- Holding Onto Customers. Brown, Karen // Wireless Week;2/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p6
Focuses on the strategies employed by wireless communications companies in the U.S. to retain their subscribers. Cancellation fees imposed to discourage mid-contract shifting; Promotion run by Verizon Wireless Inc. to convince customers to upgrade and renew their contracts; Information on the...
- Major SE Asian Contracts. // Telecommunications - International Edition;May98, Vol. 32 Issue 5, pS10
Reports on major contracts in the telecommunications sector of Southeast Asia as of May 1998. Projected growth in the wireless equipment market despite the past currency crisis; Impact of the awarding of operator licenses and basic infrastructure rollout on the market for wireless equipment.
- When The Party's Over. Marek, Sue // Wireless Week;9/16/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 33, p1
Deals with the emerging dealer-carrier relationship problem in the wireless communications industry. Advantage of the direct distribution channel over dealer/agent indirect channel for carriers; Complaints of dealers on their contracts with carriers; Allegations made by the lawsuit filed by...
- movements. // Telecom Asia;Oct2003, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p15
Reports developments in the telecommunication industry as of October 2003 in Asia. Standards for wireless fidelity hotspot roaming; Details on the reorganization plan of WorldCom; Agreement between France Telecom and its Orange mobile subsidiary.
- Alcatel's African coup. Aregbeyen, Segun // Total Telecom Magazine;Mar2003, p29
Presents an update on the telecommunication industry in Africa as of March 2003. Details on Alcatel's global frame contract to build a national network for Nigeria's second operator Globalcom; Statement issued by Tunde Kaitel, head of marketing and communications at Globalcom regarding the...
- New Territory. Lesser, Dave // Telephony;08/09/99, Vol. 237 Issue 6, pPTN6
Focuses on factors that affect the telecommunications industry from 1989 to 1999. Information on the telecom industry of the early to mid-1980; Developments in wireline and wireless technologies; Implications of outsourcing non-revenue-producing functions of telephone companies.
- Wireless Carriers Keep It Simple. Mendez-Wilson, Deborah // Wireless Week;1/7/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p20
Deals with the growing trend among wireless communication companies to outsource the development of their network functions. Reasons behind the trend; Areas where wireless companies might need help from outsourcing; Outlook of Yankee Group toward the network integration services to carriers in...
- WASPs best for balancing mobile madness. Orubeondo, Ana // InfoWorld;02/12/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p50
Reveals the potential benefits from outsourcing wireless infrastructure. Two functions offered by a wireless application service provider (WASP); Most important elements in choosing a WASP; Suggestion before committing to a WASP.
- Infrastructure Awards. // RCR Wireless News;8/7/2006, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p26
The article provides information on several wireless infrastructure contracts announced in July 2006. Emirates Telecommunications Corp. will enhance its EDGE wireless network in the Northern Emirates. Delta Telecom will modernize the carrier's backbone network in the city of St. Petersburg and...