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  1. 3GPP approves LTE band 66 for Dish Spectrum

    What is the latest news on where these 2 partnerships will be headed? http://about.dish.com/press-release/dish-delivers-high-speed-lte-internet-service-corpus-christi http://about.dish.com/press-release/dish-and-ntelos-wireless-offer-fixed-internet-service-customers-virginia
  2. Karma Introduces Neverstop

    Karma announced a new mobile hotspot offering named Neverstop that provides Karma hotspot owners unlimited LTE broadband for $50 a month, at a 5 Mbps download speed. With Neverstop, you pay $50 a month for all the internet you want with no data caps. Source: https://blog.yourkarma.com/introducing-neverstop

    We all know WiMAX is shutting down on November 6, 2015. That's the end of that era. However, Mobile Citizen and Mobile Beacon is trying to petition Sprint to prevent a WiMAX Shutdown. Do you think Sprint will come up with something? Please read the petition here: https://www.change.org/p/sprint-and-ceo-marcelo-claure-don-t-shut-off-300-000-americans-internet-access This is more information: http://mobilecitizen.org/wp-content/uploads/MobileCitizen_MobileBeacon_1pager-10-2015.pdf
  4. Softbank looking at America Movil assets...

    Does America Movil have any 2.5 GHz spectrum?
  5. Today, Motorola Mobility officially becomes part of the Lenovo Company. Source: http://news.lenovo.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=1860 http://www.cnet.com/news/lenovo-closes-acquisition-of-motorola-mobility-from-google/
  6. I was going by Conan's post when he said controlled by Sprint.
  7. Does T-Mobile have any towers controlled by WesTower or MasTec?
  8. MasTec will be acquiring WesTower. I wonder if this will be beneficial for Sprint. Source: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/mastec-expands-wireless-operation-with-acquisition-of-westower-communications-inc-2014-10-20
  9. DISH and nTelos Wireless are now offering a new fixed internet services to residents in Virginia including parts of Charlottesville, Waynesboro, Staunton, Harrisonburg and Roanoke. Customers can receive the LTE signal using a BandRich ruggedized outdoor router with built-in high-gain antennas to receive the 2.5 GHz LTE signal from nTelos Wireless network sites. Customers will experience download speeds of up to 10Mbps. DISH-nTelos Wireless high-speed Internet is available for $29.99 per month when bundled with a qualifying package of DISH’s award-winning satellite TV service. Source: http://about.dish.com/press-release/dish-and-ntelos-wireless-offer-fixed-internet-service-customers-virginia
  10. Coverage maps udpated for data (LTE) to 6/10

    I like the Google Map used for the CLEAR Coverage Map. It is far more better than both coverage maps.
  11. Sprints 'Happy Connecting' Event

    And to add to that, T-Mobile has expanded the new Wideband LTE network into 16 total markets and the VoLTE expansion into 15 total markets.
  12. FreedomPop Launches iPhone 5

    It's real.
  13. FreedomPop Launches iPhone 5

    Sprint MVNO FreedomPop announced it will begin selling a refurbished Apple iPhone 5 for $349. The company's launch of the iPhone represents FreedomPop's first LTE device; FreedomPop's service runs over Sprint's LTE network. The company also said it will provide service to customers who bring their existing iPhones to the MVNO. Customers can get 200 voice minutes, 500 text messages and 500 MBs of data for free per month. Unlimited voice, text and data plans start at under $5 per month. Source: http://blog.freedompop.com/freedompop-iphone http://www.freedompop.com/iphone
  14. Softbank - New Sprint - Discussion

    Here is today's presentation: The Promise of Mobile Internet in Driving American Innovation, the Economy and Education
  15. Q4 2013 results

    Was there anything mentioned about customer additions or customer losses under the CLEAR brand?