AT&T Mobility CEO: $299 Vu, $15 Mobile TV and Sprint Sucks

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Even though AT&T they played coy on pricing for the LG Vu with its original announcement, AT&T Mobility's CEO just revealed that the LG Vu is going to run $299—same as Sprint's Instinct. Its mobile TV service which impressed us with its slick interface and high quality streams, is gonna run $15 a month.


Speaking of Sprint, when asked why they only revealed a new all-you-can-eat subscription after Verizon did—and not Sprint—he replied that Verizon is a "high quality" player, number 2 in the marketplace, and they didn't want to give them any edge. Translation? Sprint is a non-player to AT&T. What about WiMax? Ralph is "not too worried about the threat from WiMax." Poor Sprint, they just can't catch a break. [Giz @ CTIA]


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