Archive of the 3G/4G Category

Boost pushes $50 unlimited plan to CDMA customers

Driven by the success of Boost Mobile’s unlimited $50 prepaid plan, Sprint is now offering its CDMA prepaid customers the same deal in an effort to reconcile prepaid plans across its two networks. Boost CDMA customer are small in number compared to iDEN customers, and Sprint said it would continue to focus Boost services on the iDEN network, but Sprint may also be walking a dangerous line. Sprint is now offering two plans that both essentially offer unlimited voice, SMS and data, UNLTD by Boost at $50 a month Sprint’s Simply Everything plan, priced at $100 a month. more

Fight over Nortel’s assets begins

Nortel’s creditors weren’t pleased with Nokia Siemens Networks’ $650 million offer for Nortel’s CDMA and LTE assets, and now they appear to be doing something about it. According to the Financial Times, BusinessWeek and several other publications, creditor MatlinPatterson Global Advisers is trying to spark interest among investors to recapitalize the vendor, raising the possibility that Nortel Networks just may emerge from the ashes of bankruptcy intact. more

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