Ericsson--which already has two major North American LTE contract wins from Verizon Wireless and MetroPCS--is hinting at additional contracts from the likes of Japan's NTT DoCoMo, according to a
There has been all sorts of news about T-Mobile USA lately, from rumors of a Deutsche Telecom takeover of Sprint Nextel to its potential interest in spectrum currently held by Clearwire and MetroPCS.
More rumors are swirling regarding Germany's Deutsche Telekom's intentions in the U.S. market. This time, DT is reportedly looking to gain access to spectrum controlled by Clearwire, which is
While much of the public-safety community has coalesced around a plan to have Congress direct the FCC to reallocate the D Block directly to public-safety organizations, there remain a whole host of
CDMA operator MetroPCS has selected Ericsson as its primary infrastructure vendor for its LTE network. The operator also named Samsung as the supplier of its first LTE handset. The operator, known
MetroPCS has chosen Ericsson as its primary infrastructure vendor for its forthcoming LTE network, and also named Samsung as the supplier of its first LTE handset. MetroPCS becomes the second U.S.
Shares of Leap Wireless spiked yesterday on speculation that the prepaid carrier could be bought, perhaps by AT&T. However, analysts dismissed the possibility of that combination and instead
Previous page Then comes WiFi (hotspots or muni) and MVNOs. Let's say there are three in the city, and that takes us to 10 or 11 service providers. If Leap, MetroPCS or one of the Tier 2 or 3 network
Chinese equipment and handset vendor ZTE is gaining more ground in the U.S. market. The company already has established relationships with Sprint Nextel and MetroPCS, and this week Verizon Wireless
Oh what a difference a quarter makes. Just last week when I revisited our 2009 predictions, I said that we had "hit the nail on the head" when we predicted that low-cost operators such as MetroPCS