Welcome to the Interview issue

Sue MarekWe asked the questions. They provided the answers.  In this first-ever special FierceWireless interview issue we are highlighting some of our most interesting interviews that we conducted over the past three months. 

These question-and-answer sessions are with some of the most intriguing people in the wireless industry.  Read what AT&T's (NYSE:T) Glenn Lurie has to say about the future of connected devices. Hear what Sprint Nextel's (NYSE:S) Bob Azzi thinks about his company's network management deal with Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC). And learn why C Spire CEO Hu Meena signed a wholesale deal with LightSquared instead of other potential partners.

One caveat--these interviews were conducted over the course of the past three months so some of this information has changed. For example, we asked Hu Meena about C Spire's likelihood of selling the iPhone before the company announced its plans to offer the iPhone 4S. 

Nevertheless, we think there's some pretty compelling information in these interviews.  We invite you to enjoy this special issue. --Sue

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