Cox Launches Wireless Service
Today Cox Communications launched its own wireless service in several test markets in the U.S. Using CDMA equipment from Huawei and the 700MHz and 1700MHz spectrum that it won in two separate auctions, Cox is offering cellular service in Hampton Roads, Va.; Omaha, Neb.; and Orange County, Calif. on a test basis, with full roll-outs in those markets expected for early 2010. Cox said it hopes to expand quickly, and plans to open retail stores to sell its services. Cox has a roaming agreement in place with Sprint, which will provide service in areas not served by Cox. Cox didn't provide any information about what device or devices it is offering to use on its new wireless service. Cox did say that it will eventually upgrade its network to Long Term Evolution.
Facebook Debuts Instant Articles for Faster News
Facebook unwrapped a new service for publishers this week called Instant Articles. According to Facebook, it takes an average of eight seconds to load articles on smartphones through the newsfeed.
GameStop to Sell Cricket Wireless Devices
Cricket Wireless today said it has reached a distribution agreement with GameStop. The gaming retailer will sell Cricket phones and service in more than 2,800 stores around the U.S.
Charter Joins Comcast with Plans to Launch Wireless
Charter Communications followed Comcast's lead this week and also disclosed plans to offer wireless service in the future. Charter's offering will mirror that of Comcast's.
AT&T's Cricket Brand to Cut Off Lifeline Service
AT&T recently indicated via its support web site that it will eventually discontinue offering Lifelife service through its Cricket prepaid brand. Lifeline allows qualified Americans to receive free or heavily discounted wireless service through Cricket.
let it begin.....
But now hmmmm.
Pocket_Girl naughty naughty.
Your mind went WHERE when you saw that word???
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