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In front of a T-Mobile call center, at the cornerstone of the business park, is a four-way intersection with two options leading nowhere, roads ending in thickets of trees.
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Spectrum is the buzz word in the U.S. wireless industry. Growing data demand and rising popularity of smartphones and tablets has put huge pressure on telecom carriers who need more airwaves.
The roadblocks in the way of Sprint and T-Mobile merger seem endless. The merger proposal of the third and fourth largest U.S. carriers has been one of the hot wireless headlines from quite some time.
If SoftBank-owned Sprint goes ahead with its plans to bid for T-Mobile, it would cause the FCC to re-evaluate and possibly change its rules for the upcoming 600 MHz incentive auctions.
Mobile is calling on federal regulators to step up in providing clarity on the impact of government operations in the AWS-3 spectrum due to be auctioned in September.
While AT&T and Verizon dominate the industry and T-Mobile has been receiving consumer adoration for doing things a little bit differently, Sprint has been struggling to not only keep users, but build a decent network and brand identity.
American CEOs pocketed, on average, $11.7 million in 2013. Compare that to what an average worker earned: $35,293.
But third-place T-Mobile saw the biggest improvement among the top US carriers, as seen in survey results from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.
Rashawn Bellamy, 26, of Glen Cove, was arrested on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, on charges of third-degree burglary, reckless endangerment, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and several traffic violations, police said.
The pair met at DDB in 2002 but have never worked as a team before. They will oversee a range of clients and report to Dave Henderson and Richard Denney, the joint executive creative directors.
Mobile data plans are expensive. There doesn't seem to be any good reason for the high prices or data caps either.
Mobile has ramped up what it calls the Uncarrier initiative, aimed at "freeing Americans from the from the greedy, absurd practices of the old wireless companies."
Thanks to government threats to impose mandatory federal laws concerning cellphone security, smartphone makers and carriers have decided to create some rules of their own.
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Verizon today finally followed its wireless rivals in offering clear discounts on service when you pay for your own phone.