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4 New Reasons To Buy Sprint Now
Investors may be getting a little worried about Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S), as the company has not been doing so well recently.
Sprint brings back employees, cites changing business model  Bizjournals.com
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The Thing About Sprint (S)
This company had almost been declared wretched by the industry not long ago: Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S).
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Is Sprint's iPhone Commitment Now A Slam Dunk?
Under these assumptions, we can see that Sprint is trending along nicely, relative to the company's estimated volume commitments.
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Sprint May Help Apple More Than Itself
Most of the run has seemed to come after the company announced that one of its prepaid brands, Virgin Mobile, will offer the iPhone to customers towards the end of this month.
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Sprint Nextel: This Telecom Not Worth Its $2 Price Tag
And strikingly, the survey noted Sprint is the lone corporation among all 47 industries contained in the survey that had its customer satisfaction go from last to first from 2008-2012.
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Clearwire's Future Is Not So Clear
In regards to Sprint, I do not think it is a likely buyer since the company was spun-off from Sprint in 2007.
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Sprint's Virgin Mobile Prepaid iPhone Service Is Exactly What It Needs To ...
Now, not only might Sprint stop losing customers, but it could start gaining customers from its larger competitors, as price-conscious iPhone consumers opt to discontinue higher priced and longer term relationships with a carrier and/or model of phone.
Virgin Mobile iPhone Starting at $30 per Month  Gamenguide
Get an iPhone Cheaper Than Ever With Virgin Mobile and Cricket's New Plans  JustLuxe.com
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Sprint Corp.'s $1 Billion Equipment Credit/Network Vision Affects Cell Tower ...
Sprint Nextel Corporation's $1 billion credit towards the purchase of Ericsson equipment directly impacts property owners leasing their land for the placement of cell towers.
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Sprint hires Black & Veatch unit to help Nextel shutdown
Sprint announced Tuesday that it had signed an agreement for an undisclosed amount with a construction arm of Overland Park-based Black & Veatch - Overland Contracting Inc. - to deactivate the Nextel network. Overland Contracting and several other ...
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Sprint Cleared for 1900 MHz CDMA on U.S.-Mexico Border
That changed after the FCC signed two agreements on Friday with Mexico to share spectrum in the 800 MHz and 1900 MHz bands along the countries' border.
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