U.S. Cellular is the latest mobile operator taking a last crack at the dying residential voice market. Instead of using wires to connect your home phone, it’s using its CDMA network.
It looks like we were right about AT&T sunsetting its 2G networks to make way for more mobile broadband capacity. On Wednesday, Ma Bell announced it would ‘refarm’ PCS spectrum in New York City currently used by its GSM voice networks for “3G and 4G” services.
Apple is looking for telephony software engineers to work on iOS. Judging by the list of experience requirements in the postings, Apple is looking to add voice-over-IP capabilities to the iPhone and iPad operating system’s ever-growing feature set. Is a voice service in the offing?