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Can't We All Just Share (Minutes and Megabytes)?

by Phillip Redman  |  July 18, 2012

Last month, Verizon Wireless launched the latest volley in cellular pricing, "Share Everything"--by offering shared data plans across a maximum of ten devices.  The idea was to reduce data costs...

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LTE: No Where To Go But Up

by Phillip Redman  |  November 11, 2011

I just got back from Dallas where the annual LTE North America conference was held this week.  This is a conflation of telecom industry people that contribute hardware, software and...

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Getting LTE Inside Out?

by Phillip Redman  |  May 13, 2011

This is another post about the ubiquity of the mobile phone, because that's all what people are talking about.  The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January called it the...

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Changing Wireless Carrier Strategies

by Phillip Redman  |  April 13, 2011

I wish carriers put as much time in planning their future, launching new services and creating new business models as they do in rejiggering current service plans and forming bundles. ...

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Wireless Data Pricing Reaches A New Low

by Phillip Redman  |  November 9, 2010

Back in 1995, one of my first big wireless research projects was on pricing elasticity.  At that time, a wireless voice minute cost about $2.25 and only about 13% of...

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Let Me Explain: Gartner's Not Letterman's Top 10

by Phillip Redman  |  October 21, 2009

This week is our annual Fall Symposium in Orlando and if that's not breaking news enough (OK--any large meeting this year is news) then we also like to make some...

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When Will AT&T Put Enterprises On The "A List"?

by Phillip Redman  |  September 11, 2009

This week, AT&T announced its plans to allow customers to call a predefined group of numbers, both in and out of the AT&T network where the call won't count against...

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More iPhones In The Enterprise

by Phillip Redman  |  April 20, 2009

I've been hearing from more companies that are supporting iPhone in the enterprise.  Last year we reversed our position and although we don't consider it the strongest enterprise platform compared to...

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