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Sprint has said it is already working with Motorola and Samsung to build its $3 billion WiMAX network. Now the WSJ says Sprint is close to choosing Nokia as a third provider, among competitors Alcatel/Lucent, Nortel, ZTE, and Huawei. The report also says that the deal […]

Sprint has said it is already working with Motorola and Samsung to build its $3 billion WiMAX network. Now the WSJ says Sprint is close to choosing Nokia as a third provider, among competitors Alcatel/Lucent, Nortel, ZTE, and Huawei. The report also says that the deal has not been finalized.

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