Sprint's CEO: The iPad Has Been Good to Us

It might not be selling iPads in its stores like rivals AT&T and Verizon, but Sprint is benefiting from brisk demand for Apple's hot new device regardless.Dan Hesse, chief executive of the third-largest carrier in the U.S., told me in an interview that most iPads sold are of the Wi-Fi variety, and as a result the company has seen an uptick in demand for its Overdrive (3G/4G) MiFi wireless-hotspot device, as people use it to connect their iPads to the Internet when on the go.

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