Category Archives: Sprint
Since my last posting, it is now entirely clear that T-Mobile’s network upgrade is that company’s most important priority – and this make MetroPCS rent very, very vulnerable. T-Mobile will be able to service the former MetroPCS subscribers with their … Continue reading
Could Sprint’s “Network Vision” plan be enough to pull it out of a long-downward sprial? Read more…
Sprint customers will not have to wait until 2014 to experience LTE connectivity; the cellco’s 4G network is set to launch in Dallas, Atlanta, Houston and San Antonio and Read more….
Investors and analysts reacted with a mix of disappointment and frustration to Sprint Nextel’s (NYSE:S) 4G strategy conference Friday, sending the company’s stock down, with one analyst calling Sprint currently “un-investable.” Read more: Sprint’s stock plunges following LTE strategy conference … Continue reading
How will Sprint’s Network Vision initiative impact cell site owners? Continue reading
Can Verizon stay competitive without an acquisition? Regulators would face a serious dilemma if Verizon were to make a bid for Sprint. Continue reading
Sprint opposes the AT&T acquisitiion of T-Mobile and is concerned that this deal will stifle competition and innovation in the wireless industry, ultimately creating a “duopoly”. Continue reading
Sprint may cut 66,000 cell sites in the next 2 years. Is it time to panic? Not so fast. Here are the 5 key issues to consider when assessing your situation Continue reading
you have seen the headlines about Sprint’s plans to remove a third of its existing 66,000 cell tower sites, you might wonder: Is it time to panic?