Sprint has finally completed its acquisition of wireless high speed provider Clearwire, which will help give Sprint customers faster data speeds and more bandwidth.
The Sprint-Softbank deal is officially a go, at least as far as Sprint’s shareholders are concerned.
Dish Network said today that it would not make a new offer to buy Sprint Nextel, in time for the Tuesday deadline. Instead, Dish will focus on its attentions on wireless provider Clearwire. This is the latest event in the never-ending Sprint-Dish-Clearwire-SoftBank saga that is more dramatic than a soap opera.
“This is a full-on replacement for the carrier,” FreedomPop’s CEO said.
The battle for wireless spectrum in the U.S. is getting more complicated by the day.
It’s a takeover that would satisfy the satellite TV company’s wireless ambitions, while also squashing takeover efforts by Japan’s Softbank.
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Clearwire’s fate is beginning to resemble a daytime soap opera.
It’s a good day for wireless service provider Clearwire, which currently has two lucrative offers that could make its shareholders very happy.
How bad is the spectrum crunch? Bad enough that wireless service provider rivals will make billion-dollar, last minute bids to obtain more of it.
Sprint won’t have to fret about spectrum for 4G LTE after this.
Sprint’s slightly tumultuous relationship with Clearwire may finally lead to a marriage.
Sprint has purchased majority interest in wireless broadband company Clearwire from one of its largest shareholders, the company said today.
Editor’s Pick FreedomPop has built up quite a bit of hype over the past few months for its proposed freemium 4G service — starting today, we’ll finally get to see if it can live up to its many promises.
In yet another step away from bankruptcy, wholesale wireless provider Clearwire announced yesterday that it plans to raise $595 million via two sales of common stock.
Sprint has agreed to pay $1.6 billion to struggling wholesale wireless provider Clearwire over the next four years, the companies announced today.
Sprint has entered discussions with cable companies about an investment deal that could result in the carrier acquiring wireless network partner Clearwire, reports Bloomberg.