Analysts speculate that Sprint may have to discontinue its all-you-can eat data plan to keep their data network speedy as it transitions to LTE
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Underdog carrier now offers four mobile broadband data plans from $20 to $80 per month.
Brighthand: Evidence points to Sprint releasing its ownversion of own 4G version of the Samsung Nexus S smartphone.
InformationWeek: Will WiMax boost the fortunes of Motorola's tablet PC?
Engadget: Verizon isn't, apparently, interested in performing a similar merger with Sprint either.
PC Magazine: AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile drops the big four wireless operators down to three.
CNET: This will also be the first CDMA Nexus mobile device.
Brighthand: This model is a cutting-edge Android OS smartphone with both a 3D display and a 3D camera.
Brighthand: Sprint expanding push-to-talk capabilities with Sprint Direct Connect technology.
InformationWeek: If Sprint doesn't announce new WiMax equipment at CTIA, then we've got our answer.
BGR: Bloomberg reignites rumors that Sprint is trying to takeover T-Mobile.
Brighthand: Sprint is last of the top mobile operators in the United States to let subscribers send and receive as much data as they want.
Mobile Burn: The carrier's first mobile device to run on Microsoft's latest smartphone operating system is called the HTC Arrive.
Mobile management firm Good Technology and Sprint are partnering up to provide mobile security and messaging tools for Android devices.
Mobile Burn: Android enterprise solution to include mobile device management, encryption, and security.