Sprint Says LTE Decision Coming in 4-6 Months
Speaking at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Sprint executives said that it will evaluate how its customers migrate from CDMA to WiMax over the next four to six months. It will then analyze that data and decide whether or not to stay with WiMax or switch to Long Term Evolution. It will also take into consideration how best to use its spectrum assets for 4G services.
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Translation: We are switching to LTE
Please go LTE
I think they should have jumped on LTE much sooner. Now, they'll have to transition current 4G customers over to a new standard, wh...
Might be bad news for Clear!
If they are stopping selling their service on their own and Sprint drops them, their future doesn't look too good!
Clear would be Sprint's LTE provider.
Clear is already preparing to be...
Aha, I knew it
Long live Sprint!