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You’ll need a Google phone to use Google’s wireless service

You’ll need a Google phone to use Google’s wireless serviceNews from Fortune: March 6, 2015, 9:03 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook … Read the full article . 3 Ways to Cut Your Wireless BillNews from Motley Fool: While T-Mobile  (NYSE: TMUS  ) and Sprint  (NYSE: S  ) have been steadily lowering the cost of their wireless plans, most Americans […]

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Google’s Wireless Service: sooner than later

Google’s Wireless Service: sooner than laterNews from SlashGear: Chris Burns While Google hasn’t said anything about a supposed WiFi and Cellular service as of yet, rumors surrounding such a move have been popping up for years. Today we’ve seen word of Google dealing with both Sprint and T-Mobile USA to create a wireless hot-spot system […]

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Alaska Communications discontinues wireless service, sells contracts to GCI

Alaska Communications discontinues wireless service, sells contracts to GCINews from KTUU.com: ANCHORAGE – Alaska Communications announced Thursday it will discontinue wireless service early next year when the sale of relevant assets and wireless subscribers to GCI is formalized. That means the 109,000 Alaskans with wireless service through the company formerly known as ACS will soon […]

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Cricket Wireless re-launches prepaid service after AT&T…

Cricket Wireless re-launches prepaid service after AT&T…News from The Verge: AT&T’s prepaid wireless approach is taking shape. Today the company has relaunched Cricket Wireless, which it obtained in its $ 1.19 billion Leap Wireless acquisition just a couple of months ago, as its primary prepaid effort. The new Cricket Wireless runs on AT&T’s LTE network — […]

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Univision taps T-Mobile to create Hispanic wireless service

Univision taps T-Mobile to create Hispanic wireless serviceNews from CNET: Univision Mobile will launch on May 19 in Walmart stores and dealer locations in the US and Puerto Rico. Univision Spanish-language entertainment giant Univision is getting into the wireless business — courtesy of T-Mobile. Univision and T-Mobile on Thursday announced Univision Mobile, a wireless service […]

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How wireless service resellers stack up

How wireless service resellers stack upNews from USA TODAY: Rob Pegoraro, Special for USA TODAY 7:03 a.m. EDT April 6, 2014 The Republic Wireless version of the Moto X from Motorola.(Photo: Republic Wireless) SHARE 8 CONNECT EMAILMORE<…………… continues on USA TODAY … Read the full article . Samsung Galaxy S5 wireless charging battery covers now […]

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Scratch Wireless opens its ‘free’ mobile service to all: Free calls on Wi-Fi …

Scratch Wireless opens its ‘free’ mobile service to all: Free calls on Wi-Fi …News from VentureBeat: Scratch Wireless The Motorola Photon Q from Scratch Wireless For many, there’s no greater ripoff than their monthly wireless bill. Even if you go the prepaid route, you may end up paying for voice minutes and data that you […]

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Wireless companies expect service expansion

Wireless companies expect service expansionNews from The Sheboygan Press: A free standing cell tower in the Village of Bellevue near the village municipal building Tuesday. / Photo by Jim Matthews/Gannett Wisconsin Media Written by Nathan Phelps Gannett Wisconsin Media On the net • Graphic information about broadband coverage in Wisconsin can be found here: wi.linkamericadata.org• […]

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Sprint, Dish to test wireless broadband service in Texas

Sprint, Dish to test wireless broadband service in TexasNews from Reuters: Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:42pm EST People talk on their cell phones as passers-by walk past a Sprint store in New York, October 15, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Keith Bedford (Reuters) – Wireless service provider Sprint Corp and satellite television company Dish Network Corp said they […]

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Amazon explores possible new fast, uncongested wireless service

Amazon explores possible new fast, uncongested wireless serviceNews from Los Angeles Times: Journalists try out the Amazon Kindle Fire HD in Santa Monica last year. The version that costs $ 399 comes with the ability to connect to AT&T’s 4G LTE network for data services. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) By Paresh Dave August […]

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