The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has issued (and set for publication) what will inevitably become a heavily cited decision about wireless siting. This case is the logical next step in the line of MetroPCS v. San Francisco and T-Mobile v. Anacortes, albeit not as the wireless industry would have it.
From . . . → Read More: Powerful Decision in American Tower v. San Diego
Ken Schmidt (l) with Jonathan Kramer
I had the pleasure of having lunch today with Ken Schmidt, President of Steel in the Air. Although we have talked many times over the years, this is the first time we have met in the flesh.
Ken is exceptionally knowledgeable in the same areas where I and . . . → Read More: Ken Schmidt – Steel in the Air
Poor T-Mobile. It’s the jilted bride, now twice over.
Sprint walked away from the altar conceding that U.S. regulators would not approve the marriage between the #3 and #4 wireless carriers that would leave the couple still #3.
What’s next for T-Mobile? I suspect the embittered bride will start looking for several smaller regional suitors . . . → Read More: T-Mobile Left Standing at the Altar…Again