Major Business Issues Threaten 3G Wireless and Wireless Internet According to Alexander Resources

DALLAS, Texas, Nov. 29

Ongoing analysis of 3G wireless and the Wireless Internet by Alexander Resources, a leading research, consulting and education firm specializing in wireless communications, has identified significant hurdles to the deployment and acceptance of these next generation wireless networks and services.

Of issue are the impact of 2G upgrades, 2.5G deployment, carrier imbedded investments, and carrier financial, network and marketing constraints on 3G and Wireless Internet investment and deployment; the impact of domain centric service provisioning and billing; the effect of Internet usage on consumer service acceptance, demand and willingness to pay; the effect of device usability on service popularity, and the impact of spectrum cost and availability on service deployment and acceptance.

These and other issues critical to the success of 3G wireless and the Wireless Internet will be addressed in two important new business seminars produced by Alexander Resources.

The "Making Money in the U.S. Wireless Internet Market" seminar is the only business seminar to address the hurdles, opportunities, strategies and tactics to maximizing profits and revenues in the U.S. Wireless Internet market.

The "3G Wireless: Promises and Realities" seminar is the only seminar to provide a critical and objective examination of third generation wireless networks and services in the context of market, customer and political realities.

Additional information can be obtained from Alexander Resources at 972-818-8225, on the web at or by e-mail at

About Alexander Resources

Since 1990 Alexander Resources' educational seminars, conferences, research reports and consulting services have enabled a wide variety of telecommunications manufacturers, carriers and service providers to identify, understand and capture emerging opportunities in wireless communications.

SOURCE Alexander Resources

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