Verizon recently joined AT&T in giving its support to Windows Phone (MSFT), and now Sprint...

|By:, SA News Editor

Verizon recently joined AT&T in giving its support to Windows Phone (MSFT), and now Sprint (S) appears to be doing the same. Though Sprint's only Windows Phone model, the HTC Arrive, hasn't sold well, an exec says the company is "bullish" on Windows Phone 8, code-named Apollo, and will give the platform another look in the August-September timeframe. Nokia (NOK) should be happy to hear that. Sprint also says it will shut down its legacy iDEN network by 2H13.