In an effort to be more competitive and efficient, a group of Tier II and III wireless carriers have joined forces to form the Associated Carrier Group (ACG). Cellcom and Cellular South are among the group's charter members.
With the commercials being just as big a part of the Super Bowl as the game, America Online is giving wireless customers a chance to vote for their favorites via text messaging.
JAMDAT Mobile, RadioShack, Accendo Technologies, GSM Association, Netsize, Esmertec, MontaVista Software, Siemens, Excilan, WeRoam and Diamond I.
Nokia shares gained following the No. 1 handset manufacturer's forecast of a strong first quarter. The company also recorded a lower-than-expected earnings loss in its just-ended fourth quarter.
Verizon Wireless is on a tear. Not only did the carrier just report its largest quarterly customer increase in its nearly 5-year history, but it's buying up even more spectrum licenses.
T-Mobile USA added 1 million net new customers during the fourth quarter to bring its customer base to 17.3 million. The carrier is not slated to release financial details until March.
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WASHINGTON--The FCC gave the nod to Alltel's acquisition of Western Wireless yesterday as it moves closer to ruling on Sprint's deal to merge with Nextel Communications.
Boingo Wireless makes additional strides in the VoIP-over-Wi-Fi sector through a newly formed partnership with Skype. The companies are unveiling a beta version of their wireless VoIP dubbed Skype Zones.
Kineto Wireless is proof that handset manufacturers are cozying up to unlicensed mobile access (UMA) technology. The company has signed UMA-related agreements with Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics.
MetroPCS is extending its 4-year relationship with Lucent Technologies by signing a 3-year $500 million deal in which Lucent will provide MetroPCS with 1X RTT and 1X EV-DO equipment for the operator's new and existing markets. Lucent has been MetroPCS' exclusive infrastructure vendor since 2001.