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Jeff Kagan

Technology Industry Analyst

Industry Analyst ~ Tech Analyst ~ Wireless Analyst ~ Principal Analyst ~ Commentator ~ Consultant ~ Speaker


Offering Analysis and Comment on News from Wireless, Telecom, Cable TV, IPTV, Internet and Technology

My job is not to make the news. My job is to comment on and help spread the news.


"Jeff Kagan became the single most widely quoted analyst in the telecommunications industry" says Dick Martin, Executive Vice President of Public Relations at AT&T (retired) in his book "Tough Calls: AT&T and the Hard Lessons Learned from the Telecom Wars"


One of the most frequently quoted analysts commenting on companies, products, trends and the changing industry


Kagan shares his opinion on What's Hot, What's Not, Why and What's coming Next!

with the media, reporters and journalists, customers, investors, executives and partners. 

He gives comments to the media for free and charges everyone else.



What others say about Jeff Kagan


Jeff Kagan is one of the top ten most quoted tech analysts out of 4,000 in the United States, and in fact in other countries as well. Apollo Research, London

Always makes me feel plugged in when I learn big news from a Jeff Kagan email. #yahoo Yinka Adegoke, Reuters' New York Media Correspondent. May 13 2012

Jeff Kagan is a judge on the Compass Intelligence Awards Selection Panel. Awards will be hosted at the 2014 International CES on January 8, 2014.

 Jeff Kagan was named in The Top 50 VoIP Experts to Follow on Twitter list, according to at

 Jeff Kagan, a well-respected technology industry analyst. Tampa Tribune, Aug 1 2013

Jeff Kagan is Judge at 2013 CTIA Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Awards competition.

According to AdWeek Magazine, Jeff Kagan is one of the most influential technology analysts in the America, and the highest ranked telecom industry analyst, in their Influencers Report.

Jeff Kagan often speaks at Kennesaw State University (KSU), Coles Business School, Kennesaw GA. Ranked 43 among colleges, and 25 among public colleges.

"What man is key to press coverage of the telecommunications industry? What man's disappearance would bring telco reporting to a grinding halt? Never heard of Jeff Kagan? Well, obviously you don't read about the telecom industry. Because if you did, you'd have heard of him, all right."

Meanwhile, the hardest-working telecom commentator in America is still going strong. We marveled at the astounding ubiquity of Jeff Kagan, a telecom industry analyst with a remarkable talent for getting himself quoted in stories about phone companies. Kagan, we wrote, "has that rare and beautiful quality reporters treasure: He returns your call promptly, and he gives you a quotable comment you can drop in your story when you are minutes away from deadline. He's what we like to call the quote-a-matic of telecom reporting."

Jeff Kagan was invited to appear before the FCC and the US Congress offering his opinion on the state of the industry and the various wireless and wire line telecom mergers and the converging marketplace. Kagan was member of the US Speaker of the House of Representatives high tech roundtable. 

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A few sample interviews on networks like CNBC, Fox News and CNN... 

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CNN w Wolf Blitzer                       Fox News w Megyn Kelly

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Companies: To Schedule a Briefing


There are two ways to schedule a briefing. 

ONE: If you are a client company, just schedule it.

TWO: If you are not yet a client, you can still schedule a paid briefing. To discuss, contact Jeff Kagan at or 770-579-5810

Briefings are typically by phone, however a visit can also be scheduled.




Reporters & The Media


Jeff Kagan offers analysis and comment on breaking news by phone or by email. 

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Phone 770-579-5810


Always makes me feel plugged in when I learn big news from a Jeff Kagan email. #yahoo Yinka Adegoke, Reuters' New York Media Correspondent.

"Jeff Kagan, an independent mobile analyst ranked as one of the most influential tech thinkers in the U.S., according to AdWeek." according to Lisa Eadicicco of International Business Times


Jeff Kagan is one of the most frequently quoted analysts commenting on the changing industry




Clients and Potential Clients


If you would like to have Jeff Kagan follow your company or to discuss becoming a consulting client 

please contact Jeff Kagan. He can be reached at or 770-579-5810



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Press releases: comment, analysis & opinion on the news

 Analysis and comment on tech products, services and trends and the changes that are reshaping the industry.

Discussing who's winning, who's losing, why, what's next and what's new.

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How Best Buy Can Make a Comeback


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Jeff Kagan is also a columnist writing for both E-Commerce Times and, a Global Financial Community magazine and now web site started in the 1950's.



The Ultra High-Speed Internet Race Is On

By Jeff Kagan

E-Commerce Times

04/17/14 12:07 PM PT

We are in the very early stages of an ultra high-speed Internet revolution that will benefit everyone: carriers, cities, companies and customers. Cities want it because they see it as a way to attract companies. That means they increase their tax base and have a strong growth economy. Companies want it because they see this as a competitive advantage, at least for a while, until everyone has it.


Want to watch a new tech race? Keep your eyes on the new 1 Gbps ultra high-speed Internet race. Over the next few years, this will continue to grow and become one of the hottest races around. So who will the leaders be? Today, entrants like Google, AT&T, C Spire and CenturyLink already have started their race for the gold.

First, it's important to understand this race, so let's pull back the camera. We can see that this race actually has been running for quite a long while. It is not new. Every year, local telephone companies like AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink continue to increase Internet speeds. So do cable television companies like Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cox.

However, as fast as these speeds are -- and they are extremely fast -- Google wanted more. Google pointed to other countries where Internet speeds were even faster. Google wanted to speed up the process. So in typical Google fashion, it entered the race in Kansas City with its 1 Gbps service and challenged the existing providers.

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Jeff Kagan: Why Did Google Disappoint and What’s Next?

By Jeff Kagan  

April 17, 2014 2:35PM   

Tickers Mentioned: GOOG  AMZN  FB  T  VZ

We knew it had to happen. Google Inc. ($GOOG), one of the tech industry’s largest and fastest growing companies, missed Wall Street expectations. So what went wrong? And should we expect more disappointments, or is this just an occasional blip on the long-term radar? These are important questions whether you are an investor, worker, or partner with Google.

You notice I didn’t mention customers. That’s because customers continue to be blown away by the tech giant. Users and customers still love Google. However, this miss could make others queasy.

To answer the question quickly, let me start by saying I don’t worry about Google. Not yet anyway. I simply see nothing wrong that hasn’t been there for a long time. They are still a rapidly growing company that is changing industry after industry.

Google is not like other companies. Google does not just have one target product or one target audience. They may have started out as a search engine, but Google is so much more than that today. They ride multiple waves.

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Jeff Kagan: Microsoft, Yahoo, Sony Follow Netflix Into TV

Which Wireless Network Is Best for You?

BlackBerry's Coca-Cola Moment

Jeff Kagan: Status Report on Vonage VoIP

HTC Needs to Turn Up the Heat

Jeff Kagan: Every Company Rides Growth Wave Up and Down

Why Didn't Fliers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Call or Text?

Jeff Kagan: Cloud Based Computing Winners and Losers

Jeff Kagan: Sprint Chairman on Ultra Fast Internet and T-Mobile Merger

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: False Hope in the Sound of Ringing Phones

Sprint Softbank's Jockeying for the Inside Track

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Jeff Kagan Quoted in News Stories


The news media has been quoting Jeff Kagan for 25 years in thousands of news stories. 

Kagan is regularly quoted in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and countless other major national, regional and local newspapers, magazines, television and on the web.

Here are a few of the most recent.


RadioShack Shorting Out - Jacob Harper

Wireless Industry Makes Anti-Theft Commitment - By TERRY COLLINS Associated Press

Companies to voluntarily activate smartphone "kill switches" in 2015 - By Michael Roppolo. CBS News

Smartphone makers to offer ‘kill switch’ next year; some lawmakers say that isn’t enough - By Martha Neil

CTIA Caves, Volunteers Kill Switch Plan - By Jennifer LeClaire

Smartphone 'kill switches' on the way - Carolyn Said , San Francisco Chronicle

Drone Wars: Google Snatches Titan From Facebook's Grasp - By Rachelle Dragani E-Commerce Times

Apple, Samsung join smartphone anti-theft initiative, agree to provide a pre-loaded anti-theft tool on smartphones - by ibn

Phone and cable companies step up promotions and services - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

T-Mobile Ditches 'Greedy, Predatory' Overage Fees - By Kris Holt - E-Commerce Times

Apple's iBeacon Expands Retail Opportunities for Location-Based Services - By Sarah Sluis

Analyst: Samsung Galaxy S5 Won't Sway iPhone Lovers - By Jennifer LeClaire

Analyst: Samsung Galaxy S5 Won't Sway iPhone Lovers - By Jennifer LeClaire

AT&T to bring 1 Gbps FTTH service to North Carolina, By Sean Buckley

DBJ Confidential: Is your U-verse down? Here are U-options

Industry analyst Jeff Kagan gives Samsung Galaxy S5 thumbs up in initial review

Charlotte group building support for Google Fiber - By Caroline McMillan Portillo

China Approves Microsoft Acquisition of Nokia Devices - By Seth Fitzgerald

Will Google Offer a Wireless Service with Google Fiber? By Seth Fitzgerald

Why live-streaming won’t help cable cord cutters - Wall Street Journal MarketWatch, By Quentin Fottrell

T-Mobile Won't Have BlackBerry to Kick Around Any More - By Kris Holt

Vonage : Jeff Kagan: Status Report on Vonage VoIP

BlackBerry Drops T-Mobile After Nasty Spat - By Jennifer LeClaire

Broadcasters seek more details on 600 MHz incentive auction - by Monica Alleven

Apple, Samsung Head Back to Court -- Again By Seth Fitzgerald

Facebook Internet Project: The Skies Have It - By Kris Holt TechNewsWorld

Foxconn Technology Co., Ltd. : Industry Analyst Jeff Kagan: Blackberry Cancels Two Phones and Partners with Foxconn is Great News

Malaysian Air flight 370: Could cell phone have really made calls?

HTC One M8 Is A Great Phone, But … By Joseph Palenchar

Cable One dispute could black out 15 channels

HTC One Targets Samsung Galaxy S5 - By Jennifer LeClaire

Could Apple make cable TV cool again?

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Could Apple make cable TV cool again? By Quentin Fottrell MarketWatch Wall Street Journal

Malaysian Air flight 370: Could cell phone have really made calls? -

Netflix, Comcast Spar Over Net Neutrality - By Kris Holt E-Commerce Times

Comcast Isn't Offering HBO Go For Roku Users Any Time Soon - Brianna Valleskey, Benzinga

LIVE RADIO INTERVIEW: 3-17-14 - John Williams Show - 3 PM CBS Minnesota

Comcast teams with NRG on marketing program for electricity customers - By Michael Sanserino / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Huawei, Others Causing Trouble for Apple Brand - by  Andrew Berg

Billion-Dollar YouTube Suit Ends With a Whimper - by Kris Holt E-Commerce Times

Were the Phones on Flight MH370 Ever Connected? By Lance Ulanoff

9 Things That Didn't Happen to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - By Joshua A. Krisch

Is Facebook Ramping Up App Marketing? By Adam Dickter

iPhone 6 Release Round Up: Release Date in September, Larger Display Could Beat Samsung Galaxy S5 , By Surbhi

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Quoted in Thousands of BLOG Posts


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Radio and Television interviews 


A sample of radio and TV news stories where Jeff Kagan has been interviewed 

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CNBC interview on The Kudlow Report, spring 2011      CNBC interview on Smart phones, spring 2011


Jeff Kagan with Dale Cardwell of TrustDALE TV show Fall 2012



Contact Jeff Kagan


If you would like to discuss becoming a client of Jeff Kagan or if you have comments, questions, suggestions or complaints send email to and say hello.

Telephone 770.579.5810   Address; PO Box 670562   Marietta GA 30066




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