Leap Acquires Hargray Communications for $30 Million
Leap Wireless announced its intent to acquire Hargray Communications' wireless assets, which includes a 15 MHz spectrum license, its wireless operations and customers. The Hargray customers will be changed over to Leap's Cricket service. Those that have bundled wireless and wireline services will remain with Hargray. Hargray's network covers 695,000 people in Savannah, Georgia, and Hilton Head, South Carolina. The deal is expected to be completed in the first half of 2008.
Hands On with the BlackBerry Leap
BlackBerry’s strategy under its new CEO John Chen has been to dramatically cut down the number of phones the company pumps out. So a new all-touch phone like the Z10 is a big deal.
AT&T No Longer Targeting 40,000 Small Cells This Year
AT&T recently dialed back language referring to its small cell deployments planned for 2015. The company said last year it would launch 40,000 small cells around the country to improve coverage and capacity by the end of 2015.
T-Mobile to Buy Chicago-Area Spectrum to Boost Coverage
T-Mobile today said it has agreed to buy 700 MHz spectrum from Leap in order to bring its "extended-range LTE" coverage to the Chicago metropolitan area. Specifically, T-Mobile is snagging A-Block 700 MHz spectrum covering Chicago, Elgin, Joliet, Waukegan, Evanston, Naperville, Aurora, Gary, Rockford, De Kalb, Janesville, Bloomington, Normal, Kankakee, Kenosha, and others.
C Spire Looking to Nab 700MHz Spectrum
C Spire Wireless is hoping to buy some Lower 700 MHz C Block spectrum from Waller Wireless. The companies recently filed the request with the FCC.
And this is not good for some that get 20 a month unlimited local. But may be good in the long run. because everyone that...