Important note to readers: FierceWireless:Europe to become bigger and better

Dear Reader,

The European wireless market is a critical part of the overall global telecom ecosystem. From pricing innovations to smartphone strategies to the growing demand for machine-to-machine communications, the European wireless market is a thriving part of the mobile world.  That's why we have decided to increase the frequency of FierceWireless:Europe to three times per week and provide additional coverage of the European mobile scene, as well as bring readers the latest wireless news from the Middle East and Africa.

To accommodate this increase in coverage and frequency, we are joining forces with our sister publication, TelecomsEMEA, which is also published by Questex Media Group, the parent company of FierceWireless:Europe.

By combining these two publications into a single newsletter and web site and increasing our frequency to every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, we will be able to provide you with more in-depth news coverage and analysis.

FierceWireless:Europe Editor Anne Morris will continue in her role and she will be joined by Michael Carroll, formerly of TelecomsEMEA and now the Managing Editor of FierceWireless:Europe.

Please add [email protected]com to your safe-senders list to make sure you won't miss an issue. You will automatically start receiving the new  FierceWireless:Europe on Jan. 13

We're excited about this new chapter and hope you are happy as well.

Jason Nelson
Group Publisher – Telecom, Energy, Marketing and Retail
[email protected]

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