Sprint MVNO Scratch Wireless is launching a novel Wi-Fi-based service that it claims will let customers get wireless service for free, with no catch.
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Sprint today launched its new "Messaging Plus" app for Android and iOS phones. The app allows customers to communicate via text, instant messaging, group messaging and video chat, and share photos, videos and files, with any other mobile phone user in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
T-Mobile US claims it will soon have the fastest U.S. wireless network, but it likely will never have the largest. T-Mobile, whose LTE network currently covers around 202 million POPs, plans to top out its LTE coverage at around 225 million people.
A year ago, it was widely reported that the Apple iPhone 5 would not support simultaneous voice and data for legacy CDMA operators such as Sprint and Verizon Wireless. What a difference a year does not make. ABI Research reported that Apple still does not support SVLTE or SVDO for simultaneous voice and data in the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.
Isis--the mobile payments joint venture among AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile US--will launch nationwide within the next few weeks with a redesigned app. The company's NFC-based services will work across most new Android phones, and Isis plans to support the iPhone via an NFC-capable case (and related iOS app) that it will release in the next few months. However, expectations are decidedly low for the joint venture.
AT&T is shuttering part of its advertising network that had allowed advertisers to deliver ads based on the behavior of AT&T's mobile subscribers. Instead, the company is focusing on tracking subscriber behavior via its U-verse TV service and other internal platforms.
NEW YORK--T-Mobile US may not be claiming to be the fastest wireless network in the U.S.--yet. But expect the company to make that announcement soon.
Since 2005, mobile networks have accounted for greatest number of new U.S. broadband subscribers and now serves some 60 percent of U.S. residential broadband connections, according to a new report released by the Internet Innovation Alliance.
HOLLYWOOD BEACH, Fla.--Further consolidation in the U.S. cell tower market will come from carriers choosing to sell non-core wireless tower assets and not from tie-ups between publicly traded tower companies, according to SBA Communications CEO Jeffrey Stoops.