Cable and wireless convergenceSteve Rosenbush
The cable TV industry has been tiptoeing around the edges of the wireless phone market. Sprint Nextel has made a nice business selling wireless phone service to cable TV operators such as Time Warner. But until now, the cable companies have no interest in owning wireless networks. Years ago, Comcast and Cox and Sprint operated a wireless venture called PCS Primeco, but the cable companies left.
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