Verizon bids for spectrum from Clearwire while Dish attempts merger with Sprint

Verizon bids for spectrum from Clearwire while Dish attempts merger with Sprint

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New Verizon Wireless, which recently teamed up with telecommunications giant Comcast Corporation, is reportedly offering Clearwire Corp $1.5 billion in an effort to lease spectrum from the wireless communications company, according to The Wall Street Journal. Meanwhile, Dish Network has motioned toward a $25.5 billion bid to merge with Sprint,...
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