First News Briefs: Sprint, Boingo, Movile, MobileHelp, EXFO

Thu, 08/29/2013 - 10:40am
Wireless Week Staff

Sprint is continuing to notify customers it acquired through the May 2013 transaction with U.S. Cellular that it plans to begin shutting down affected portions of the U.S. Cellular network. The shutdown will take effect for the St. Louis metropolitan area, including parts of Missouri and Illinois, on Oct. 31.

Boingo Wireless today announced that Latin American mobile services company Movile has selected the company to provide global Wi-Fi roaming for the 8 million users that rely on Movile mobile Wi-Fi service.

MobileHelp, a provider of Mobile-Personal Emergency Response System technology, today announced it has begun shipment to customers of its new Cellular Base Station. Announced earlier this year, this new base station requires no landline phone and operates on AT&T’s nationwide cellular network.

EXFO Inc. today announced the introduction of the IQS-610P-HS-400G solution. This high-speed testing offer builds on EXFO's new IQS-88100G Power Blazer module, and is the industry's only integrated 400G testing solution.



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