CTIA develops a monthly series of videos on new products, services and initiatives that benefit consumers. Wireless is constantly and dramatically changing the way we live, work and play. While each month's theme changes, these "Wonder of Wireless" features highlight:
Wireless at Work – Focuses on innovative products and services.
Industry Insider – Interviews with policymakers and influentials on various issues.
Policy Point – Explains CTIA's position on a variety of policy topics.
Wireless Lifesaver – Identifies individuals who have used their mobile devices and services to save a life, stop a crime or in the event of medical emergency.
To receive an email with the monthly WOW video series, please click here.
To view this month's WOW webcasts, please click here.
CTIA-The Wireless Association® offers membership to companies and organizations associated with the wireless industry. Since the wireless industry is so broad our membership is broken down into three membership categories. These membership categories are based upon the sector of the wireless industry your company or organization is involved with. Below you will find the definitions of each membership category and the appropriate form to complete to become a member.
Carrier Members hold a license or construction permit, or have a reasonable expectation of receiving an authorization to offer commercial mobile service from the FCC or other North American regulatory bodies. Annual dues are based on company revenue multiplied by a revenue dues multiplier.
Supplier Members are companies that provide services or equipment to the commercial mobile radio services industry as well as companies that provide wireless Internet-related products and services or engage in wireless Internet business activities. Annual dues are based on company revenue multiplied by a revenue dues multiplier.
Associate members are those companies or organizations that provide wireless service beyond North America or are consultants, resellers, academia, law firms, engineers, etc, working with the wireless industry. Annual dues are $6,000.