With many operators already committed to LTE and the number of users now exceeding 3 million, the charge to evolve is on.
Like most wireless Internet service providers, JAB Broadband relies on unlicensed spectrum to get its service out to sparsely populated areas where there's only dial-up service.
Most carriers ignore the problem, but, with limited resource investment, significant improvement can be made to the carrier/customer relationship, and with that comes an increase in revenue and a decrease in cost.
The LTE ecosystem is still immature, and legacy networks require continued support, so an immediate move to LTE may not be truly necessary.
With new mobile tactics and technologies such as Google Wallet, location based services, augmented reality and mCommerce, the opportunity to enhance the consumer experience is at an all-time high. If what happened in mobile marketing during 2011 is any indication of what will happen next...
The ability to deliver videoconferencing, web collaboration, instant messaging and presence management, and other in-demand UC services to an enterprise end-user's preferred mobile device is proving critical for MNOs and service providers...
Launched today as an exclusive on T-Mobile USA's network, the Lumia 710 is available for $49.95 with a two-year contract. While that $49.95 price tag screams mediocrity, the 710 offers far more polish...
There is no doubt that mobile malware has been in the news a lot recently and most of the headlines make it sound like it is a significant and ever growing problem.
Despite the worst economy since the Great Depression, smartphone sales have skyrocketed over the past three years. In fact, by the end of 2011, more Americans will have a smartphone than a feature phone, Nielsen predicts.
Customer satisfaction is key to the success of any business. But it became a keen focus for mobile operators in 2011. Consumers are developing a much greater reliance on their mobile devices, which requires an increased understanding of how they use their mobile devices. Their expectations around service have risen, and this will drive the trends for 2012.
Mobile networks are congested. Nothing new in that statement. And it looks set to get worse as smartphones go mass-market and tablets take off. However, help is now at hand.
Mobile retailers need to maintain an efficient buying experience while obtaining comprehensive metrics.
Verizon Wireless' LTE network is currently available in 190 markets, covering more than 200 million people across the United States. Verizon boasts LTE download speeds of 5 to 12 megabits per second (Mbps) and upload speeds of 2 to 5
Smartphones are a huge headache for IT administrators struggling to get a grasp on the bring-your-own-device trend.
Flat, hard packages will be welcome this year. Tablet computers are extremely popular, and electronic reading devices such as the Kindle have matured and come down in price.