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Monthly Archives: June 2010

Vodafone’s surprising next move: Wired Services in India

Posted on by Sreeni Katta

The following is a guest post by TC2 Senior Consultant Sreeni Katta, who is based in Singapore. I was in Mumbai recently to meet with India’s major Telecommunication solution providers in conjunction with a procurement project for one of our … Continue reading

Lower USF surcharge brings illusory benefits in the heat of midyear changes

Posted on by David Rohde

Do you want to hear some good news about surcharges? I could pretend to have some, if that’ll make your day! The federal universal service surcharge for the quarter beginning July 1 will be 13.6%. And while that’s really high, … Continue reading

Soaring demand for devices and apps requires a savvy management response

Posted on by Mark Sheard

Until recently, companies buying wireless devices and plans for employees based purchasing decisions on price, coverage and (maybe) key contract terms. In contrast, corporations procuring wireline services have historically paid a lot of attention to differences in capability and features. … Continue reading

Even bankers love the iPhone, so what’s a telecom manager to do?

Posted on by Mark Sheard

The following is a guest post by TC2 Senior Consultant Mark Sheard, who is based in London. When one of the world’s largest banks gives corporate users the option of switching from the BlackBerry to the iPhone, you know that … Continue reading

What will AT&T’s new data caps mean for you?

Posted on by Ben Fox

The following is a guest post by TC2 managing director Ben Fox, who is based in London. The wires were buzzing yesterday as AT&T announced that it will no longer be offering unlimited data plans to its smartphone subscribers. Instead, … Continue reading