Sprint joins T-Mobile, which led the way in dropping long-term contracts two years ago, and Verizon Wireless, which made a similar announcement last week. Meanwhile, Sprint’s Japanese owner, SoftBank, acquired $73 million of stock in the Overland Park company, boosting its overall ownership to more than 80 percent.
Sprint joins T-Mobile, which led the way in dropping long-term contracts two years ago, and Verizon Wireless, which made a similar announcement last week. Meanwhile, Sprint’s Japanese owner, SoftBank, acquired $73 million of stock in the Overland Park company, boosting its overall ownership to more than 80 percent. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Sprint joins T-Mobile, which led the way in dropping long-term contracts two years ago, and Verizon Wireless, which made a similar announcement last week. Meanwhile, Sprint’s Japanese owner, SoftBank, acquired $73 million of stock in the Overland Park company, boosting its overall ownership to more than 80 percent. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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