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Key customers in the telecom industry
Post-paid users pay telecom companies periodically. The users pay after they received the service. They typically subscribe to plans for a fixed term.
Why spectrum is the lifeblood of a wireless network
We mentioned how wireless phones communicate with cell towers on a frequency band. The band is called a spectrum. It’s the most valuable resource for a wireless company.
Ericsson Is Building 5G Network for South Korea’s Top Operator
Ericsson (ERIC) continues to win 5G contracts from top operators.
Google Fi Bolsters Its Service to Grow Its Subscriber Base
Google Fi (GOOGL) has introduced a feature that subscribers connect to two LTE networks at once. Fi’s new feature uses dual connect technology.
Dish Needs $10 Billion for Wireless, Can’t Sell Spectrum
Dish Wireless requires $10 billion for its network buildout, but it only has $1.9 billion in the bank. The FCC bars it from selling spectrum to raise cash.
AT&T Hit by Potentially Costly Lawsuit
AT&T (T) has been sued in California on accusations that it secretly overcharges its wireless customers in an attempt to fatten its bottom line.
Rattled by T-Mobile Threat, AT&T Acquires NBA Rights
Verizon Communications (VZ) is without a doubt the biggest wireless company in the United States given its coverage and market share.
T-Mobile Sponsors Ariana Grande US Tour to Attract New Customers
Smartphone penetration hit 85% last year, a development that has forced telecommunication companies to think of creative ways to lure customers from competitors.
What’s Google Fi and Where Does It Fit?
About three years ago, Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google subsidiary launched a mobile service business under the Project Fi brand.
How Frontier Hopes to Boost Earnings $500 Million in Three Years
Frontier Communications (FTR) has launched a new corporate transformation initiative aiming to boost its earnings by tens of millions of dollars in three years.
What Jeffrey Sherman of DoubleLine Thinks about High Yield Market
Jeffrey Sherman was of the opinion that despite a rebound in equity markets, high yield investors may suffer due to volatility in the energy sector.