Apple is optimistic about its enterprise business in the future. It recently entered partnerships with IBM and Cisco, growing its share of the enterprise market.
T-Mobile’s expected 3Q15 postpaid net additions In the last part of the series, we learned about the continued robust performance of T-Mobile (TMUS) in attracting postpaid phone users since 2013.…
Among the top four US wireless carriers, Verizon (VZ) and T-Mobile (TMUS) reported positive net additions of postpaid phone customers during 2Q15.
According to Sprint’s press release on September 26, “Sprint, after thorough analysis, announced today that it will not participate in the 600 MHz incentive auction.”
Sprint Platform’s postpaid churn of ~1.56% was much higher than the postpaid churn of Verizon and AT&T during the quarter.
Claure on phone net losses of Sprint In the last part of this series, we learned about Sprint’s (S) journey from consistently losing postpaid customers to moving to positive net…
In this series, we will discuss some updates on Sprint and T-Mobile, as well as some announcements by these telecom companies at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference.
Groupon (GRPN), a deal-of-the-day website, has announced plans to cut 1,100 jobs globally. The move comes amid slow customer growth and the ongoing struggle to add inventory that delivers high margins.
Dish Network has a significant proportion of mid-band, AWS (advanced wireless services) spectrum holdings. However, Verizon won’t buy the company.
Lowell McAdam, Verizon’s CEO and chairman talked about the financial ramifications of specific factors on Verizon’s expected earnings in 2016.
Even in the medium term, the Internet of Things has strong growth potential, especially in the United States.
With go90, Verizon plans to tap into Millennial demand. In addition to wireless network revenue, go90 will make money through advertising.
Verizon’s CEO highlighted that Verizon’s go90, a “mobile-first” OTT (over-the-top) service, aims to tap into the demand from Millennials.
Verizon’s CEO and chairman highlighted the importance of proactively addressing pay-TV industry challenges.
Verizon is managing the secular challenges of the pay-TV space by focusing on its broadband offering in FiOS.
At the the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference, Verizon’s CEO talked about the changing customer mix in the telecom company’s FiOS offering.
Verizon launched its Custom TV service in April. A skinny bundle service, it gives more choices to customers, allowing them to select their TV channels
FiOS is provided to both consumers and businesses. It’s a fiber-optic voice, Internet, and IPTV (Internet protocol television) service.
Verizon is an integrated telecom company with both wireless and wireline segments. Wireless is Verizon’s largest segment, while wireline is shrinking.
According to an InfotechLead article citing IDC results, Oracle led the worldwide integrated platforms space with 54% market share in 2Q15.