A partnership between the country's biggest cable-TV provider and its smaller competitor would provide Cox customers with a "white label" version of Comcast's high-tech video operating system.
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Verizon Wireless has bought another swatch of wireless spectrum from Cox Communications.
Cox Communications is discontinuing its cell phone service, which uses Sprint's 3G wireless network, citing stiff competition and lack of access to cool phones.
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The new wireless service from the cable provider, part of a "quadruple play" bundle, includes a money-back offer for unused mobile minutes, up to $20 per month.
Cable company will start reselling Sprint wireless service in three markets, with plans to offer more wireless service via its own network in the future.
Cable operator is building its wireless network so that it can bundle wireless with its other services, but the company has a long road ahead.
Huawei is providing wireless gear to Cox to help it build its 3G cell phone network. The deal looks to be one of the largest for the Chinese telecom equipment maker in the U.S.