Sprint Says Windows Phone 'Coming Soon'
Jan 6, 2013, 4:49 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Jan 6, 2013, 5:05 PM
Sprint recently indicated via its support web site that Windows Phone 8 devices are coming soon. Sprint had previously taken a non-committal stance toward Windows Phone. Sprint didn't provide any more details about the devices or the timing of the launch.
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About damn time..
WiMAX was "coming soon" to new markets. 😁
T-Mobile's LTE network is "Coming soon". 🙂
Diablo 3 was "coming soon" for several years. 😳
I wouldn't put any stock in it until I see a...
To late. I changed carriers yesterday.
Fact is, they WILL have LTE, and have it unlimited. They will own more spectrum than all other carriers AND be financed by Softbank - whic...