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Report to Congress Sixth Annual CMRS Competition Report June 20, 2001. Digital Coverage in the U.S. Digital Coverage in the U.S. Source: FCC estimate based on publicly-available sources. Wireless vs. Wireline. “Cord-Cutting”

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Report to Congress

  • Sixth Annual CMRS Competition Report
  • June 20, 2001
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Digital Coverage in the U.S.

Source: FCC estimate based on publicly-available sources

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Wireless vs. Wireline

  • “Cord-Cutting”
    • 3 Percent of mobile telephony subscribers rely on their wireless phones as their only phone
    • 12 percent of those surveyed purchased a wireless phone instead of installing an additional wireline phone
  • “Technology Substitution”
    • BellSouth exiting the payphone business in part due to business lost to wireless phones
    • 20 million mobile phone subscribers have free long distance
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Mobile Data Devices

  • Paging/Messaging: 45.3 million subscribers
    • Arch, Metrocall, SkyTel, Weblink Wireless, Verizon
  • Dedicated Data Networks: 650,000 subscribers
    • Motient, Cingular Interactive, Metricom
  • Handhelds Devices or Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs)
    • PalmOS, RIM, Microsoft Pocket PCs
wireless web services offered by mobile telephone carriers
“Wireless Web” Services Offered by Mobile Telephone Carriers
  • Subscribers
    • From 0 in 1999 to 2.5 million in 2000
  • Offerings from seven carriers
    • ALLTEL
    • AT&T Wireless
    • Cingular
    • Nextel
    • Sprint PCS
    • Verizon Wireless
    • VoiceStream
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GO

Alerts

Wireless Web

  • Connect to the wireless data network
  • Access websites for:
    • Movie listings
    • News
    • Shopping
    • Stock quotes
    • Traffic reports
    • Weather forecasts

1 Find It

24Shopping

3 Finance

4 NewsStand

more...

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3rd Generation (3G)

  • ITU standards specified
  • Additional spectrum allocated and assigned in most major European and Asian countries
    • Proceeding underway in the U.S.
    • U.S. carriers may use existing licenses to deploy 2.5G and 3G networks
  • 2.5G and 3G rollout delayed but underway