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Two Of Sprint's Cable Partners Ready To Launch Cell Service

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Nov 14, 2006, 1:30 PM   by (staff)

Comcast and Time Warner Cable will begin to offer cellular service through Sprint later this month. Initially each cable operator will offer bundles that include wireless service in two test markets - Comcast in Boston and Portland, OR and Time Warner in Austin and Raleigh, NC. The cable companies will offer Sprint service on Sprint phones, but will offer additional features such as integration with home email or voicemail provided the subscriber gets internet or phone service through the cable company. Cable subscribers can sign up for cellular service through their cable company as long as they receive at least one other service other than cable TV through their cable. Cox and Advance/Newhouse, Sprints other two cable partners, have yet to announce any plans to roll out wireless service.

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Nov 14, 2006, 2:05 PM

Great for Sprint

They are leading the industry with data speeds and unique services, and verizon continues offer vcast for 15 bucks with no content Rolling Eyes
Very true. Now if only Sprint can get those 3+million gross ads to actually sign up. Perhaps this and the dual mode devices are going to help do that.
They are leading with data speeds.. until Verizon surpasses them.
They certainly dont offer anything else unique.

You have to pay extra for mobile-to-mobile calling?? Yeah.. that's unique allright.

Nov 15, 2006, 1:55 PM


Evil or Very Mad Rolling Eyes

My cell phone company can beat up your cell phone company. This is like the battle in the middle east. There will never be resolution...

Oh no, I think I may have just started another off-topic thread?? Surprised
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