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The Mobile Connection: Wireless Broadband CTIA-The Wireless Association®

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Two Central Points Wireless is a Competitor in the Broadband Marketplace Wireless, link, phone all go into the Internet cloud Consumers are served by item separation The Internet

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The Basics of the Mobile Ecosystem Underlying system suppliers – FCC licensees. Handset and Infrastructure suppliers – e.g., Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Lucent, Nortel, and so forth. Outsider substance/applications designers and suppliers, which may incorporate both substance generators, and substance aggregators. Aggregators join substance, for example, news, sports, and other data for arrangement to end-client clients through bearers and MVNOs. Portable Virtual Network Operators ("MVNOs"), working on licensees\' systems however offering buyers their own marked applications and substance.

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The U.S. Remote Story At mid-year 2006, 180 remote licensees served 219 million clients across the nation – 71% of all Americans. That is an expansion of 110 million clients from year-end 2000. The FCC has found that 98% of Americans live in areas in which three or more authorized remote administration suppliers offer administrations, and 94% in regions where four or more authorized remote suppliers offer administration. Different MVNOs likewise contend in the remote commercial center, serving roughly 10% of remote clients.

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Multiple Wireless Licensees Compete Nationwide Source: FCC 11 th CMRS Competition Report

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Competition Between Providers and Technologies Analog & Digital Standards 1G - Analog Technology Standard AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone Service) 2G - Digital Technology Standards TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) – most being moved up to GSM Cingular CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) Verizon Wireless Sprint-Nextel GSM (Group Standard for Mobile) Cingular T-Mobile iDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network) – most being moved up to CDMA

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Evolving Wireless Technologies – Where We Are and Where We\'re Going Digital Standards 2.5 to 3G – Next Generation Networks CDMA – CDMA 1X, 1XEVDO ( Evolution Data Only) CDMA 1X – up to 144 kbps CDMA EVDO – 400 kbps to 2 Mbps Max (400-700 kbps) GSM – GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, WCDMA, HSDPA GPRS – 144 kbps Max (50-70 kbps) (Global Packet Radio System) EDGE – 384 kbps Max (144 kbps) ( Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution) HSDPA – up to 3.6 Mbps – 550 kbps to 1.1 Mbps (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) UMTS/WCDMA – 384 Kbps to 2 Mbps 4G – The Next Step in High Speed Networks Evolving alternatives, e.g., WiMAX, and further augmentations of existing gauges

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4G: The Next Phase of Wireless Evolution Sprint Nextel\'s 4G WiMAX technique: Sprint Nextel arrangements to create and convey the initial 4G across the nation broadband system starting in 2007 utilizing portable WiMAX IEEE 802.16e-2005 innovation as the standard. "The organization\'s arrangement arranges focus on a dispatch of the propelled remote broadband administrations in trial markets before the end of 2007 with arrangements to send a system that scopes upwards of 100 million individuals in 2008. Sprint Nextel arrangements to extend portable WiMAX system scope from that point." (Initial markets incorporate Chicago and Washington, DC) "Sprint Nextel is hoping to put $1 billion in 2007 and between $1.5 billion and $2 billion in 2008 identifying with the 4G versatile broadband system." Aiming to convey information rates of 2 to 4 Mbps. Source: Sprint Nextel

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High-Speed Wireless Technology Snapshot According to the FCC, by the begin of 2006: CDMA 1xRTT and/or 1xEV-DO has been dispatched in at any rate some segment of districts containing 283 million individuals, or approximately 99 percent of the U.S. populace. GPRS, EDGE, and/or WCDMA/HSDPA has been propelled in any event some bit of provinces containing 269 million individuals, or around 94 percent of the U.S. populace. Higher pace advancements, EV-DO and WCDMA/HSDPA, are accessible in districts containing 63 percent and 20 percent of the U.S. populace. Source: FCC 11 th CMRS Competition Report

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Next Generation Network Rollout in the United States – Estimated by County Source: FCC 11 th CMRS Competition Report

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Wireless licensees are conveying propelled systems crosswise over America – including bearers of all sizes… Verizon Wireless has dispatched an EVDO-based broadband administration that is accessible in 242 noteworthy metro zones in 41 states that are home to more than 200 million individuals, with normal velocities of 400-700 kbps, blasting to 2.0 Mbps. Verizon is presently moving up to EVDO Rev. An in six states, boosting normal download velocities to 450-800 kbps, and transfer paces to 300-400 kbps Sprint Nextel\'s versatile broadband system achieves more than 200 million individuals across the country, in 9,473 groups, offering normal download paces of 400-800 kbps. Its EVDO Rev A system now covers more than 95 million individuals, boosting transfer velocities to 350-500 kbps, and download rates to 600 kbps-1.4 Mbps. Sprint\'s whole portable broadband system is relied upon to be moved up to Rev A by 3Q07 Cingular Wireless\' HSDPA-based BroadbandConnect administration has been sent in 33 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, with normal rates of 400-700 kbps. Clients can utilize 3G in 165 urban areas, including 73 of the main 100 markets

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Wireless licensees are sending propelled systems crosswise over America – including bearers of all sizes… Alltel\'s Axcess SM Broadband administration is accessible in more than 100 markets in 19 states, offering paces of 400-700 kbps with blasts up to 2.4 Mbps. Alltel\'s Axcess SM Mobilink administration is accessible in business sectors in no less than 34 states, offering speeds up to 114 kbps. T-Mobile USA has declared it will burn through $2.7 billion by 2008 in building a 3G UMTS/HSDPA system. T-Mobile at present offers portable Internet access through its GSM/GPRS organize, and works a system of more than 8,000 remote hotspots in the U.S.

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… making accessible a wide assortment of cutting edge applications… Alaska Communications offers its ACS Mobile Broadband in Alaska. The Frozen North DigiTel offers remote information administration in Alaska. Cell South offers CDMA-based remote information administration in the Southeastern U.S. Dobson Cellular, working in 16 states, presented its Signalink ™ information administration in September 2005. GCI offers GSM-EDGE-based broadband administration in Alaska. Midwest Wireless, now claimed by Alltel, offers Mobile Wireless Internet administration in the Upper Midwest. U.S. Cell offers its Brew™–based easyedge™ Enhanced Wireless Service in the greater part of its business sectors.

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… including Mobile Video and Data Services Competing versatile TV stations/benefits now include: MobiTV (offered by Alltel, Cellular South, Cingular, Midwest Wireless, and Sprint Nextel in the U.S., and by Centennial Wireless and Verizon Wireless in Puerto Rico). Modeo (previously Crown Castle Mobile Media, propelling in 30 urban areas starting in 2006). V CAST (Verizon Wireless\' mainland U.S. advertising). Qualcomm/MediaFlo USA\'s MediaFlo TM System (proposed to convey sight and sound substance to remote purchasers by means of existing CDMA1X and UMTS frameworks, and over Qualcomm\'s 700 MHz range). Salaam Partners\' Hiwire TM backup additionally plans to offer Mobile TV utilizing 700 MHz range.

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Wireless is a Competitor in the Broadband Marketplace In the first of 2006, aggregate rapid lines grew 26%, from 51.2 million to 64.6 million lines, and 59% of all includes were portable remote memberships (FCC "Fast Services for Internet Access," January, 2007) From June 2005 to June 2006, versatile remote\'s offer of aggregate broadband lines ascended from 1% to 17% of aggregate broadband lines.(FCC "Rapid Services for Internet Access" report)

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Broadband Speedometer – Maximum Download Speeds 30 Mbps 30 Mbps 15 Mbps 3.6 Mbps 20 Mbps 3 Mbps 5 Mbps 3 Mbps 2 Mbps 2 Mbps 1.5 Mbps Not to Scale 384 kbps 768 kbps 144 kbps 144 kbps 56 kbps ADSL Dial-Up EVDO Rev. A HSDPA UMTS/WCDMA WiMAX Cable Modem EDGE ADSL IX RTT FiOS GPRS 4G Wireless Wireline 2.5 G Wireless 3G Wireless Multiple Sources: Webopedia, bandwidthplace.com, PC Magazine, transporters, ISPs

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Broadband Speedometer – Ranges Up to 30 Mbps 1-6 Mbps Up to 15 Mbps 2-4 Mbps Up to 3 Mbps Up to 5 Mbps 800k to 1.1Mbps 400-700 kbps 450-800 kbps Up to 1.5 Mbps 220-384 kbps Up to 768 kbps Not to Scale 384 kbps 50-70 kbps 144 kbps 28-45 kbps ADSL Dial-Up EVDO Rev. A HSDPA UMTS/WCDMA WiMAX Cable Modem EDGE ADSL IX RTT FiOS GPRS 4G Wireless Wireline 2.5 G Wireless 3G Wireless Multiple Sources: Webopedia, bandwidthplace.com, PC Magazine, bearers, ISPs

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Consumers Benefit From Product Differentiation

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Wireless Licensees and MVNOs Compete Across Many Dimensions Wireless administration suppliers contend on the premise of value, elements and imaginative handsets, including marked and elite item and administration offerings, for example, Content focused to particular demographic gatherings, for example, Helio\'s versatile MySpace, or Combinations of substance and handsets, for example, Virgin Mobile\'s "Txt Tones" which depends on a selective manage a noteworthy record name and is accessible just on Virgin\'s Kyocera Cyclops telephone, or Other restrictive components, for example, the pre-stacked "Virgin Mobile Audio Messaging" administration accessible on the Cyclops telephone, and T-Mobile\'s met "HotSpot@Home" offering – joining T-Mobile\'s WiFi hotspot get to and authorized remote system administration for consistent scope utilizing a solitary multimode gadget.

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Wireless "Telephones" Have Become Multifunction Devices Source: QUALCOMM

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How Cell Phones Access the Web Wireless Access Protocol (WAP) The essential path in which remote telephones and gadgets at first got to the Internet and Web is through a

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