Jeff Kagan

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Jeff Kagan is an independent wireless, telecom and technology industry analyst, speaker, consultant and bestselling author. He shares his colorful perspective on technologies and companies that are transforming the industry. Check out his website at www.jeffkagan.com.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Jeff Kagan and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

How successful wireless companies create the next growth wave

How new CEO Hans Vestberg will transform Verizon Wireless

How new CEO Hans Vestberg will transform Verizon Wireless

Verizon still has a strong brand name, but the company is at a crossroads. The new CEO has an opportunity light a new and different kind of growth fire if he plays his cards right.

How AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless plans are similar and different

How AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless plans are similar and different

How the wireless industry continues to change and how wireless carriers are changing in different ways to remain competitive against existing and new players.

If prices are cut, users are all in for T-Mobile, Sprint merger

If prices are cut, users are all in for T-Mobile, Sprint merger

These are a few key items customers want in order to approve the T-Mobile US, Sprint merger.

Charter Spectrum Mobile joining wonderful world of wireless

Charter Spectrum Mobile joining wonderful world of wireless

Charter Spectrum is getting ready to enter wireless. Their new service potentially called Spectrum Mobile is similar to Comcast Xfinity Mobile which launched one year ago. I have some suggestions to help them be successful in wireless....

Why Verizon is funding a wireless competitor, Visible

Why Verizon is funding a wireless competitor, Visible

Why is Verizon Wireless funding the new wireless competitor called Visible? How Visible could impact the wireless industry and Verizon growth going forward.

Will T-Mobile, Sprint merger cool red hot cellular war?

Will T-Mobile, Sprint merger cool red hot cellular war?

After the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint there will be many changes, both pro and con. Let’s explore what we can expect to change in the industry, to the two companies, to pricing, to customers and to investors.

Why Apple iPhone X growth wave is so weak

Why Apple iPhone X growth wave is so weak

The iPhone X growth wave is weak. Apple growth is slowing. All investors care about is growth. So, can Apple recover and start their next growth wave?

Is the Palm wireless smartphone coming back?

The wireless rumor mill has been buzzing about the comeback of the Palm smartphone. Is Palm coming back? And if it does, can it be successful this time around in an Android and iPhone world?

Wireless: The Next Generation

Wireless: The Next Generation

Wireless is beginning its next generation. This time the wireless industry is not only transforming itself, once again, but it is also changing other industries as well, as they use it in new ways to reach and interact with customers....

Will T-Mobile, Sprint actually merge this time?

Will T-Mobile, Sprint actually merge this time?

T-Mobile and Sprint are back at the negotiating table trying to make a merger happen. They have tried several times over the last several years with no success. What is different this time and what are the chances of success?

AT&T announces FirstNet Network Core is coming online

AT&T announces FirstNet Network Core is coming online

AT&T announced the FirstNet Wireless Network Core is going online. This is the next, big step in the process to create a network that can help first responders in future disasters like 9/11.

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