Sprint has now taken out its hammer to help flatten the plan world. In a shocking and unexpected move, which Sprint calls “Revolutionary” (NOT), it is offering a me-too $99.99 plan. But they do have a clever name, “Simply Everything.”
Here’s their PR puff:
Sprint Launches Revolutionary $99.99 ”Simply Everything(SM)” PlanPlan Defines Simplicity, . . . → Read More: Sprint offers Simply Everything
Okay, bad puns aside, and as a follow-up to my prior posting, Verizon Wireless is talking with Qwest about a wholesale (resale) agreement. Given Verizon’s network coverage, that makes a lot of sense.
It’ll be interesting to see whether Qwest’s Verizon negotiations will help Sprint sprint to a solution.
From pun central, I’m Jonathan Kramer . . . → Read More: Qwest may see help sailing into view over the Verizon
Qwest CEO Ed Mueller is reportedly looking for a new wireless partner to supplement (perhaps replace?) the existing deal with Sprint/Nextel. Qwest does not have its own wireless network, so it’s stuck as a reseller.
If you’re Sprint/Nextel’s CEO, and the CEO of a major reseller…oh, let’s call the reseller Qwest…says in an analysts meeting . . . → Read More: Qwest is on a Qwest for a New Wireless Partner
Taliban demand night-time cell tower shutdown Register – London,England,UK Reportedly the hardline Islamic militia believes that cell towers are being used to locate and track Taliban gunmen. The BBC quotes Taliban spokesman …
Concern over the amount of cell phone towers AM900 CHML – Hamilton,Ontario,Canada HAMILTON (AM900 CHML) – There’s . . . → Read More: Cell Siting News 2/25/2008
T-Mobile has jumped on the $99.99 flat-rate bandwagon.
Following Verizon’s and AT&T’s lead, T-Mobile has said:
BELLEVUE, Wash., Feb. 19, 2007 – T-Mobile USA, Inc., announces today that it will offer consumers a plan that includes unlimited nationwide wireless calling and unlimited nationwide messaging for $99.99 per month. This offer will be available beginning Thursday, . . . → Read More: Yes, the world really is getting FLATTER.
Today, the Federal Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit reversed an FCC order regarding tower siting as being in violation of the proper NEPA standard.
The case caption and introduction are below, followed by a PDF of the decision.
No. 06-1165 AMERICAN BIRD CONSERVANCY, INC. AND FOREST CONSERVATION COUNCIL, PETITIONERS v. FEDERAL . . . → Read More: Birds/NEPA 1, FCC/CTIA 0
When it comes to wireless usage pricing, the world is flattening out. AT&T and Verizon have announced $99.99 (gee, I’m glad it’s not $100!) flat rate ‘all-you-can-eat’ talk plans.
The chief losers here are MetroPCS and Cricket Wireless, as well as the other flat-rate carriers who have found a niche in this sector. Oh, yes, . . . → Read More: Who said the world is round? Apparently not AT&T Wireless or Verizon Wireless.
In a ruling in the case of OMNIPOINT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. V. CITY OF NASHUA and CITY OF NASHUA ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT (Case No. 1-07-cv-00046PB, before Hon. Paul Barbadoro of the US District Court in the District of New Hampshire), the City has won it’s summary judgment motion.
From the Judge’s decision:
“Omnipoint Communications, Inc. . . . → Read More: Omnipoint v. Nashua, NH: Partial Goverment Victory