Sprint potentially could look for partners to augment its wireless network.
That's according to Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, who spoke on a conference call with analysts on Wednesday. Hesse was fielding a question about the search for additional spectrum, the radio airwaves necessary to carry cellular traffic.
Hesse touted the company's position, which has a Frankenstein-like combination of different spectrum, including its core Sprint spectrum and airwaves gleaned from the now-defunct Nextel network and recently acquired Clearwire. While the spectrum is different, Sprint's upgraded network would be better able to juggle all of them, he said.
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