One arrangement that has been considered is for Charter and Comcast to invest in improving Sprint's network in exchange for favorable terms to offer wireless service using the carrier's network, the people said.Such a deal could involve the companies taking an equity stake in Sprint, some of the people said.The phones that are a part of this promotion are the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy S6 edge and the Galaxy S6 edge .The free TV that Sprint is offering is the 32-inch Samsung LED J4000, which is normally priced by Samsung at 9.99.People who want to get the TV must submit their Order Claim form by December 31 and the TV will be delivered within four to six weeks.
A carrier's deck is the tiny, abbreviated menu you use to choose content such as ringtones, games, and video content.Sprint has a market value of billion and .6 billion of net debt. His goal is to secure a better reseller agreement as Comcast jumps into the wireless business, according to a person familiar with his thinking.A reseller agreement with Charter and Comcast wouldn't preclude a subsequent merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, some of the people said. cable companies by subscribers, in May agreed to a wireless truce, which barred both companies from doing a wireless deal without the other's blessing or participation for a year. is Charter's largest investor, has been trying to convince Comcast Chief Executive Brian Roberts for the past year that the companies should jointly buy a carrier like Sprint, according to people familiar with the matter. Charter Chief Executive Tom Rutledge has said that he sees the logic in buying a wireless operator at the "right price and right owners' economics" but "I don't know that it's necessary." The talks between Sprint, Charter and Comcast come as the cable and wireless industries are on a collision course that makes consolidation increasingly logical but also complex.Both are separate from the .99-per-month Sprint TV Live selection and from the 43 other clip packages.Sprint is also the home of WNI Live Local, a separate, .99-per-month service that brings clips from local news channels in eight cities to your phone. WNI said they're working with Cingular and Verizon to bring the service live on those carriers, but right now you have to go to Sprint to get local video news. Sprint's clip channels took 18.8 seconds on average to buffer, compared with Verizon's 10.2 seconds, and they had to rebuffer a lot more frequently than Verizon's channels did.Other vendors may try to catch up in the content area, but right now Sprint offers more programming than anyone else. Bottom Line: The pricing is nearly incomprehensible and the video isn't as smooth as other services, but Sprint TV is the only mobile TV service that makes you feel as if you're sitting at home with your digital cable box.