Sprint's Chief Financial Officer Robert Brust recently told investors that the company had seen the worst of its problems and things are looking up, reports "Information Week" (http://www.informationweek.com/blog/main/archives/2010/05/sprint_says_pr...). What's especially interesting is that he also lamented the (lack of) impact of the Palm Pre and said Sprint would love to be an iPhone carrier.
"The Pre didn't work out as well as we hoped," he said. Brust said Palm's supply issues were part of the problem, and that, concerning the iPhone, "we'd love to have it."
Brust did note that this was unlikely at this point in time, notes "Information Week."
Which is too bad. In December Thomas Weisel analyst Doug Reid added Sprint to his list of potential iPhone carriers in the US. In a note to...| Read more »