Phil Goldstein

Biography for Phil Goldstein

Phil Goldstein is the editor of FierceWireless, and is the day-to-day editor of the publication. He also copyedits FierceWireless:Europe. Prior to joining FierceMarkets, he was the managing editor of The Daily Free Press, the independent student newspaper at Boston University, as well as an intern for The Times of London. He gets excited about the latest smartphone launches like other gadget geeks, but is also an avid lover of the New York Yankees, poetry, photography, traveling and escaping humidity. He is based at the FierceMarkets main office in Washington, D.C., and can be reached at Follow @FierceWireless on Twitter and find him on LinkedIn.

Articles by Phil Goldstein

Remedy, Next Games and Seriously dish on what it takes to build off of a movie or TV franchise

In this FierceDeveloper special report, experts from Remedy, Next Games and Seriously discuss what it takes to build off of a movie or TV franchise -- or to start one of your own. Special report

FirstNet starts to develop BYOD policy for devices on public safety network

FirstNet said it is taking steps to develop and implement an effective bring-your-own device (BYOD) policy for the nationwide public safety broadband network it is building.

FCC under fire for collection of proposed fines against AT&T, TracFone and others

According to a recent Politico article, lawmakers are concerned that the FCC hasn't yet collected fines against some telecommunications companies. For example, the FCC has announced fines against the likes of AT&T Mobility and others, but hasn't yet collected those fines.

Report: Samsung considering offloading wireless network gear biz

Samsung Electronics is considering selling its wireless networks unit, according to a Light Reading report, which cites unnamed industry sources.

Sprint's Claure remakes leadership team with foreign talent in turnaround push

About a year ago, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure started to shake up the company's leadership team. Now, that transition to a new set of lieutenants is truly hitting its stride, as the Bolivian-born billionaire has brought in talent from all over the world to try to help him turn around Sprint.

T-Mobile giving postpaid subs 3 months of free unlimited data after they burn through their Data Stash accounts

T-Mobile US is unloading a bevy of deals and promotions ahead of Black Friday, the most high-profile of which is that the carrier will give a gift of three months of unlimited LTE data to all of its postpaid "Simple Choice" customers.

A very fond Fierce farewell

FierceWireless Editor Phil Goldstein bids goodbye in his final column for the publication and reflects on how the wireless industry has changed during the seven years of his tenure.

Analysts: AT&T's 2015 wireless capex likely will be down 21% from 2014

Evercore ISI analysts said in a report that if AT&T winds up spending $9 billion on wireless network capital expenditures in 2015, that would represent a 20.9 percent year-over-year reduction in spending, "far worse than our initial expectations after T announced a reduced capex outlook roughly a year ago."

Chamath Palihapitiya and Rama face obstacles in constructing a microcell network after 600 MHz auction, analysts say

Investor Chamath Palihapitiya made waves earlier this month when he said a company he and other investors are backing plans to bid much as $4 billion to $10 billion in next year's incentive auction of 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum. However according to analysts at investment research firm Evercore ISI, the company, called Rama, is unlikely to become a major player in the U.S. market.

Sprint names heads of the South and Pacific Northwest in shift to regional structure

Sprint named one of its top executives, Jaime Jones, as area president of the South as part of the carrier's shift to a regional sales organization. Sprint also named industry veteran Annette Jacobs as president of the Pacific Northwest region, part of its larger West region.