Sprint Nextel Likely To Partner With Cable Companies
Oct 24, 2005, 1:20 PM by (staff)
Reports today indicate that Sprint Nextel is close to completing a deal to be the wireless partner for the US's three largest cable companies. Comcast, Time Warner and Cox are all considering selling Sprint service as part of their "triple play" bundles of TV, internet and phone service. Cable companies can offer home phone service using VOIP technology like Vonage, however offering cellular phone could be complementary or even preferable to VOIP service. If these deals are signed, they could yield a large increase in the number of Sprint Nextel subscribers, especially if the companies offer discounts to users signing up for bundles.
God****it, having Nextel and Brighthouse Networks there still will be no way to integrate them into one bill!!! With this whole spin-off of Sprint from Sprint-Nextel I can't add it on to my landline bill either... Not t
Consumers are smart enough to know that the company is clumping random products together. Qwest does this already, and everyone knows they do not operate a satellite system or a cellular system anymore.
Also known as an internet phone, allows you to use your internet provider as a phone line. Obviously, it only really makes sense for cable modems.
If you have Vonage, which is what RS carries, you have VoIP. There is a c...