Sprint Nextel on June 4 will introduce its long-awaited 4G phone, the HTC Evo, the first device that will support the carrier's WiMAX-based network. It will price the Android-powered handset at $199. Sprint also said that it would roll out its new prepaid brand, Common Cents Mobile, at Wal-Mart stores Saturday and charge 7 cents a minute of talk time or text message.

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