Artificial intelligence might seem like it’s still years away but if you own a smartphone it could be even closer than you think. Smartphones today utilize AI in many different ways and we’ll likely see new applications in the future as we move towards smarter devices with all-in-one capabilities.
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.
In September 2020, Verizon Wireless announced that they had entered into an agreement with América Móvil to acquire TracFone Wireless. TracFone Wireless is the number one pre-paid mobile provider in the United States with 21 million customers and over 8 billion in annual revenue. We’ve already seen the Sprint and T-Mobile merger happen, so what…
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.
Drones have gone from a futuristic idea only for the wealthy and tech-savvy, to available and accessible to all. We’ll look into how drones are transforming the telecommunications industry.
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?
Technology has untethered us from the traditional nine-to-five, as today’s digital landscape allows business owners and employees alike to work remotely, customize hours, and multitask like no generation has done before. From a single device, we are able to access the resources needed for both our personal and professional lives. This is even more important…
Depending on where you live, winter weather could mean several feet of snow with negative temperatures or it could mean chilly winds in the 50s and 60s. This year, most of the United States is seeing freezing temperatures with snow and ice. So what effect does this have on your telecom, internet, and wireless connectivity?
No doubt the world as we know it has changed since the start of COVID-19. From working and schooling at home to discovering different ways to connect with family and friends, mobile trends have followed the unique movements of the pandemic.