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    Competition is "watchword" for U.S. wireless industry -FCC chief

    Reuters – 6:00 PM ET 04/23/2014

    Competition is the "watchword" when the U.S. telecom regulator reviews any industry proposals, the Federal Communications Commission's chairman said on Wednesday, addressing claims that Sprint Corp (S) and T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS) would fail without a merger. Sprint's (S) parent, SoftBank Corp (SFTBF), and its activist chief executive, Masayoshi Son, have been waging an aggressive campaign to buy T-Mobile.

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    Japan attack on wireless 'oligopoly' awkward for SoftBank's U.S. plans

    Reuters – 5:00 PM ET 04/23/2014

    For Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, who wants to build the world's largest mobile Internet company, criticism of his operations from regulators in his home market could not come at a worse time. The feisty entrepreneur is lobbying sceptical Washington officials to let him buy a second U.S. mobile operator, saying he would help to break up a cozy U.S. wireless oligopoly.

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    U.S. FCC chair: 'Hard to believe' AT&T would skip spectrum auction

    Reuters – 3:52 PM ET 04/23/2014

    The top U.S. telecommunications regulator on Wednesday said he was unconvinced by AT&T Inc's (T) threat to sit out next year's major auction of wireless spectrum over proposed restrictions on its participation.

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    AT&T margin weakness fuels concern about U.S. cellular sector

    Reuters – 1:51 PM ET 04/23/2014

    Increasingly aggressive discounting is taking a toll on AT&T Inc (T) and U.S. cellular rivals as they struggle to attract customers in a nearly saturated market. While recent price cuts by AT&T (T) led to a surge in first-quarter subscriber adds that beat Wall Street expectations, average revenue per user fell, triggering a 3.2 percent share drop.

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    Sprint “Wastes” Little Time – Lands Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Award for Recycling Efforts

    Business Wire – 9:00 AM ET 04/22/2014

    Sprint (S) [NYSE:S], named the most “Eco Focused” wireless carrier by Compass Intelligence earlier this year, and known for raising the bar across the wireless industry for its recycling practices, will receive today from the EPA the WasteWise National Partner of the Year Award for Very Large Companies at the Sprint (S) headquarters campus in Overland Park.

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    Comcast's Hot Spot Signal for Sprint

    MarketWatch – 8:33 PM ET 04/20/2014

    Wi-Fi's signal may be getting stronger. That is seemingly Comcast' s dream--and one that may be shared by Sprint (S). As Comcast (CMCSA) seeks regulatory approval to buy Time Warner Cable, the cable giant has been raising the idea of a wireless phone service using Wi-Fi hot spots for most of its voice and data traffic.

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    AT&T Counts on Next Big Thing

    MarketWatch – 7:46 PM ET 04/20/2014

    For AT&T (T), the first quarter may be all about accounting. The No. 2 U.S. wireless carrier by subscribers has been heavily promoting an offering called Next that separates the cost of the phone from the cost of the plan. Under this arrangement, AT&T (T) books significantly more revenue earlier than with its traditional plans.

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    Potential Sprint/T-Mobile deal may prompt U.S. auction rethink

    Reuters – 6:40 PM ET 04/17/2014

    * Planned spectrum auction rules could crimp big carriers. * Proposed deal would merge Nos. * A tie-up would reshape wireless sector. By Alina Selyukh. A possible merger between Sprint Corp (S) and T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS) could prompt U.S. regulators to rewrite rules they are now weighing for a 2015 auction of airwaves, according to sources familiar with the proposed regulations.

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    Sprint/T-Mobile merger may prompt U.S. FCC to rewrite auction rules

    Reuters – 4:21 PM ET 04/17/2014

    * Planned 2015 spectrum auction rules could put restrictions on largest carriers. * Sprint/T-Mobile deal would combine Nos. * A tie-up would reshape current market structure of wireless sector. By Alina Selyukh.

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    U.S. regulator reasserts goal to restrict AT&T, Verizon in auction

    Reuters – 1:49 PM ET 04/17/2014

    The top U.S. telecommunications regulator in a letter to a lawmaker on Thursday reasserted his commitment to help smaller national wireless carriers get access to valuable lower-frequency airwaves in the upcoming spectrum auction.

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    Kevin Durant First Celebrity Athlete to Star in Sprint Frobinsons Campaign

    Business Wire – 10:00 AM ET 04/17/2014

    Kids across America dream about getting the chance to talk with an NBA superstar like Kevin Durant, and in the latest TV advertisement from Sprint (S), which begins airing tonight across network and cable TV, viewers will see one such dream unfold. Durant is the first athlete to star in the new episodic Frobinsons campaign for Sprint.

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    AT&T threatens to sit out U.S. spectrum auction over rules

    Reuters – 3:49 PM ET 04/16/2014

    AT&T Inc (T) has threatened to sit out a major U.S. auction of airwaves if regulators reserve some of the spectrum for smaller rivals, the No. The Federal Communications Commission recently drafted some of the rules for the complex auction scheduled for mid-2015.

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    AT&T may sit out auction if FCC spectrum plan is adopted

    Reuters – 1:56 PM ET 04/16/2014

    AT&T Inc (T) might sit out a major U.S. auction of airwaves if regulators adopt rules that reserve some of the spectrum for smaller rivals, the No. 2 wireless company said in a filing released on Wednesday. The Federal Communications Commission recently drafted some of the rules for the highly complex auction scheduled for 2015.

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    Sprint Recognizes National Distracted Driving Awareness Month as Nearly All U.S. Drivers View Texting While Driving as a Serious Threat

    Business Wire – 10:00 AM ET 04/16/2014

    As the country recognizes National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Sprint (S) is reminding wireless consumers to focus on driving while behind the wheel, to not text or email while driving, and to encourage others to promote driver safety in their local communities.

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    Smartphone makers, carriers embrace anti-theft initiative

    Reuters – 6:25 PM ET 04/15/2014

    Major U.S. wireless carriers and smartphone makers have agreed to introduce tools to enable users to lock their devices and wipe them clean of data if stolen, responding to pressure on the telecommunications industry to do more to stem theft.

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    Sprint to award $50,000 in grants in 2014 to outstanding New York City-area nonprofits

    Business Wire – 3:00 PM ET 04/15/2014

    Sprint (S) announced today that it will award three grants to New York City nonprofit organizations this year, totaling $50,000. “We continue to be impressed by the caliber of applications we receive from the New York City area,” said Debby Ballard, director of Community Affairs for Sprint.

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    Sprint to award $50,000 in grants in 2014 to outstanding Denver nonprofits

    Business Wire – 2:30 PM ET 04/15/2014

    Sprint (S) announced today that it will award three grants to Denver nonprofit organizations this year, totaling $50,000. “We continue to be impressed by the caliber of applications we receive from Denver,” said Debby Ballard, director of Community Affairs for Sprint.

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    Sprint to award $50,000 in grants in 2014 to outstanding Atlanta nonprofits

    Business Wire – 2:00 PM ET 04/15/2014

    Sprint (S) announced today that it will award three grants to Atlanta nonprofit organizations this year, totaling $50,000. “We continue to be impressed by the caliber of applications we receive from Atlanta,” said Debby Ballard, director of Community Affairs for Sprint.

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    Sprint to award $50,000 in grants in 2014 to outstanding Dallas/Fort Worth nonprofits

    Business Wire – 1:30 PM ET 04/15/2014

    Sprint (S) announced today that it will award three grants to Dallas/Fort Worth nonprofit organizations this year, totaling $50,000. “We continue to be impressed by the caliber of applications we receive from Dallas/Fort Worth,” said Debby Ballard, director of Community Affairs for Sprint.

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    T-Mobile to Eliminate Overage Charges on Consumer Plans

    DJ Business News – 10:45 AM ET 04/14/2014

    T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS) said Monday that it will be eliminating overage penalties for all customers on its T-Mobile consumer plans and pushed other major U.S. carriers to do the same. T-Mobile, the fourth-largest U.S. carrier, has reversed a long decline in its subscriber base by doing away with carrier standbys like service contracts and international data fees. The company noted in a statement Monday that more than 20 million U.S. consumers were hit with overage charges last year.

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