AT&T has started tossing out warnings for users that fall into that 5% area of top data users on their network. AT&T announced this change back in July and is now starting to actually enforce it.read more
We may be in for a treat at the Apple iPhone announcement on October 4th. China Unicom vice president Huan Wenliang announced at MacWorld Asia that both T-Mobile and AT&T would offer the iPhone 5 with HSPA+ 4G capability.read more
Verizon Communications chief executive Lowell McAdam has announced that he is supporting the AT&T T-Mobile merger. He warned that the Government has no choice but to let the deal go though unless they want to fix the current spectrum problems. He went on to say “We need to be very thoughtful on what the impacts would be to the overall industry if this is a way to regulate the industry without actually passing regulation.” The current telcos need more wireless spectrum to continue expanding and operating efficiently so they have resorted to acquiring other companies.read more
We are starting to see a strong coalition movement in the form of lawsuits against AT&T’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile. First it was the United States Justice Department and several State governments, then Sprint, and now Cellular South is following suit. Cellular South is a privately held wireless carrier based in Mississippi that provides service to customers in select southern regions of Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee.read more
Bad news for T-Mobile customers in the US, A T-Mobile Exec says that the iPhone 5 will not be coming to their network this year.
“We are not going to get the iPhone 5 this year,” T-Mobile’s chief marketing officer Cole Brodman said in a town hall meeting on Monday.