By Humberto Saabedra on September 17, 2012
Time Warner Cable is the latest Clearwire stakeholder to bail on the struggling mobile broadband carrier
By Humberto Saabedra on December 20, 2011
Verizon-SpectrumCo deal may hit Department of Justice roadblock, deal submitted to FCC on Monday.
By Humberto Saabedra on December 2, 2009
As expected, cable provider Time Warner has launched its Road Runner Mobile WiMax service after the simultaneous launch of Clear service in Honolulu, Maui, North Central Texas and North Carolina yesterday. The following three service plans are offered under Road Runner Mobile: National Elite: Unlimited access to Clear WiMax and Sprintâ€™s 3G EVDO Rev. A […]
By Humberto Saabedra on August 1, 2009
Following up on the confirmation of Comcast beginning Clear WiMax resale in Portland, Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt has confirmed the cable company will do the same for the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Charlotte North Carolina markets this fall not long after Clear service launch. The service is expected to be bundled with its cable […]
By Christopher Price on December 1, 2008
Clearwire today announced the transaction of the merger between Sprint, Google, Intel, and Cable Operators. PhoneNews.com was on the conference call, and we have the key details announced on it. The Mobile WiMAX operator did not provide specifics on when, exactly, their existing pre-WiMAX network would be upgraded to the same WIMAX revision that Sprint’s […]
By Christopher Price on March 26, 2008
PhoneNews.com has previously, and comprehensively covered Sprint’s intentions to partner with several companies for its XOHM WiMAX network. Now other news sources have re-reported this information, brining it back to the front page of the mass media. We originally broke the news on Sprint’s intentions to use WiMAX, as well as their partnerships with Fiber […]
By Christopher Price on November 2, 2005
As previously rumored all over the web, Sprint has today announced that it will be joining Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, and Advance/Newhouse in offering bundled services. These services will eventually bundle the Sprint TV experience to a customer’s cable account and features such as PVR services will be directly accessible from the handset. While this […]
By Christopher Price on December 29, 2004
The Associated Press is reporting Time Warner is finalizing a deal to become yet another Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) with Sprint. Initially, the offering would be tested in Kansas City for the first quarter of 2005.