Displaying items by tag: Wireless Carriers

Friday, 22 February 2008 06:22

Revenge of the Sol: Telstra empire strikes back

Telstra’s striking success in growing profit, raising ‘ARPU’ numbers, gaining more mobile customers and low churn in ‘key product areas’ has caught the attention of international analysts and no doubt competitors across the globe wishing to emulate Telstra’s success.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wanting to make the CDMA migration to Next G mobile handsets as smooth as possible for its customers around Australia, Telstra has commenced a new “retail accreditation program” to ensure Telstra store staff are giving the right advice and information to customers, letting consumers test drive handsets in store or on their (rural and regional) properties through Telstra’s “Coverage Advocate” program. 

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 01 February 2008 13:34

Apple cannot afford to keep single carrier policy

When iPod global marketing director Greg Joswiak was asked at Macworld 2007 why Apple had chosen to restrict iPhone to AT&T in the US, he replied that Apple could not have delivered functions such as visual voicemail without AT&T. That was no doubt true when iPhone was still under development but how can Apple afford to stick to exclusive carrier deals as it takes iPhone global?

Published in Beerfiles




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