Nokia today announced its Ovi store and its plan to reach the masses with e-mail, and it featured two rather high-end devices
Companies in the news: Handmark, FreeRange Communications, Cincinnati Bell, TracFone Wireless, Syniverse Techologies, RF Micro Devices, Mojiva, Motorola, WiMAX Forum, TeleCommunication Systems, Bluegrass Cellular, Flat Wireless, NTCH-Cleartalk-Colorado, Cricket Communications.
Companies in the News: Clearwire, U.S. Cellular, Vringo, Sony Ericsson, 4Info, MindWireless, Cellhire.
U.S. Cellular is the latest wireless operator to offer its customers location-based applications from Gearworks’ Etrace suite.
Cequint’s City ID, an enhanced caller ID feature, is being preloaded on handsets offered by U.S. Cellular.
U.S. Cellular has begun selling Samsung’s Delve (SCH-r800). The Delve features a touchscreen design with tactile haptic feedback
U.S. Cellular earned $89.9 million with revenue of more than $1 billion for the third quarter of 2008.
U.S. Cellular and the Associated Press (AP) launched two mobile Websites that exercise a content distribution deal
U.S. Cellular reported mixed financial results for Q2 2008 yesterday. Profit sharply tumbled to $72.6 million from $147.6 million a year ago.
U.S. Cellular announced it has selected mobile search and advertising solutions provider JumpTap.
U.S. Cellular reported service revenues of $962.1 million for Q1 2008, up from $860.6 million for the same period last year.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Sprint, U.S. Cellular, O2, MobileOne, Huawei Technologies, Verizon Wireless
U.S. Cellular announced that it has selected Valista’s Operator Payments Service to enable its off-deck premium content business.
U.S. Cellular announced it has awarded Nortel a five-year contract to provide advanced wireless capabilities, including high-quality mobile voice and data services, to the company’s 6 million customers.
U.S. Cellular announced that the West Virginia Public Service Commission has deemed it an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier (ETC) by allowing the company to access funds from the federal Universal Service Fund.
U.S. Cellular also has joined the $100 a month unlimited plan party. The plan offers unlimited national calling, and in conjunction U.S. Cellular offers unlimited texting
U.S. Cellular announced a 5-year network expansion agreement with Alcatel-Lucent.