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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Wireless unlimited data? You don’t want it anyway

Posted on by Mark Sheard

The following is a guest post by TC2’s Mark Sheard, who is based in London. There was a time when unlimited monthly data was the plan to have. If you can get “all you can eat” for a low fixed … Continue reading

Sprint and LTE: Mollifying its WiMax past without confusing the market any more

Posted on by David Rohde

Is Sprint about to face reality and substantially switch its 4G strategy from WiMax to LTE? Almost certainly. When’s the announcement coming? That’s become a parlor game in IT and financial circles. Will you be able to rely on the … Continue reading

Don’t dismiss Qwest: Buyer CenturyLink has good reason to woo the enterprise

Posted on by David Rohde

Mergers are supposed to foul up carriers. At least that’s how it always seems to work in the telecom business. So is it possible that a carrier could actually be rejuvenated by being acquired? Consider Qwest. It had been fading … Continue reading

How not to ignore Apple: Putting iCloud in perspective

Posted on by David Rohde

If you originally said “no way” to procuring iPhones, but now are considering getting bids from AT&T and Verizon for that very product, then you’ll have some idea of the dilemma involved with Apple’s recent iCloud announcement. Let’s be clear: … Continue reading