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FRIDAY - JULY 30, 2010 - ISSUE NO. 417

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Dear Friends of Wireless Messaging,

Rex Lee, well known to us from his years in the paging industry has been in the news this week.

HoudiniSoft General Manager and Vice President of Business Development Rex Lee expects more carriers will adopt the practice now that the exemption from the 2006 DMCA ruling has been extended. He notes that the ruling expands the law for three years. "The biggest winner here is the consumer," he says. [source]

In a private note to me Rex said, “We have flashed over 2 Million Handsets — we took the concept of re-crystalizing pagers to the cellular phone industry in a big way. Only Paging Guys could of done this, LOL.”

More on this follows below.

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There is no charge for subscription and there are no membership restrictions. Readers are a very select group of wireless industry professionals, and include the senior managers of many of the world's major Paging and Wireless Data companies. There is an even mix of operations managers, marketing people, and engineers — so I try to include items of interest to all three groups. It's all about staying up-to-date with business trends and technology. I regularly get readers' comments, so this newsletter has become a community forum for the Paging, and Wireless Data communities. You are welcome to contribute your ideas and opinions. Unless otherwise requested, all correspondence addressed to me is subject to publication in the newsletter and on my web site. I am very careful to protect the anonymity of those who request it.


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‘Jailbreaking' ruling benefits San Antonio firm

By Jason Buch - Express-News
Web Posted: 07/26/2010 6:13 CDT

Statement of the Librarian of Congress

A government ruling that's being heralded as a victory for iPhone users will be a major boon to a San Antonio company that unlocks cell phones so the user can switch wireless carriers.

Houdinisoft, and businesses like it, now will be able to switch a phone's carrier for all functions — voice and data — rather than just voice and texting.

The decision that allows the practice commonly known as “jailbreaking” and makes it legal to change a phone's firmware or operating system is one of a handful of new exemptions from a 1998 federal law that prohibits people from bypassing technical measures that companies put on their products to prevent unauthorized use of copyright-protected material. The Library of Congress, which oversees the Copyright Office, reviews and authorizes exemptions every three years to ensure the law does not prevent certain non-infringing uses of copyright-protected works.

Jailbreaking allows users to break electronic locks on their devices to download software applications that haven't been approved by Apple Inc. For iPhone jailbreakers, the new rules effectively legitimize a practice that has been operating in a legal gray area by exempting it from liability. Apple claims jailbreaking is an unauthorized modification of its software.

Another part of the ruling solidifies the position of companies like San Antonio-based Houdinisoft, which contracts with tier two wireless providers like Cricket Communications Inc. and Metro PCS Wireless Inc. to “re-provision” cell phones, a process also known as “flashing,” which allows the phones to operate voice and text functions on a new wireless carrier. The process costs between $15 and $25 and Houdinisoft has performed it on more than 2 million handsets since the company's commercial launch in 2008, said Rex Lee, the company's vice president for business development.

Providers that offered re-provisioning have been leery of advertising the service despite a section in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 2006 that appeared to allow consumers to circumvent their carrier once their wireless contract expired, Lee said.

“They've deployed it, but they've been waiting for this ... ruling before they endorsed it and it became a part of marketing campaigns,” Lee said.

Possibly more important to consumers and Houdinisoft than clarifying the legality of flashing is the ruling that users can now install new firmware or operating systems on smart phones, Lee said. Flashing a phone only lets the phone use voice and text on a new wireless carrier, but changing the firmware or operating system allows it to access all data functions, including the Internet, on a new carrier.

Being able to do that increases the likelihood Houdinisoft will do business with tier one providers like Sprint Nextel Inc. and Verizon Wireless, whose customers tend to have advanced smart phones and may want to change their data service, Lee said.

“It's been a big deal and a big source of controversy,” he said. “There's always been a question of legitimacy, and today that's been answered in a big way. It's a big victory for us.”

Although Apple has never prosecuted anyone for jailbreaking, it does use software upgrades to disable jailbroken phones, and the new government rules won't put a stop to that. That means owners of such phones might not be able to take advantage of software improvements, and they still run the risk of voiding their warranty.

Apple spokeswoman Natalie Kerris said Monday the company is concerned about jailbreaking because the practice can make an iPhone unstable and unreliable.

“Apple's goal has always been to ensure that our customers have a great experience with their iPhone, and we know that jailbreaking can severely degrade the experience,” she said.

In addition to jailbreaking, other exemptions announced Monday would:

  • Allow owners of used cell phones to break access controls on their phones to switch wireless carriers.
  • Allow people to break technical protections on video games to investigate or correct security flaws.
  • Allow college professors, film students, documentary filmmakers and producers of noncommercial videos to break copy-protection measures on DVDs so they can embed clips for educational purposes, criticism or commentary.
  • Allow computer owners to bypass the need for external security devices called dongles if the dongle no longer works and cannot be replaced.
  • Allow blind people to break locks on electronic books so they can use them with read-aloud software and similar aids.

Although the jailbreaking exemption is new, all the others are similar to the last set of exemptions, announced in November 2006. The new rules take effect Tuesday and are expected to last a few years.

The exceptions are a big victory for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which had urged the Library of Congress to legalize several of them, including the two regarding cell phones.

Jennifer Stisa Granick, EFF's civil liberties director, said the rules are based on an important principle: Consumers should be allowed to use and modify the devices they purchase the way they want. “If you bought it, you own it,” she said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Children to carry GPS beepers in war on sex crime

Posted Wed Jul 28, 2010 7:37pm AEST

South Korea will give school children GPS-embedded beepers as part of a trial to stem a wave of brutal sex crimes against minors.

The beepers are designed to warn police of dangers and activate surveillance cameras.

About 1,200 elementary school children in Anyang City, south of Seoul, will receive the beepers in a test run from October.

The ministry of public administration and security says authorities will then consider adopting the system nationwide.

Each child will be able to use their matchbox-sized beeper, fitted with GPS technology, to activate any nearby cameras and alert parents and police via mobile phone.

The government has strengthened monitoring of elementary schools after several crimes against children.

Police last month arrested a 44-year-old habitual sex offender for kidnapping an eight-year-old girl at her school in southern Seoul and raping her.

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Doctors Embrace Smartphones, but Struggle to Connect with Colleagues, Study Says

By: Brian T. Horowitz

The results of a Spyglass Consulting Group report show that 94 percent of physicians are using smartphones. However, 78 percent of physicians reported they have difficulty with timely smartphone communication with colleagues.

A study by Menlo Park, Calif.-based Spyglass Consulting Group revealed a fragmented smartphone landscape among health care professionals, yet 94 percent of physicians are now using the mobile phones.

Physicians have widely adopted smartphones yet still have difficulty communicating with colleagues and patients in a timely manner, the report reveals.

In the study "Healthcare Without Bounds: Point of Care Communications for Physicians," released on July 23, Spyglass reported a 60 percent increase in doctors' smartphone use from the 59 percent mark it reported in a November 2006 survey.

Of the small sample of 100 physicians participating in the three-month study from March to May 2010, 78 percent reported problems with timely smartphone communication among colleagues.

"For a lot of doctors, they have the smartphone, but it's not integrated with anything," Gregg Malkary, founder and managing director of Spyglass, told eWEEK. "You need to have the right infrastructure in place to integrate with many of the enterprise systems."

According to Malkary, doctors are using multiple devices for various tasks, including personal smartphones, business smartphones, push-to-talk units, pagers and VOIP phones. Still, pagers remain the most reliable, he said, due to poor cellular reception in large hospitals.

"In larger facilities, cellular penetration is poor, and if you're part of an emergency-response team, you need to have reliable delivery," Malkary said. "Paging provides much more reliability in delivery of messages." To bridge the gap, smartphones with push-to-talk capabilities are gaining momentum in health care facilities, he added. [emphasis added]

Meanwhile, the Apple iPhone is the preferred mobile product among physicians, despite hospital IT departments not supporting the device and regarding the popular Apple phone as unsecure, Malkary noted.

The study showed a 44 percent preference for the iPhone compared with 25 percent for the BlackBerry. Still, physicians are forced to pay for the iPhone out of pocket because their organizations don't support them.

"They're supporting the BlackBerry only," Malkary said. "They [health care IT departments] don't want to put in the infrastructure to support a wide range of smartphones." Supporting multiple smartphone platforms is a burden with all of the patient information that needs to be secured and protected, he explained.

"Organizations today are not quite ready to provide that level of integration, especially with the iPhone-based platform, which they perceive as unsecure," he said.

Although a director of informatics or a CIO in a health care IT organization may be provided a BlackBerry device, Malkary said that physicians are turning away from the BlackBerry toward the iPhone because of its ease of use and because it is a status symbol.

Spyglass carried out the survey to research the opportunities and challenges of physicians in their communication with other doctors, nurses and patients. The study also explored inefficiencies in workflow and barriers for widespread adoption.

The firm cited the fee-for-service model of payment as an impediment to physicians' ability to communicate via phone or e-mail with colleagues or patients.

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BloostonLaw Telecom Update

Published by the Law Offices of Blooston, Mordkofsky, Dickens, Duffy & Prendergast, LLP

[Portions reproduced here with the firm's permission.]

   Vol. 13, No. 31 July 28, 2010   

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NOTICE TO CLIENTS: The BloostonLaw Telecom Update newsletter will be on vacation during the month of August. We will resume publication on September 8. Meanwhile, we will keep clients informed via memos and special supplements of developments requiring immediate attention.

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  • Boucher, Terry introduce USF reform legislation.
  • FCC extends deadline for replies in inquiry into survivability of broadband networks.
  • Univision pays $1 million to resolve “pay for play” investigation.
  • FCC, FDA agree to promote wireless-enabled medical devices.

Boucher, Terry Introduce USF Reform Legislation

U.S. Reps. Rick Boucher (D-Va.) and Lee Terry (R-Neb.) have introduced H.R. 5828, the Universal Service Reform Act of 2010, which is designed to promote broadband deployment and rein in the size of the Universal Service Fund (USF). The congressmen released a discussion draft of the legislation last fall (BloostonLaw Telecom Update, November 11, 2009).

According to its sponsors, the Universal Service Reform Act of 2010 proposes to limit universal service support in areas where there is competition and implement competitive bidding for wireless providers; allow use of the Universal Service Fund (USF) for broadband deployment; broaden the base of contributions to the fund; and maintain rate-of-return regulation. It also makes a number of other changes that are intended to improve fund administration.


Broadband deployment: The bill declares broadband to be a universal service, so support for the buildout of broadband lines would be explicit. It requires Universal Service Fund recipients, within five years of the date of enactment, to be offering high-speed broadband service throughout the areas where they receive universal service support at a minimum data rate determined by the FCC, either themselves or through resale of satellite broadband services. The FCC may waive this requirement for providers for whom offering such service would be technically or economically infeasible, and it would automatically be waived for providers that can demonstrate that their cost per line of deploying such service is at least three times the nationwide average cost of providing high-speed broadband service.

Developing a new cost model for universal service support: The bill directs the FCC to develop a new cost model for calculating high-cost support that takes into account the cost of providing voice service and high-speed broadband service. The new cost model would replace the FCC’s existing calculation methodology for rural and non-rural carriers.

Limiting universal service support in competitive areas: The bill directs the FCC, within one year of completing the new cost model, to implement a mechanism for reducing or eliminating high-cost support to incumbent carriers in areas where at least 75 percent of households can receive voice and high-speed broadband service from a competitive provider that does not receive universal service support. An incumbent carrier whose high-cost support is reduced in a competitive area may demonstrate to the FCC how much per-line support it requires in the non-competitive parts of the service area to ensure that rates for supported services remain comparable in the competitive and non-competitive parts of the service area. The non-incumbent provider in an area that the FCC has determined is competitive must meet statutory provider-of-last-resort requirements.

Changing to competitive bidding for wireless carriers: The bill directs the FCC to adopt a competitive bidding process to determine eligibility of mobile wireless communications service providers for universal service support. The total amount of support the FCC awards pursuant to the competitive bidding process must be no more than the amount of high cost support received by all mobile wireless communications service providers in the year before the date of enactment.

In areas where at least 3 mobile wireless communications service providers are eligible to participate in competitive bidding, the FCC shall issue a request for proposals identifying the area a winning bidder must serve and the minimum requirements for serving the area. The FCC shall select up to 2 winning mobile wireless communications service providers in each service area and should consider the amount of the bid and minimum proposed broadband speeds as primary factors when evaluating applications. Winning bidders shall receive a flat amount of subsidy per year for up to 10 years, as determined by the FCC.

In areas where fewer than 3 mobile wireless communications service providers are eligible to participate in competitive bidding, the FCC shall continue to provide universal service support at the per-line level in effect prior to the date of enactment.

Constraining fund size: The bill provides that in making the changes required by the Communications Act, the FCC shall ensure that the contribution burden on consumers does not unreasonably increase.

Tribal lands: The bill prohibits the FCC from reducing high-cost support to tribal lands, absent a finding that such reductions are in the public interest.


The bill assesses contributions on:

  • Any entity that pays into the universal service fund under the current system (e.g., long distance providers);
  • Any provider of a service that uses telephone numbers, IP addresses or their functional equivalents to provide or enable real time voice communications and in which the voice component is the primary function (e.g., VoIP providers); and
  • Any provider that offers a network connection to the public (e.g., DSL, cable modem, WiMax and broadband over powerline providers).

The FCC determines whether to use a contribution methodology based on revenues, numbers or a combination of the two. If the FCC opts for a revenues approach, it can assess contributions based on revenues derived from the provision of intrastate, interstate and foreign communications services.

The FCC could limit the contributions of providers whose customers typically make a low volume of calls on a monthly basis (e.g., prepaid wireless customers) or for additional phone numbers provided under a group or family pricing plan for residential customers.

The FCC could exempt from the contribution requirement providers whose communications activities are so limited that their level of contributions to the preservation and advancement of universal service would be de minimis.


Performance measures: The bill directs the FCC to establish and implement outcome-oriented performance goals and measures for each universal service fund program and to report to Congress about progress toward meeting such goals.

Audits: The bill directs the FCC to determine the appropriate methodology for audits of universal service fund recipients and ensure that auditors are trained in universal service fund program compliance and that they may only audit records that universal service fund recipients are required to retain pursuant to the FCC’s rules. It provides that any appeal of a USAC finding related to an audit must be resolved by the FCC within 6 months after the date of filing.

Other matters:

Intercarrier compensation reform: The bill directs the FCC to complete a proceeding to reform intercarrier compensation within one year of the date of enactment.

Traffic pumping: The bill addresses the issue of traffic pumping by prohibiting access charge recovery when an entity offers a free or below cost service and shares the switched access revenues with a local exchange carrier.

Traffic identification: The bill requires carriers to identify all traffic which originates on their networks and requires all intermediate carriers to pass through that identification so that carriers which terminate that traffic can seek appropriate intercarrier compensation.

Rural health care support mechanism: The bill clarifies who qualifies as a “health care provider” eligible for rural health care support. It revises the definition of “rural area” to among other things grandfather areas which qualified under a previous FCC definition. The bill bases support for advanced telecommunications services on the difference between the cost of service in an urban area and a rural area, instead of on the flat percentage rate discount in current FCC regulations.

Eliminating the parent trap: The parent trap is an FCC regulation which provides that a carrier which acquires telephone exchanges from an unaffiliated carrier receives universal service support at the same level for which those exchanges were eligible prior to the transfer. Eliminating it will encourage the sale of exchanges to rural carriers.

Permanent Anti-Deficiency Act exemption: The bill permanently exempts the universal service fund from the Anti-Deficiency Act to avoid the need to renew the exemption annually.

Prohibition on primary line restriction: The bill prohibits the FCC from adopting a primary line restriction.

BloostonLaw contacts: Hal Mordkofsky, Ben Dickens, Gerry Duffy, and John Prendergast.


FCC EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR REPLIES IN INQUIRY INTO SURVIVABILITY OF BROADBAND NETWORKS: The FCC has extended the reply comment deadline for its Notice of Inquiry (NOI) regarding the ability of existing broadband networks to withstand significant damage or severe overloads as a result of natural disasters, terrorist attacks, pandemics or other major public emergencies, as recommended in the National Broadband Plan. The deadline for reply comments in this PS Docket No. 10-92 NOI has been extended until September 3. BloostonLaw contacts: Hal Mordkofsky, Ben Dickens, Gerry Duffy, and John Prendergast.

UNIVISION PAYS $1 MILLION TO RESOLVE “PAY FOR PLAY” INVESTIGATION: The FCC’s Enforcement Bureau has released a Consent Decree entered into with Univision Radio, Inc., to resolve allegations that Univision radio stations or their employees secretly accepted payment from a record label in exchange for the radio stations giving more frequent airplay to the label’s artists, without making the disclosures to listeners required by Section 507 of the Communications Act. In a companion criminal action, a federal district court has accepted the plea of Univision Services, Inc., to charges filed by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), based on the same facts. The FCC and the DOJ coordinated their respective investigations and enforcement actions. “Payola — the idea of pay-for-play — misleads the listening public,” said FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski. “This agreement with Univision underscores the FCC’s focus on consumer protection and our commitment to ensuring that broadcasters play it straight with the public.” As part of the FCC settlement and the DOJ action, the Univision companies will pay $1 million to the U.S. Treasury. The FCC-Univision Consent Decree also obligates Univision to implement certain business reforms and compliance measures designed to ensure future compliance with the Commission’s rules. Key provisions of the settlement include:

  • General prohibition on Univision stations and employees exchanging airplay for cash or other items of value, except under specified conditions, and provided that such exchanges comply with sponsorship identification laws;
  • Limits on the size of gifts, concert tickets, and other valuable items that Univision stations and employees can accept from record labels;
  • Appointment of a Compliance Officer and regional Compliance Contacts responsible for monitoring and reporting company performance under the settlement; and
  • Regular training of programming personnel on payola restrictions.

BloostonLaw contacts: Hal Mordkofsky, Ben Dickens, Gerry Duffy, and John Prendergast.

FCC, FDA AGREE TO PROMOTE WIRELESS-ENABLED MEDICAL DEVICES: The FCC and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have signed a Joint Statement of Principles and a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on promoting innovation and investment in wireless-enabled medical devices. The FCC/FDA partnership stems from a National Broadband Plan recommendation. In general, the agencies recognize that wireless medical devices benefit all Americans, and that the public should be afforded the opportunity to benefit from this technology. Additionally, the agencies will work together to ensure that the public is protected with proper safeguards when using such technology. One advantage such an agreement could bring, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski pointed out, is remote diagnostics and health care in isolated parts of America. He noted that broadband enables remote medical monitoring, and that wireless devices can help diabetes patients track their glucose levels, or heart patients monitor cardiovascular data. BloostonLaw contacts: Hal Mordkofsky, John Prendergast, and Richard Rubino.

COMMERCE DEPT. TASK FORCE SEEKS COMMENT ON CYBERSECURITY ISSUES: The Department of Commerce's Internet Policy Task Force is conducting a comprehensive review of the nexus between cybersecurity challenges in the commercial sector and innovation in the Internet economy. The Department seeks comments from all stakeholders, including the commercial, academic and civil society sectors, on measures to improve cybersecurity while sustaining innovation. Preserving innovation, the Task Force says, as well as private sector and consumer confidence in the security of the Internet economy, are important for promoting economic prosperity and social well being overall. In particular, the Department seeks to develop an up-to-date understanding of the current public policy and operational challenges affecting cybersecurity, as those challenges may shape the future direction of the Internet and its commercial use, both domestically and globally. After analyzing comments on this Notice of Inquiry (NOI), the Department intends to issue a report that will contribute to the Administration's domestic and international policies and activities in advancing both cybersecurity and the Internet economy. Comments on this Docket No.: 100721305-0305-01 proceeding are due September 13. BloostonLaw contacts: Ben Dickens, Gerry Duffy, and Mary Sisak.

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Subscriber Trends Continue to Improve;Operating Expenses Again Reduced;Cash Flow Margins Remain Strong

SPRINGFIELD, Va., Jul 28, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — USA Mobility, Inc. (USMO 14.85, +0.19, +1.30%) , a leading provider of wireless messaging and communications services, today announced operating results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2010.

In addition, the Company's Board of Directors declared a regular quarterly cash distribution of $0.25 per share, payable on September 10, 2010 to stockholders of record on August 19, 2010. Of the $0.25 cash distribution, the Company expects $0.23 will be a return of capital and $0.02 will be a dividend distribution.

Total revenue for the second quarter was $59.1 million, compared to $62.8 million in the first quarter of 2010 and $75.1 million in the year-earlier quarter. Second quarter EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and accretion) totaled $20.4 million, compared to $22.0 million in the first quarter and $24.0 million in the second quarter of 2009.

Net income for the second quarter was $13.1 million, or $0.58 per fully diluted share, compared to $8.9 million, or $0.39 per fully diluted share, in the first quarter, and $44.7 million, or $1.93 per fully diluted share, in the year-earlier quarter. The second quarter of 2009 net income included a one-time income tax benefit of $37.0 million due to the settlement of uncertain tax positions and tax refund claims and a litigation settlement expense of $4.0 million. Excluding those two items, net income in the year-earlier quarter would have been $10.1 million, or $0.43 per fully diluted share. In the second quarter of 2010, the Company reassessed the expected level of the Company's 2010 taxable income, which allowed the Company to reduce the deferred tax asset valuation allowance by $4.7 million with a corresponding reduction in income tax expense. Absent the reduction in income tax expense, net income would have been $8.4 million or $0.37 per fully diluted share.

Second quarter results included:

  • Net unit loss was 72,000 in the second quarter, compared to 83,000 in the prior quarter and 158,000 in the second quarter of 2009. Units in service totaled 2,027,000 at June 30, 2010, compared to 2,449,000 a year earlier.
  • The quarterly rate of subscriber loss improved to 3.5 percent, compared to 3.8 percent in the first quarter and 6.0 percent in the second quarter of 2009. The annual rate of subscriber erosion also improved to 17.2 percent in the second quarter from 19.5 percent in the first quarter and 22.9 percent in the year-earlier quarter.
  • Total paging ARPU (average revenue per unit) was $8.87 in the second quarter, compared to $9.00 in the first quarter and $8.96 in the year-earlier quarter.
  • The quarterly rate of revenue erosion was 5.8 percent, compared to 4.0 percent in the prior quarter and 5.7 percent in the second quarter of 2009. The annual rate of revenue erosion was 21.3 percent, compared to 21.2 percent in the first quarter and 18.4 percent in the year-earlier quarter.
  • Operating expenses (excluding depreciation, amortization and accretion) totaled $38.7 million in the second quarter, a reduction of $12.5 million, or 24.4 percent, from $51.2 million in the second quarter of 2009. Operating expenses declined 5.3 percent from the prior quarter.
  • EBITDA margin (or EBITDA as a percentage of revenue) was 34.6 percent, compared to 31.9 percent in the second quarter of 2009.
  • Capital expenses were $0.6 million in the quarter, compared to $4.4 million in the year-earlier quarter, due to fewer paging device purchases.
  • The Company repurchased 176,839 shares of common stock during the quarter under its buy back program, and approximately $18.1 million remains available for purchases under the currently approved plan.
  • The Company's cash balance at June 30, 2010 was $129.1 million.

Vincent D. Kelly, president and chief executive officer, said: "USA Mobility reported another quarter of solid operating results, meeting or exceeding the majority of our key performance objectives. We were particularly pleased to see continued improvement in the pace of subscriber erosion, which slowed for the third consecutive quarter. At the same time, revenue, ARPU, and operating margins remained at high levels while our expense reduction efforts continued on track, all consistent with the financial guidance we provided earlier this year. In addition, we again generated sufficient cash flow during the quarter to return significant capital to stockholders in the form of cash distributions and share repurchases."

Thomas L. Schilling, chief operating officer and chief financial officer, said the Company continued to pursue various cost reduction initiatives during the quarter. "Operating expenses (excluding depreciation, amortization and accretion) decreased 5.3 percent from the first quarter and 24.4 percent over the past 12 months," Schilling noted, "including significant reductions in payroll expense and site rent expense. Operating expense as a percentage of revenue was 65.4 percent in the quarter, compared to 68.1 percent in the year-earlier quarter, with the lower expenses contributing to an EBITDA margin of 34.6 percent versus 31.9 percent in the same quarter of 2009."

Based on current trends, the Company is revising its financial guidance for 2010. Revenues are now expected to be between $230 million to $235 million, operating expenses (excluding depreciation, amortization and accretion) between $156 million to $159 million, and capital expenses between $7 million to $9 million.

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USA Mobility plans to host a conference call for investors on its second quarter results at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Thursday, July 29, 2010. The dial-in number for the call is 888-551-9020 (toll-free) or 719-325-2348 (toll). The pass code for the call is 4546380. A replay of the call will be available from 2:30 p.m. ET on July 29 until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, August 12. The replay number is 888-203-1112 (toll-free) or 719-457-0820 (toll). The pass code for the replay is 4546380.

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About USA Mobility

USA Mobility, Inc., headquartered in Springfield, Virginia, is a comprehensive provider of reliable and affordable wireless communications solutions to the healthcare, government, large enterprise and emergency response sectors. As a single-source provider, USA Mobility's focus is on the business-to-business marketplace and supplying wireless connectivity solutions to organizations nationwide. The Company operates the largest one-way paging and advanced two-way paging networks in the United States. In addition, USA Mobility offers mobile voice and data services through Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile, including BlackBerry(R) smartphones and GPS location applications. The Company's product offerings include customized wireless connectivity systems for the healthcare, government and other campus environments. USA Mobility also offers M2M (machine-to-machine) telemetry solutions for numerous applications that include asset tracking, utility meter reading and other remote device monitoring applications on a national scale. For further information visit

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Statements contained herein or in prior press releases which are not historical fact, such as statements regarding USA Mobility's future operating and financial performance, are forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that may cause USA Mobility's actual results to be materially different from the future results expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expectations include, but are not limited to, declining demand for paging products and services, the ability to continue to reduce operating expenses, future capital needs, competitive pricing pressures, competition from both traditional paging services and other wireless communications services, government regulation, reliance upon third-party providers for certain equipment and services, as well as other risks described from time to time in periodic reports and registration statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Although USA Mobility believes the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurance that its expectations will be attained. USA Mobility disclaims any intent or obligation to update any forward-looking statements.

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15 Glenayre GLT-8500, 250W, C2000, w/ or w/o I20
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50 Glenayre GLT-8500 PAs
50 Glenayre GLT-8500 Power Supplies
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San Francisco Bay Area Selects Motorola for the Nation’s First Public Safety 700 MHz LTE Broadband Network

July 29, 2010

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — July 29, 2010 — The Enterprise Mobility Solutions business of Motorola (NYSE: MOT) and the Public Safety Agencies within the San Francisco Bay Area have entered an agreement to build a 700 MHz LTE system. As part of the Bay Area Regional Interoperable Communications System (BayRICS) plan, the system will serve multiple agencies across the greater bay area, including San Francisco, Alameda County/Oakland, Contra Costa County, as well as the cities of Santa Clara and Sunnyvale. This broadband system provides an overlay to the existing Project 25 standards based IP cores and networks.

The Public Safety LTE system will be installed this year and is expected to be operational in early 2011. This first phase includes an LTE core, 10 sites and 330 Motorola Public Safety LTE user modems to provide Bay Area responders access to a host of media rich applications delivered over the new broadband network for increased public safety information sharing.

“This agreement represents a first step in realizing the BayRICS vision for a unified, state-of-the-art, mission critical voice and broadband multimedia network,” said Laura Phillips, general manager of the Bay Area UASI. “Combining a Public Safety hardened LTE overlay network with our Project 25 voice and data networks, we have the opportunity to equip our first responders with the advanced communications tools they need to better protect themselves and our communities.”

"As the Executive Sponsor of this Bay Area endeavor, the Bay Area Public Safety agencies participating in Project Cornerstone are very excited about embarking on this pioneering effort — as an "early builder" of the nationwide Public Safety Broadband network vision,” said Sheriff Gregory J. Ahern, Alameda County Sheriff's Office. “Project Cornerstone and the Bay Area BayWEB system will be the first deployment of Long Term Evolution (LTE) Public Safety Broadband in the nation. Historically, this is a very significant technology deployment that will have a huge impact on the public safety mission in the Bay Area. This is one of the most, if not the greatest, technological advancements in my thirty year law enforcement career, and it will have a huge impact on our abilities to provide improved services to our communities."

Motorola is committed to delivering the hardened LTE broadband solutions required for public safety and delivering innovative Next Generation Public Safety solutions that combine advanced new technological capabilities with the reliability of the industry’s most trusted mission critical solutions. Motorola understands that public safety requires more than just a broadband pipe. Motorola is establishing the building blocks extending from the mission critical IP core for first-responders to realize true mobile broadband connection speeds and access to rich-media applications delivered on advanced collaborative data devices.

“Motorola is pleased to partner with the Public Safety Agencies within the Bay Area to set the foundation for this next generation public safety communications platform. This system is the first of its kind and establishes a blueprint for a nationwide fabric of interoperable public safety broadband networks,” said Darren McQueen, vice president and general manager, Motorola Integrated Command and Control and Private Broadband Solutions.

For more on Motorola’s Next Generation Public Safety solution visit

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Easy Solutions provides cost effective computer and wireless solutions at affordable prices. We can help in most any situation with your communications systems. We have many years of experience and a vast network of resources to support the industry, your system and an ever changing completive landscape.

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Hark Technologies

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Netxcell launches Cell Broadcasting Center service

chatterji "We expect CBC to drive our growth path through its excellent communication benefits. Netxcell’s CBC is targeted to cater to the mobile operators by which the messages are sent from a server to all mobiles under a cell or a tower and can reach all the mobiles under a tower or in the entire country in a matter or seconds"

- Debasis Chatterji,
Netxcell Limited

Netxcell Limited has announced the launch of Cell Broadcasting Center (CBC), a service that can simultaneously deliver broadcast messages to multiple users of mobile networks. The company has filed for a patent and the system is designed in compliance with 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), the standardized body that unites all the telecommunication standards and directs all the GSM networks.

Cell broadcast technology is a one-to-many broadcast service as opposed to SMS which is a one-to-one service. It facilitates pushing out a single or binary text message to multiple mobile phones within an entire network area. In cell broadcasting, the information is sent to a particular geographical area which then reaches every subscriber in that geography just like a Radio or TV broadcast.

Markets in Europe, Mediterranean and other Asian regions have adopted this technology extensively and use the same for information, entertainment and emergency services. Global organizations such as the United Nations, International Telecommunication Union and international governing bodies are already developing global harmonization standards for emergency cell broadcast warnings. The WHO is planning to use it for pandemic alerts thereby trying to evade any disasters that are going to affect the existence of life.

Netxcell Cell Broadcast Center is designed for the creation and simultaneous delivery of cell broadcast messages to multiple users of mobile networks. These messages can be broadcasted across the entire network coverage area or within specific segments or cells. Netxcell’s CBC is targeted to cater to the mobile operators by which the messages are sent from a server to all mobiles under a cell or a tower and can reach all the mobiles under a tower or in the entire country in a matter or seconds.

The platform enables an operator to send news and other valuable information like new services, tariff plans & campaigns through the preferred broadcast channels. The CBC system will also generate additional revenue flows from the advertisers thereby helping them improve their bottom-line as the advertisers can use it for better exposure. As the product does not use service signaling channels of the SMS center, it helps operators reduce the costs associated with bulk messaging.

Subscribers gain access to news, weather forecasts, currency exchange rates, stock quotations, information on traffic jams, leisure tours, concerts, cinema updates and online games. They can also get information from the operators on new tariff plans, discounts, campaigns and emergency alerts about floods, disaster and natural calamities. The non-intrusive feature of CBC helps the subscribers avoid being disturbed much like the case with SMS.

CB message delivery is not affected by the number of message recipients and takes less than 30 seconds. The product can be used to roll out location-based services as the messages can be broadcast across the coverage area of several base stations or across the entire network of the operator.

Debasis Chatterji, CEO, Netxcell Limited, said “We expect CBC to drive our growth path through its excellent communication benefits.”

Source: EXPRESS Computer

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From: Enrique Llaca
Subject: Equipo de Paging para venta
Date: July 13, 2010 12:29:26 PM CDT
To: Brad Dye

Estimado Brad,

Espero te encuentres bien, te quería pedir de favor si podrías incluir la lista anexa de equipos para venta en el Weekly es equipo y antenas que pueden ser útiles para algún operador y están a muy buen precio.

Muchas Gracias,

Enrique LLaca
LLacom, S.A. de C.V.
Aniceto Ortega No. 817
Colonia del Valle Delegacion Benito Juarez
México D.F. 03100
Teléfono: (011 52 55) 55756204
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Listado de equipo de para vender: FOB México DF

  EQUIPO   Precio USD Dólar
Osciloscopio EMITEK de 20 MHz, 2 canales, mod. OS-9205 $156.25
Generador de señales HP de 100 KHz a 1 GHz, mod. 8648 $1,562.50
(4) Antenas para Paging, marca Celwave, onmidireccionales de 8 dBi, banda de 800 MHz $234.37 c/u
Antenas para Paging omnidireccionales, marca Decibel Products de 3 dBi, banda de 800 MHz, mod. DB-881-H60-Y $234.37 c/u
  Frecuencímetro marca Latron de hasta 3 GHz, mod. FC-2700 $78.12
(3) Convertidores DC – DC marca Newmar, de entrada 20-50 VCD, salida 13.6 VCD, mod. 32-12-35A. $312.50 c/u
Baterías para respaldo, de 12 V, mod. LC-R80610P1, se encuentran en paquetes de 4 baterías cada uno. Total 5 paquetes. $42.96 cada paquete de 4 baterías

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