Posts Tagged “Cell Phones”

Tempo Wireless Live

Do you Love your wireless company? More than likely your answer is “No”.  However, there are tens of thousands of people across America that happily answer “Yes!” to that same question. Why do these people Love their wireless company? Its because their wireless company of choice, Tempo Wireless, not only gives them free unlimited cell phone service. but also […]

Truly Unlimited Family Plans

As Sprint makes fun of it’s two big competitors Verizon and AT&T, it brings to the light the reality that the two biggest carriers in the country are trying to squeeze every extra hard earned dollar that you make, out of your pocket & bank account. As we use more & more data and become […]

Perpetual Fundraiser

Once again I have a topic for you that you may not be all that familiar with or even know exists, and that’s Perpetual Fundraisers. Now normally, groups or organizations choose something they are gonna sell, put together some marketing materials, tell all their members to spread the word and then they commence to having […]

Lightyear Network Solutions Launches New 5 Year Mobile Phone Agreement With Sprint

Lightyear Network Solutions Launches New Mobile Phone Agreement with Sprint — MVNO Agreement Expected to Contribute to Growth in Wireless Business — LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 8, 2011 – Lightyear Network Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: LYNS), a provider of data, voice and wireless telecommunication services to business and residential customers throughout North America, today announced that it […]

How To Start A Nationwide Wireless Business For Less Than $300

At first glance of the title of this article you might think that I’ve lost my grasp of reality.  But I assure you, I have not…well, unless you count…uhh, nevermind…the point is, that as amazing as that sounds, I’m gonna prove to you it can be done and I’m gonna show you how you can […]

Smartphone Traffic Will Increase By 700 Percent by 2015

Analyst firm Informa Telecoms & Media calculates that smartphone traffic on wireless networks will increase 700 percent over the next five years. The research firm–which coined a new metric for measuring wireless traffic: ATPU, or average traffic per user–said that although worldwide only 13 percent of mobile phone subscribers use a smartphone, those smartphone customers spend […]