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Affiliates Fail To Make Case Against Sprint

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Aug 5, 2006, 5:42 PM   by (staff)

A Maryland judge has ruled that Sprint affiliates Horizon and Bright have no claim against the carrier. The affiliates had alleged that Sprint had violated exclusivity clauses with them by attempting to sell iDEN service under the Sprint brand in their territories as well violated certain confidentiality clauses. Sprint is now free to re-brand Nextel stores with the Sprint logo as well as sell iDEN handsets in Radio Shack stores under the Sprint brand. An injunction was preventing Sprint from doing so while this case was being decided. Instead of fighting to retain exclusivity in sales regions, most other Sprint affiliates have allowed themselves to be acquired by the carrier after the merger with Nextel.

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Aug 5, 2006, 6:26 PM

so Horizon and Bright .....?

so Horizon and Bright have a stick up there butt about a stupid sprint logo on a nextel phone? if there are.... HELLO Horizon and Bright....they bought them along with the phones and the name..They can do whatever they want with the phone or the Nexel name...The change the name a year ago.. and there are bitching about it now. did any one bitch about Cingular bought AT&t and start putting the logo on AT&T phones?? and now there i heard there changing the name back to At&t?

I work 4 T-mobile i know that the use At&t old schools GSM. and i have sold eveything from Sprint to cingular to T-mobile to Verizon...so (ps to the mods u can move it wherever u want) what do u think has the best service in northern cailforina??
I dont really care about sprint since it doesn't concern me but this is not new. This is the result of long litigation, so they are not "just bitching now". And as for your second paragraph....

Northern California? never heard of it, is that near ...
It's not just about the logo, bro. Sprint can sell a product that directly competes with the service that H & B sells for Sprint. So they're basicly competing with the company they're working for. Something tells me when it comes time to renew the aff...
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