMax is going nowhere fast but that is not stopping a consortium of cable and tech companies from considering a plan to invest $3 billion more into a proposed bailout-through-merger of Sprint Nextel&

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
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