ALSO NOTED: Cable MSOs eye telco enterprise customers; Wayport stats; and much more...

> Mobile phones can check-in passengers at some airports in Japan and Europe. Article

> Cable firms aim to woo telcos' business customers now. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Wayport has facilitated more than 30 million paid customer connections in total, with last year accounting for 14 million connections. Wayport now serves more than 13,000 locations worldwide with approximately 2,000 locations added in 2006, including deployments at McDonald's, Hertz and hotel properties. Release

And Finally... You daily dose of wireless trivia: Which SBC CEO headed the initial branding campaign for Cingular? Submit your answer.
Yesterday's answer: Tracfone or Virgin Mobile. (I'll be diplomatic, but read today's Editor's Note (above) for more.)

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