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Sprint CEO: Forget T-Mobile, 2014 is our time to shine


Beneath Verizon and ATT’s duopoly lies a pair of scrappy U.S. wireless carriers that have struggled for years to gain ground against the two giants. For a period of time, Sprint looked like it was making headway thanks to its smartphone-friendly service plans that offered unlimited voice calling, messaging and data while Verizon and ATT were busy implementing data caps. While its service plans were indeed attractive, Sprint’s smartphone initiatives didn’t translate into big subscriber gains. Then, the “Uncarrier” campaign began and T-Mobile became the most important carrier in America. Don’t count Sprint out just yet, however, because CEO Dan Hesse says things are about to turn around. “What we are going through right now is a massive buildout that

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