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May 20, 2014
06:03 EDTSSprint to pay $7.5M to resolve Do-Not-Call investigation by FCC
Sprint will pay $7.5M to resolve an FCC Enforcement Bureau investigation of the mobile wireless companyís failure to honor consumer requests to opt out of phone and text marketing communications. This represents the largest Do-Not-Call settlement that the FCC has ever reached. In addition to the $7.5M payment, Sprint will implement a two-year plan to ensure compliance with FCC requirements designed to protect consumer privacy and prevent consumers from receiving unwanted telemarketing calls. This follows a 2011 settlement with Sprint arising from complaints that Sprint made telemarketing calls to consumers who had requested to be placed on the companyís Do-Not-Call list.
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October 24, 2014
12:38 EDTSFCC delays incentive auction until early 2016
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October 20, 2014
13:53 EDTSEarnings Preview: Verizon sentiment mixed ahead of Q3 report
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11:49 EDTSSprint to offer iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3
Sprint (S) announced that it will offer iPad Air 2 with Wi-Fi + Cellular (AAPL) and iPad mini 3 with Wi-Fi + Cellular later this week. iPad Air 2 is the first tablet from Apple to connect to Sprint Spark, an enhanced LTE service with the added capacity to greatly improve the performance of video and other bandwidth-intensive applications. iPad mini 3 will connect to Sprintís 4G LTE network. Customers can add iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 to their Sprint Family Share Pack for an access charge of $10 per month per line. Through December 2015, Sprint will waive the $10 monthly access charge on iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 added as new lines of service to any Sprint Family Share Pack 20GB or higher.
October 19, 2014
14:39 EDTSSprint job cuts include 452 at Kansas headquarters, Bloomberg says
According to a filing yesterday with the Kansas Department of Commerce, the job cuts at Sprint that were announced earlier this month, will include 452 positions in Overland Park, Kansas, where the company is headquartered, says Bloomberg. Reference Link
October 14, 2014
07:54 EDTST-Mobile, Sprint risk turnover courting lower-credit subscribers, WSJ says
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