Goodbye old Beep-Beep-Beep!
Exactly 1 minute ago, at 12:01 a.m. , Sprint decommissioned Nextel’s iDEN service.
It pulled the big plug. Flipped off the lights. Took its toys and went home.
No more beep-beep-beep. No more programming of weird handset codes to identify group users.
In fact, no more service if you have a . . . → Read More: Bye-bye then, Nextel iDEN
What better way for T-Mobile to promote its wireless service than to turn a cell site into a billboard advertisement for T-Mobile’s wireless service. It’s kind of a ‘two-fer.’
This billboard/cell site is located west of the Morawica area of Poland, just west of John Paul II International Airport (the Krakow, Poland Airport) on E462.
. . . → Read More: T-Mobile’s Clever Way to Camo a Polish Cell Site
Yes, this is a parody logo. You wondered?
Sprint Nextel is now a part of SoftBank.
Sprint reports that about 98% of its shareholders voted for the deal. The FCC approval seems like it will be pro forma.
Now, with the SoftSprint and SprintClear deals done, I suspect Dan Hesse is considering when and . . . → Read More: Bye-bye Sprint Nextel…Hello SoftSprint!
So, in the latest chapter of the SoftSprint-Clearwire-Dish matrimonial saga, it looks like SoftSprint will indeed take Clearwire to the alter.
Yesterday, Sprint (which had sued Clearwire just three days before to block the sale to Dish) decided to up its offer from $3.40 to $5.00, topping Dish’s offer of $4.40.
Just to make sure . . . → Read More: Sprint to Clearwire: How ’bout a Bigger Dowry?
It didn’t take long for Dish to fire off a public response to Sprint’s compliant to block Dish’s takeover of Clearwire. Here’s what Dish had to say, short and sweet:
“Sprint’s lawsuit is a transparent attempt to divert attention from its failure to deal fairly with Clearwire’s shareholders, as well as to exploit its majority . . . → Read More: Dish to Sprint: Tough! We’re headed to the alter with Clearwire!
Perhaps the new corporate logo? Not if Sprint has its way in court. (Yeah, this logo is my parody.)
Sprint today filed suit in the Court of Chancery in Delaware to block the sale of Clearwire to to Dish Network. The 45-page verified complaint aims to not only stop the sale, but to ding . . . → Read More: Sprint to Dish and Clearwire: Your Marriage is Not Gonna Happen
Missouri Coat of Arms
Salus AT&T suprema lex esto
The latest attempt by the wireless industry, and specifically AT&T, to bypass any rational zoning process, is in Missouri.
House Bill 331, “[t]o repeal sections 67.1830, 67.1836, 67.1838, 67.1842, 392.415, 392.420, and 392.461, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof twenty-two new sections relating to . . . → Read More: AT&T’s “Uniform Wireless Communications Infrasturcture Act” in Missouri
Perhaps the new corporate logo?(Yeah, this is a parody.)
For years I’ve been telling my clients that the relationship between Clearwire and Sprint is far from what Sprint has portrayed it to be.
No, Clearwire not a controlled entity or affiliate of Sprint, but rather an arms-length investment by Sprint in Clearwire. For a . . . → Read More: Clearwire+Dish Network: A Match Not Made in Japan or Kansas
I’m very pleased to share with all of you, my friends, that I have received the attached letter confirming my award of a Masters of Law in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law degree.
This marks the culmination of my legal studies with Strathclyde University School of Law in Glasgow.
To earn my degree, I . . . → Read More: Jonathan Awarded LL.M IT/Telecom Law Degree