Leading wireless service provider AT&T reportedly sold 6.4 million units of smartphone in the third quarter and is on pace of breaking its projected sales by the end of the year, the company announced this week. AT&T’s mobility arm CEO Ralph De La Vega said the carrier is experiencing a solid year in business as
Sprint recently released their first quarter earnings of 2013. The 3rd largest carrier in US managed to narrow down their losses as compared to their previous year’s figure and managed to improve their revenues to $8.8 billion. The company is having a bad phase right now and its plan to leave Nextel may somewhat
Call service provider Sprint recently announced its plan to impose an additional $10 charge against Nextel iDEN customers in January in an attempt to encourage customers to upgrade their phones to CDMA push-to-talk service. Sprint, the third largest long distance provider by subscribers, is apparently luring its subscribers to switch to CMDA before they shut
Sprint launched a dedicated page on its website for Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE, its first ever LTE-enabled phone, on Thursday, July 26th. This is the carrier’s latest foray into the ever-growing smartphone market and its entry into 4G LTE category. Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE comes with PC-like full QWERTY keyboard, 4.3-inch display panel
When Sprint merged with Nextel in December of 2004 they inherited Nextel’s sponsorship of Nascar’s championship stock car series the Nextel Cup. Nextel had just entered into that Sponsorship at the beginning of the 2004 season in February. The original contract between Nextel and Nascar was a 10 year contract that would end in 2013.