By Humberto Saabedra on December 3, 2009
The FCC has approved the TerreStar Genus Windows Mobile 6.5 smart device with a dual-mode satellite transceiver/GSM radio for worldwide roaming via conventional cellular service and additional coverage via the TerreStar satellite network outside of cellular coverage in remote areas of the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and in territorial coastal waters. […]
By Christopher Price on November 28, 2005
PCS Intel broke news that Cingular would not be launching all UMTS phones with UMTS dual-band support, today, FCC documents confirm that. The Nokia N80, a Series 60 device, has been approved with Cingular brandings, however, the U.S. variant of the N80 will not include UMTS 850 MHz support. FCC Nokia N80 Approval
By Christopher Price on October 25, 2004
As we mentioned in the last merger update, the final hurdle to the Cingular/AT&T Wireless merger was approval from the DoJ. Well, today, that light went green. All that is stoping the merger now is a procedural vote from the FCC, and final procedural agreements from both parties. Cingular now officially expects the merger to […]
By Christopher Price on October 23, 2004
While we don’t like chatting much about the procedures regarding the AT&T Wireless and Cingular merger, the FCC has officially approved Cingular’s plan to assimilate the two company’s assets and spectrum. This was a one of the more major hurdles of the merger, the last remaining being approval from the Department of Justice.