The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) market is already a very competitive one, but with the arrival of Tello, the competition is sure to go up a notch. So how will this new mobile carrier be able to manage? Well, it turns out Tello has plenty up its sleeve, starting with a “No Fees, Whatsoever” branding that just might attract throngs of mobile users eager to sign up for even more affordable wireless plan options.
As far as mobile virtual network operators and prepaid wireless service providers go, one can argue that Best Cellular has put itself in a good position to allow its customers to experience the best of all worlds.
By combining Bluetooth technology and a crew of engineers that specialize in Wi-Fi, Riot Micro is setting out to build a more cost effective and lower power chip designed to be used in cellular Internet of Things (IoT) networks. As explained by Peter Wong, the chief executive officer of the company, the objective was to maintain costing and power levels the same as those of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and quite obviously, Riot Micro felt it had to shift from the regular method of producing LTE modems.
According to App Annie’s latest projections, mobile users will spend more than $110 billion across all app stores next year. This figure is equal to a 30 percent rise as compared to 2017’s numbers, which is, needless to say, a significant jump in just one year’s time.
Here is some good news for existing customers of Tello, and for those looking for super affordable mobile deals -- the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is once again reducing the prices of its wireless plans. Just over a year old, the carrier has already generated some buzz by offering budget friendly options that can easily be customized.
Joining forces with Amazon Web Services, the second biggest wireless carrier in America is officially unveiling a new LTE-M based button that is specifically built to allow consumers to request for Internet of Things (IoT) related services or tasks with just one click.
As indicated in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), AT&T has apparently extended the deadline for the closing of its acquisition of Time Warner to April 22nd of next year. This marks the second time that the second biggest mobile operator in the United States has decided to extend the deadline, which was previously at October 22nd of this year.
Black Friday mania might get exaggerated at times (and we get the feeling that sellers like it that way), but this annual event does serve up some really interesting and worthwhile deals, if one only knows where to look. With regards to that, we can offer some assistance through our official Black Friday smartphone sales guide.
Ajit Pai, the current chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), is introducing a new proposal that would effectively erase the net neutrality rulesimplemented in 2015 by the FCC under former President Barack Obama’s administration.
The last few months have seen AT&T looking to close its acquisition deal of Time Warner for a sum of $85.4 billion. The United States Department of Justice, however, is having none of it -- the DOJ is reportedly filing a lawsuit to block the major US wireless carrier’s move, effectively preventing a union of a telecoms giant and a digital media empire.