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where is american mobile industry goingViews: 149
Aug 06, 2007 5:58 pm re: re: re: re: re: where is american mobile industry going

howard lee
Well I think that the American mobile market is ahead in a much more customer centenric focus in the last five years. I based this on the hiring changes that has occured in the major companies like Sprint, Verizon and ATT. I have been in the mobile market since 1998. Ihave written and spoke at serveral major convention including the DCI Wireless Showe and CMP conventions. This change will not be good for the American market mainly to keep up with demand for new phones with more features[most are uselees features designed only for the youth market]Will keep phone prices lower and make carries bundle more serivces just to attract new buyers and keep existing customers from changing companies which they do about every 18 months. In contrast enterprise customer are getting short changed buy having to buy products and services that do not help their business grow. Case in point RIM Blackberry is now going after the youth market abandoning the enterrprise market to seek short term in the youth market. They will end up like Sprint, Palm, Motorola and the rest coming out with inferior products and services, just to keep up with a fickeled and unstable you market.

Best Regards,

Howard Lee
President
Wirehead Technology

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