Category Archives: Wireless Billing
As mobile devices grow in popularity, the Federal Trade Commission has launched its first legal case regarding bill cramming.
Improved billing is a key part of growth for mobile operators.
In a move that could help it carve out a place in a new vertical, T-Mobile has targeted small businesses with several new offerings.
Purchasing a new mobile device is a weighty decision for any consumer, but a recent poll by Google examined the factors that influence those decisions, and which consumers consider more important.
Following T-Mobile’s announcement that it will be dropping contracts from it’s service plans, Verizon and AT&T have both expressed interest in doing the same.
The Competitive Carriers Expo, hosted by the CCA, will be a hotbed for topics such as incentive auctions, IP transition and data roaming.
A recent study by ABI Research found that global 4G tariffs have dropped by an average of 30 percent in the last 6 months, with the exception of the United Arab Emirates, United States and a few other nations.
While BlackBerry 10 was highly anticipated by the mobile industry, Research In Motion (RIM) made several other surprising announcements during the recent reveal of its new mobile OS, including the rebranding of the company to "BlackBerry."
Mobile trends ranked second on a list of CIO's top priorities for 2013, according to RCRWireless.
The good news keeps rolling in for companies operating in the mobile industry, as businesses and consumers continue to adopt internet-connected devices at a staggering rate.