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NEW YORK, Oct 26- Wireless service provider Clearwire Corp said on Friday it will use equipment from China's Huawei in a high-speed network upgrade it starts in 2013, with the blessing of the U.S. government. Sprint, which is being taken over by Softbank Corp, plans to use the Clearwire high-speed network to boost its capacity for its own service.
The company, whose biggest shareholder is Sprint Nextel, said Softbank Corp's plan to pay $20 billion for a 70 percent stake in Sprint is good news for Clearwire, which also counts Sprint as its biggest customer. Many analysts expect that Sprint will use the Softbank investment to buy the remainder of Clearwire or provide it with additional funding.
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