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Cincinnati Bell agrees to sell wireless spectrum to Verizon for $210M

04/09, 1:56pm

Subscribers of Cincinnati Bell will continue to have service for up to 12 months

Verizon Wireless has made an agreement with Cincinnati Bell to acquire its wireless spectrum, an act that will effectively shutter the wireless service in the future. The deal, valued at approximately $210 million, will see Verizon receive the spectrum licenses and related assets in exchange for $194 million in cash and an "assumption of certain Cincinnati Bell liabilities."


Cincinnati Bell goes BlackBerry 7 with Bold 9900, Torch 9860

11/10, 4:20pm

Bold 9900, Torch 9860, now at Cincinnati Bell

Cincinnati Bell just added two new BlackBerry 7 smartphones to its lineup in the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and BlackBerry Torch 9860. Either gets a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor. The former combines a 2.8-inch, 640x480 touchscreen display and a hardware QWERTY keyboard, along with an NFC radio.


Dell Venue Pro to get Mango first on unlocked models

09/22, 2:40pm

T-Mobile and Cincinnati Bell Pros also get Mango

Dell announced on Thursday that the first of its Windows Phone 7 devices to get the Mango update will be the unlocked Venue Pro smartphone. Those in the US, India, Europe, the Middle East and Africa with the handset can expect the update to roll out sometime this fall. Owners of the handset locked to T-Mobile and Cincinnati Bell Wireless will also get the new code.


HTC Panache hits US through Cincinnati Bell with Android 2.3

07/08, 7:55pm

Gingerbread smartphone to sell for $200

The HTC Panache has officially reached US shores following its early stint in Canada. Cincinnati Bell has made the Android 2.3-based smartphone available to its customers. Its design is a direct variation of the myTouch 4G, which went on sale last November through T-Mobile, without some of that carrier's custom apps but with a newer OS than the earlier carrier had.


Cincinnati Bell first to bring BlackBerry Pearl 3G to US

07/28, 1:55pm

Pearl 3G comes to Cincinnati Bell in the US first

Cincinnati Bell has become the first US carrier to offer the BlackBerry Pearl 3G. The device supports 3G networks and has a SureType keyboard rather than a full QWERTY one, as is common with BlackBerry handsets. It also gets an optical touchpad rather than the older Pearl's trackball.


Cincinnati Bell first with subsidized Nokia 5800

05/04, 1:30pm

Cincinnati Bell gets 5800

Cincinnati Bell Wireless on Monday announced it is the first US carrier to offer the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic smartphone in the US. Before today, those who wanted the handset in the country had to pay $400 for an unlocked but also unsubsidized device. Otherwise, the smartphone includes its stock 3.2-inch, 360x640 touchscreen, a web browser with Adobe Flash support, an integrated GPS sensor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0.



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