Sprint Corporation
In the US telecom race, Sprint Communications is the #4 wireless carrier behind Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile in terms of subscribers. While the namesake brand is reserved for premium postpaid accounts, Sprint also offers prepaid mobile access through its Virgin Mobile USA and Boost Mobile subsidiaries, which target a younger demographic. It also provides cellular access to other carriers and resellers on a wholesale basis. The company's legacy wireline business provides long-distance voice, Internet, and data services primarily to corporate customers and other carriers. In 2013 Japan's SOFTBANK acquired 78% of Sprint (it now owns more than 80%) and the company changed its name from Sprint Nextel to Sprint Communications.
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