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News ByteOct. 25. No word yet on Cricket’s pricing for the devices, though prepaid customers typically pay full fare.
News Bytenearly two dozen cities, among them Miami and Tampa, Fla.; Napa, Calif.; Raleigh, N.C.; and Baton Rouge, La.. Those along with 17 others expand Sprint’s LTE footprint to 110 U.S. markets, and take the company closer to its goal of providing LTE service to 200 million people by the end of the year. By comparison, AT&T provides LTE service in 278 markets and Verizon in 497.
News Bytethe BlackBerry of BlackBerry users’ dreams,” finally hits the U.S. market this week, making its debut on a trio of carriers. The Qwerty-keyboarded device, which runs the company’s new BlackBerry 10 operating system, arrives at T-Mobile stores today, and will show up at Verizon stores Thursday. AT&T will also begin taking preorders for the device today, though it hasn’t yet announced a shipping date. And Sprint? No word yet on a firm release date beyond the company’s claim that the phone will go on sale in “late summer.”
News Byteexpected, AT&T will begin accepting preorders for BlackBerry’s new Z10 smartphone Tuesday, ahead of its retail debut on March 22. The first of two new handsets to run on the BlackBerry 10 operating system, the Z10 will sell for $199.99 with a two-year service contract.