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New mobile rate plans require a new way of thinking about mobility

Posted on by Joe Schmidt

The following is a guest post by TC2 Project Director Joe Schmidt. It wasn’t long ago that BYOD was viewed by some as the new “best practice” for enabling mobility in the enterprise. BYOD was going to provide more choice, … Continue reading

Day-old wireless, half off: The meaning of Sprint’s gambit

Posted on by David Rohde

Great, so is Sprint going to take half off your company’s AT&T or Verizon bill? Just kidding. But you gotta admit that Sprint’s announcement that you can bring your own personal Verizon or AT&T bill to them and get the … Continue reading

Funding for in-building mobile coverage is as big a part of an RFP as any other

Posted on by Mark Sheard

The following is a guest post by TC2 UK managing director Mark Sheard. Complaints about mobile coverage are not just a matter of big maps with colors. Coverage problems can happen within local areas, parts of cities, or individual buildings. … Continue reading

Getting set for Groundhog Day: The impact of 5G on planning and finances

Posted on by Mark Sheard

The following is a guest post by Mark Sheard, Managing Director of TC2 UK. Now that 4G is becoming widespread, are you ready for 5G? If that seems far-fetched, keep in mind the amount of money that your enterprise spends … Continue reading

More for your Euro: The rise of daily smartphone roaming plans

Posted on by Mark Sheard

The following is a guest post by Mark Sheard, Managing Director of TC2 UK. For some time in European mobile deals, the availability of smartphone daily roaming plans for mobile data services was a novel and often cost-effective differentiator for … Continue reading

Looking past BlackBerry’s implosion and tentative sale to Canadian firm

Posted on by David Rohde

BlackBerry’s quarterly loss of nearly $1 billion and impending layoff of 4,500 employees announced late last week pretty much puts a wrap on the company’s chances of being a strategic vendor of smartphone devices going forward. Enterprises simply do not … Continue reading

No panic among corporate BlackBerry users … yet

Posted on by David Rohde

It’s never a good day for users when a critical vendor announces that it is “exploring strategic alternatives.” That’s corporate gobbledygook for “we’re for sale.” So the question is: How critical is BlackBerry, which put out the for-sale sign using … Continue reading

Data pooling plans gain momentum as data usage accelerates

Posted on by David Rohde

Is wireless data usage threatening to bust your budget? Keeping up with the accelerating changes in how carriers are pricing data usage can help with the accelerating costs. Data pooling plans, which made a tentative appearance last year, are becoming mainstream. … Continue reading