Some companies really aren’t fans of their wireless providers while some have good relationships with their provider rep. A nice working relationship with a wireless provider rep isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but we’ll share some ways they can take advantage of that relationship.
Customers have noticed some changes to wireless retail locations after the onset of the pandemic last year. Some of the changes have been mostly internal while some changes have negatively affected the customer experience.
Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, and T-Mobile spend a combined total of $81 billion on frequencies that they will use for their 5G networks. These frequencies were auctioned off by the FCC starting in December 2020 and wrapped up in January 2021. What does this mean for customers?
Today, we are more connected than ever. And company fleets are no exception. The first image that comes to mind for most is that of semi-trailer trucks, but fleet management can be used on cars, vans, trucks, forklifts, mobile construction machinery, aviation, ships, rail cars, and more! We’ll dive in to the uses and advantages…
Verizon Wireless and AT&T Wireless have been planning to shut down their 3G networks since at least 2019. Both carriers have moved out the shutdown date, with Verizon Wireless stating the date is yet-to-be determined and AT&T aiming for early 2022. So what does this mean exactly?