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- Sprint: iPhone customers are “more profitable” than others (tuaw.com)
- Sprint says iPhone users are “more profitable” than those of other platforms (arstechnica.com)
- Sprint CEO says iPhone users more profitable than Android (intomobile.com)
- iPhone users consume less data than Android, says Sprint CEO (venturebeat.com)
AT&T will stop allowing new customers to sign up for its unlimited Internet data plan for smart phones and iPads and charge more for users who hog the most bandwidth. AT&T hopes to ease congestion on its network, which has drawn complaints, particularly in big cities. But the approach could confuse customers unfamiliar with how much data it takes to watch a YouTube video or fire up a favorite app. Current subscribers will be able to keep their $30-per-month unlimited plans, even if they renew their contracts. But starting Monday, new customers will have to choose one of two new data plans for all smart phones, including BlackBerrys and iPhones.Subscribers who use little data — such as those who may get dozens of e-mails a day but don’t watch much video — will pay slightly less every month than they do now, while heavy users will be dinged with higher bills.
The move takes effect in time for the expected unveiling of Apple’s iPhone next week. Analysts said they expect other phone companies to follow. With no caps on consumption, data use could swamp wireless networks, while revenue for the operators remains flat.Verizon Wireless, the largest wireless carrier and AT&T’s chief rival, had no immediate comment on AT&T’s move. There has been much speculation about Verizon being cleared to sell its own version of the iPhone, but that prospect still appears distant.
of the new AT&T plans will cost $25 per month and offer two gigabytes of data per month, which AT&T says will be enough for 98 percent of its smart phone customers. Additional gigabytes will cost $10 each. A second plan will cost $15 per month for 200 megabytes of data, which AT&T says is enough for 65 percent of its smart phone customers. If they go over, they will pay another $15 for 200 more megabytes. With the smaller plan and voice service, a smart phone could cost as little as $55 per month before taxes and add-on fees, down from $70 now. Ralph de la Vega, head of AT&T’s consumer business, said smart phones could become accessible to more people. Figuring out which plan to choose may not be easy, because many people have only a hazy notion of the size of a gigabyte and how many they use now. By contrast, a minute spent talking on the phone is easy to understand, and many people have learned roughly how many minutes they use every month.
The limits will apply only on AT&T’s cellular networks. Data usage over Wi-Fi networks, including AT&T’s public Wi-Fi “hot spots,” will not count toward the limits.
HTC EVO™ 4G Fact Sheet
The ultimate multimedia experience at Sprint 4G speeds
The world’s first 3G/4G Android handset, exclusively from Sprint, HTC EVO™ 4G, offers a rich mobile Internet experience with a fully integrated suite of services built on the AndroidTM 2.1 platform. HTC EVO 4G includes a blazing-fast 1GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, the award-winning HTC SenseTM user experience, an 8.0 megapixel auto-focus camera with HD-capable video camcorder and a forward-facing 1.3 megapixel camera. The large vibrant 4.3 inch display, built-in kickstand, 3.5 mm headset jack and HDMI output make HTC EVO 4G an unparalleled platform for wireless entertainment. Download music, pictures, files, or videos in seconds – not minutes – and watch streaming video on the go on a network with download speeds that are up to 10 times faster than 3G speeds.1 With built-in mobile hotspot functionality, HTC EVO 4G also allows up to eight Wi-Fi-enabled devices, including laptop, camera, music player, video player and any other Wi-Fi-enabled device, to enjoy the benefits of 4G speeds on the go.
* 3G/4G capability
* Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ QSD8650 (1GHz) processor
* 4.3” capacitive display with pinch-to-zoom and tactile feedback
* World-class HTML browser – bandwidth and quality that rival that of netbooks
* Android 2.1, with access to more than 30,000 apps on Android Market
* GoogleTM mobile services including Google SearchTM, Google MapsTM, Google TalkTM, GmailTM, YouTubeTM , and syncs with Google CalendarTM
* Access to Google Goggles™ to search with pictures instead of words
* Sprint Navigation, with turn-by-turn driving directions and 3D maps
* Updated HTC Sense, award-winning user experience, which includes Friend Stream to integrate Facebook, Twitter and more into a single flow of updates
* Visual voicemail
* Messaging – personal and business email, IM and text messaging
* 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot capability – connects up to eight Wi-Fi enabled devices
* 4G data speeds (WiMAX) – peak download speeds of more than 10 Mbps; peak upload speeds of 1 Mbps; average download speeds of 3-6 Mbps.
* 3G data speeds (EVDO Rev A.) – peak download speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps; peak upload speeds of 1.8 Mbps; average download speeds of 600 kbps-1.4 Mbps.
* 8MP autofocus camera with dual LED flash and 1.3MP front-facing camera
* High-quality video streaming and downloads at 3G and 4G data speeds
* Capture and share HD-quality video (720p) from your phone
* Output pictures, slides and videos in HD quality (720p) via HDMI cable (sold separately)
* Live video sharing with Qik
* Built-in kickstand for hands-free viewing
* Media player with 3.5mm stereo headset jack
* FM radio and Amazon MP3 store
* Sprint applications including Sprint TV® and NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile(SM)
* Bluetooth® 2.1 with A2DP Stereo and EDR
* Built-in WiFi®: 802.11 b/g
* Digital compass, G-Sensor, proximity sensor, light sensor, GPS
* Expandable memory: 8GB microSD card included; supports up to 32GB
* Dimensions: 4.8″ x 2.6″ x .5″ (LxWxT)
* Weight: 6 ounces
* Main display: 4.3” WVGA (800×480) 65K colors
* Standard removable 1500mAh Lithium (Li-on) battery
* Memory: 1GB ROM, 512MB RAM
1 “Up to 10x faster” based on download speed comparison of 3G’s 600 kbps vs. 4G’s 6 Mbps. Industry published 3G avg. speeds (600 kbps-1.7 Mbps); 4G avg. speeds (3-6 Mbps). Actual speeds may vary. Sprint 4G currently available in over 25 markets and counting, and on select devices. See http://www.sprint.com/4G for details. Not all services available on 4G and coverage may default to 3G/separate network where 4G unavailable.
Note: Device features, specifications, services and applications are subject to change.
By David Goldman, staff writerMay 28, 2010: 10:44 AM ET cnnmoney
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — It’s that time of year again: The weather is getting warmer, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is just around the corner, and rumors about the iPhone coming to Verizon are sprouting up.
Don’t believe it, Verizon fans. It’s unlikely that Steve Jobs will announce a Verizon tie-up when he gets on stage at the WWDC event on June 7.
The rumors have been swirling around for years because an Apple-Verizon partnership seems to make sense for both parties.
The top reason consumers who are in the market for an iPhone decide to pass is AT&T’s 3G network problems, which are notorious in New York and San Francisco, according to a CFI Group study. Meanwhile, Verizon (VZ, Fortune 500) has built up its reputation as the “most reliable network.” Also, Verizon’s 93 million wireless customers would present a huge opportunity for Apple to grow its customer base.
Yet there are some fundamental reasons why a deal isn’t imminent.
Verizon’s network runs on a wireless standard called CDMA, which is incompatible with AT&T’s GSM network. It’s not impossible to offer phones on both networks — Research in Motion (RIMM) sells BlackBerry phones on every major U.S. network. But it wouldn’t necessarily make economic sense for Apple.
econdly, Verizon is set to roll out its 4G network later this year, and AT&T will unveil its 4G network in 2011. Those networks will be on a new universal, global standard called LTE, making a 4G/LTE iPhone much more cost-effective for Apple and easier to sell around the world. That would make next year or even 2012 a more likely timeframe for debuting a Verizon iPhone.
And suppliers haven’t given any indication that Apple is building a CDMA phone, according to Jagdish Rebello, principal analyst of communication systems at iSuppli.
Many analysts said nothing is set in stone and speculated that the terms could have been renegotiated.
“No one has a good handle on how long that exclusivity deal runs, but those contracts usually last 90 days to six months,” said Josh King, general counsel at Avvo.com and former senior corporate development executive at AT&T Wireless.
But one big indication that AT&T’s contract will continue for a while is its sweet 3G pricing deal for the iPad.
AT&T offers unlimited 3G access for the iPad on a contract-free basis for an average of about $22 a month. Because those sales only account for 15% of AT&T’s data revenue, according to data tracker Trefis, it may be part of a bigger strategy.
“There is speculation that AT&T is offering attractively priced 3G data plans … as part of a broader deal with Apple to maintain iPhone exclusivity for longer than the original agreement,” Trefis said in a recent analyst note.
“AT&T is our exclusive partner in the U.S. and we’re very happy with that,” said an Apple spokeswoman but she would not comment on Apple’s plans to sell the iPhone on other carriers.
When Apple was searching for a network to carry its iPhone in 2007, Verizon was widely reported to have balked at Apple’s demands to take a share of the company’s revenue.
Verizon said it would be able to handle the iPhone on its network, but wouldn’t comment on its interest in carrying the iPhone specifically.
“The Verizon Wireless network is optimized for maximum efficiencies and … we can mange the growth,” a Verizon spokeswoman said. “We pride ourselves on having an array of smart phones on several different operating systems.”
Recently, Verizon appears to be shrugging off the iPhone by going all-in with Google (GOOG, Fortune 500). Verizon’s past two flagship phones have been Google Android-based phones, and the company is working with Google to launch a tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad.
Verizon also couldn’t have made Apple too happy after launching a scathing “iDon’t, Droid Does” campaign, in which the company went after all of the iPhone’s deficiencies. And in a separate campaign, Verizon poked fun at Apple’s “there’s an app for that” slogan when it went after AT&T’s 3G network with its “there’s a map for that” ad.
“There’s a lot for Verizon to consider, including revenue sharing and how much the iPhone would fit in with what the company is doing now,” said Ramon Lamas, mobile device analyst at IDC. “But right now, they’re all about Google.”