The new daily plans include $3 per day for unlimited talk, text and Web, with 200 MB of high-speed data; $2 per day for unlimited talk, text and Web on T-Mobile's 2G EDGE network; and $1 per day for unlimited text and 10 cents per minute for talk.
Sprint Nextel joined bigger carriers AT&T and Verizon Wireless as a seller of the phone. Spot checks in Philadelphia and San Francisco showed that the lines outside Sprint stores were longer than at its rivals.
"This solution will give consumers the information they need to save money on their monthly wireless bills," Genachowski said during a press conference. Unexpected charges can be particularly burdensome to consumers during difficult economic times, he said.
Motorola Mobility set a meeting date of Nov. 17 for shareholders to vote.
Motorola Mobility fuses innovative technology with human insights to create experiences that simplify, connect and enrich people's lives. Our portfolio includes converged mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets; wireless accessories; end-to-end video and data delivery; and management solutions, including set-tops and data-access devices.
The new Brightpath Optical Solutions (BOS), an “end-to-end” system approach to fiber architectures, offers a full suite of headend, outside plant and end user solutions for an operator to choose the technology and architecture needed for residential, MDU, commercial and cellular backhaul applications.
Incognito's Broadband Command Center's new Auto-Configuration Server component helps cable operators expand services to non-cable systems such as DSL, PON and WiMAX, where TR-069 is the dominant provisioning and management system.
With increasingly intrepid, interactive and networked subscribers experimenting with ways to hook all of their media devices together, aided and abetted by certain consumer electronics vendors, cable operators and other service providers are being forced to consider how to handle home networks.
SpectrumCo, a joint venture of Comcast Corp., Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Advance/Newhouse and Sprint Nextel, put up a combined $2.37 billion to win 137 wireless spectrum licenses via the FCC's Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) auction.
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