What's in store for wireless broadband in 2011?

Lynnette LunaWelcome to 2011! It's the start of a new year, and like many media outlets I'm making some predictions for the year ahead. I hope you find these predictions a little thought-provoking, perhaps somewhat surprising, or at the very least, entertaining. I like to be bold in my predictions--even if some may seem a little far-reaching.

So here are my 2011 predictions for the wireless broadband industry. I'd like to remind everyone that this is just a list of things that I think will happen in the coming year. I don't have any insider information or knowledge of actual deals that may or may not happen.

And if you'd like to see how I fared in my 2010 predictions, take a look at my year-end checkup.

Here's to an interesting year for wireless broadband in 2011. --Lynnette

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