"If you're going to sell a wireless Internet experience, you're going to have to match (the) expectations of Internet users," Reiter said. Verizon Wireless was the first to introduce an plan. It charges $99 a month for unlimited use of its Express Network, which offers Web surfing at speeds rivaling dial-up services. Voice calls cost an additional 69 cents a minute. Nextel Communications began selling unlimited Web access on May 1. It charges $54 a month for the plan, which doesn't include any voice minutes.
Cingular Wireless charges by the amount of data downloaded, The prices range from $7 for 1MB of data downloaded a month to $49 for 13MB, Wireless Web access is available to any Cingular Wireless voice-calling subscriber, Plans olixar sentinel iphone x case with glass screen protector - blue start at $20 a month, A Cingular Wireless representative had no comment Friday on whether the company will make an unlimited-data offering, Verizon, Nextel and T-Mobile did not comment on Sprint PCS's new plan, The company is offering some existing subscribers unlimited wireless Web surfing for an additional $10 a month..
The company announced Friday that it is offering some subscribers unlimited wireless Web surfing for $10 a month, added to what they already pay for mobile services. The unlimited-access offer makes Sprint the latest U.S. cell phone carrier to pump up efforts to attract more customers to wireless Web services, which so far have failed to generate much enthusiasm. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Lucent said last week that it would lay off an additional 10,000 workers and report a wider-than-expected loss for the fourth quarter, Lucent and other companies serving the telecommunications sector have had a tough row to hoe over the past year, as carriers have cut back drastically on their spending, In another indicator of the tough market for telecom companies, wireless giant Ericsson announced that it was changing the ratio for trading its shares on the Nasdaq, Ericsson is a Swedish company, and its stock trades in the United States as depository shares, Currently, those shares have olixar sentinel iphone x case with glass screen protector - blue a 1-to-1 ratio with the company's Class B stock, but the new ratio will be 10-to-1, The new ratio effectively serves as a reverse split..
Ericsson said the move would allow it to comply with Nasdaq listing requirements. Ericsson closed Thursday at 54 cents, and it has been trading under $1 since July. Separately in the telecom equipment sector, Tellabs reported a net loss for the third quarter of $91.1 million, or 22 cents a share, down from a loss of $49.5 million, or 12 cents a share, in the year-ago quarter. Excluding one-time charges, the company lost $16.6 million, or 4 cents per share, a bit better than analysts had been expecting. A survey conducted by First Call found that analysts, on average, thought the company would report a loss of 6 cents per share excluding charges.