Dish could spill beans on wireless plans during Tuesday meeting: report

Dish Network (NASDAQ: DISH) might reveal its highly anticipated plans for entering the wireless business during an impromptu meeting with financial analysts Tuesday, according to New Street Research. A note released by the Wall Street firm's Jonathan Chaplin, Spencer Kurn and Vivek Stalam says Dish CEO Charlie Ergen will possibly make one of three announcements: Dish plans to start a wholesale wireless business and sell capacity to other carriers; Dish will sell its airwaves; or Dish plans to buy a wireless carrier. FierceWireless' Phil Goldstein has a complete summary of the New Street report here. 

UPDATE: This story was updated to reflect the fact that the New Street Research report is merely offering predictions.

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