SellTower Signals

Working Together…A Novel Concept

Many news articles and bloggers have talked about a pending network sharing arrangement between LightSquared and Sprint.  These talks also fueled much speculation about the ultimate disposition of Clearwire.  The most popular version being that Sprint was leaving Clearwire for the better spectrum & political contacts of LightSquared. On April 7, Credit Suisse provided enough details about a potential deal to lend credibility to the claim that both LightSquared and Clearwire are set to network share with Sprint.  http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/131668/20110407/sprint-nextel-lightsquared-clearwire-network-sharing-deals-spectrumco-public-safety-s-band-holders-l.htm…

Is “Bad Press is Better Than No Press”?

If it is true that “bad press is better than no press”, then LightSquared must take some solace in the recent string of articles announcing its ultimate demise.  What evidence have the nay sayers used to declare LightSquared to be dead on arrival?   First they point out that LightSquared does not have a network…yet.  They then move on to the prohibitive cost of deploying a network.  Staying in the technical arena, the next complaint is the lack of…

…And Then There Were Three

AT&T just announced that they will purchase T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion.  This transaction – even after the FCC and DOJ force significant divestitures – will make AT&T the largest wireless carrier in the United States.  This will leave AT&T, Verizon (NYSE:VZ), and Sprint (NYSE:S) as the big three wireless carriers in the domestic U.S. market.The wireless industry will have 12 months to figure out the implications of this deal, but it will…