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.
No matter how hard we wish it so, 5G is still not commercially available. But the good news is that the Big Four carriers in America (Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint) are also busy beginning to transition to this wireless technology over the course of the next couple of years.
According to a report recently published by Recode, the Republican Party, among others, is urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to have robocalls be funneled directly to the user’s voicemail, even stealthily (with the smartphone device not even sending an alert to that regard).
Over 300,000 computers in more than a hundred countries around the world have been affected by the WannaCry cyberattack. For those not familiar with WannaCry, it works by exploiting outdated versions of Windows, especially those that never got updated with relatively recently rolled out security patches from Microsoft.
Almost a week ago, Straight Path had announced that it had struck a merger deal with Verizon Wireless that will effectively have the biggest wireless carrier in the United States pay about $3.1 billion (by way of an all stock transaction) in order to acquire Straight Path. The Big Red was in a hotly contested bidding war with AT&T (the number two mobile operator in America) for the spectrum holder’s airwaves.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) believes that the problems its official website had experienced late in the weekend and until Monday were caused by Distributed Denial of Service (DDos) attacks, and not because of John Oliver, the comedian who urged the public on his HBO Show “Last Week Tonight” to go to the agency’s website, and then express their sentiments regarding the FCC’s move to roll back net neutrality rules.
The People's Operator is a carrier more popularly known as TPO Mobile. The main reason why they are given the nickname as a "feel good" carrier is because they have plans that cater to the needs of its users with plan names that encourages them to do good. A big plus for the carrier is the fact that they donate to a cause chosen by their customers. Instead of using the money to pay for marketing, the carrier takes out 10 percent of their customers' bills to give to a cause they have selected beforehand.
Tello is turning 1 this month, and what better way to celebrate it than offering very friendly discounts to its customers as well as introducing some limited time promotional deals. Specifically, the mobile virtual network operator (it leases network capacity from major US wireless carrier Sprint) is offering a 90 percent discount to new customers, especially those who decide to get a plan priced at more than $10.
In this day and age where mobile services continue to become more accessible to any user (and even enterprises), it is refreshing to find a service provider that marries the convenience of wireless plans with a solid business telecoms solution. Teltik Communications is an example of such a provider.