Increasingly, wireless telecommunications landlords are being approached by firms representing their wireless carrier tenants for the purpose of securing a reduction in the rent and/or rent escalator the carrier pays to the landlord. Sometimes the demand is for a ‘rent vacation’ for up to several years.
Generally, the process described above is called, “Lease . . . → Read More: Lease Optimization – that old familiar story
Wireless Week is reporting that the FCC may open an inquiry into its RF emissions safety standards.
WW reports that Chairman Julius Genachowski is circulating a draft inquiry among the Commissioners that may (and is likely to be) voted on by the full Commission to require a in-depth review of the FCC’s existing environmental RF . . . → Read More: FCC Likely to Revisit RF Emissions Safety Rules
It looks like Sprint is moving to charging for data by the MB.
The first step Sprint has taken is to kill its unlimited mobile hotspot and tethering plans. Now, unlimited for Sprint’s formerly unlimited users, this means up to 5GB per month. Then Sprint ‘drops the flag’ and start the meter running at 5 . . . → Read More: Sprint Moves to Meter Data Services