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Sprint Readies To Remove Even More Customer Incentives

Just like other carriers, Sprint has begun to remove advantages to their existing and new customers. They have announced they will be ending the Premier program for all new and existing customers.

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AT&T Will Finally Launch LTE Network On September 18th

This upcoming Sunday AT&T will begin rolling out their LTE network for launch, according to AT&T CFO John Stephens while at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Entertainment & Communications conference.

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Xperia Play Hits AT&T September 18th

You heard right, the Sony Xperia Play will arrive on the AT&T network on September 18th for $49.99 with a two year agreement. The package comes complete with a Sony Ericsson Multimedia Dock DK300 and MC100 music cable. The Xperia Play will come packed with 7 games with 150 more being available for download. Games on the marketplace include Minecraft™ Pocket Edition, Battlefield: Bad Company™ 2 and Dead Space™ 2. Games included on the Xperia Play include:

  • Dungeon Defenders™ Second Wave by Trendy Entertainment
  • Asphalt™ 6 Adrenaline by Gameloft
  • Star Battalion by Gameloft
  • Madden NFL™ 11 by Electronic Arts
  • The Sims™ 3 by Electronic Arts
  • Tower Bloxx™: My City by Digital Chocolate
  • Crash Bandicoot® by SCEA/Naughty Dog/Universal

Full press release inside

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Sprint Files Suit to Block Proposed AT&T and T-Mobile Transaction

Today, September 6th 2011, Sprint has a brought a lawsuit against AT&T, Inc., AT&T Mobility, Deutsche Telekom, and T-Mobile in an effort to block the proposed merger between the AT&T and T-Mobile. Looks like Sprint has stopped the name calling and complaints against the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile and decided to get serious with a lawsuit. We suppose the U.S. Justice Department lawsuit emboldened them to do the same.

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AT&T discontinued A-List feature for new customers, effective yesterday

Yesterday afternoon AT&T made effective their removal of their A-List features with new Rollover plans. Existing customers with the A-List feature will be grandfathered in as long as you do not change your rate plans.

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