Clearwire Taps Telespree for 4G Data Monitoring

— November 20, 2012

Telespree Communications, an enabler of cloud-based wireless data services for carriers, retailers, MVNOs, and wholesale providers, announced an agreement to provide real-time 4G data usage monitoring services to Clearwire Corporation, a provider of 4G mobile broadband services in the U.S. Clearwire will leverage Telespree's on-device service enablement, active session monitoring, real-time charging and proactive alerting services to provide a broad range of capabilities to support its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) wholesale customers across their portfolio of data devices.

By incorporating Telespree's Mobile Services Platform, Clearwire wholesale customers will be able to offer subscribers on-device real-time tracking and notification/alerts of their 4G data usage. In addition, Telespree will provide rating services that support diverse data offerings like family or share plans for use across multiple devices, pay-for-use plans that help avoid bill shock, and tiered plans that enable different consumption thresholds at different prices.

MVNOs will be able to meter 4G mobile data services, track time and data usage activity, and – if needed – cut off and redirect data sessions in real time to a self-service portal for subscribers to purchase additional sessions or receive new offers. Solutions can also be integrated into the MVNOs' loyalty or other signature programs, resulting in improved subscriber interactions and increased customer satisfaction. The real-time data services are easily configured to fit the different market segments, business models, products and budgets of MVNO customers.

Telespree, a preferred partner of Clearwire, will integrate its mobile data services into Clearwire's wholesale network solution, enabling Clearwire customers to take advantage of a single full service platform capability for 4G data services.

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