T-Mobile devotees are in for a treat tonight, as the carrier has confirmed that it will be making its popular Wi-Fi calling feature on supported Android phones completely free — meaning it won’t continue to use up any cellular minutes.
We already knew that AT&T had promised T-Mobile a $3 billion breakup fee if their merger isn’t approved by regulatory agencies, but now it appears that AT&T may have another $3 billion worth of assets at stake in the deal, Reuters reports.
Verizon Wireless subscribers on the carrier’s super fast LTE 4G network are now paying the price for being early adopters, as many users have been reporting sporadic 4G outages across the country.
AT&T’s 3G microcell, which uses your home internet connection to improve your cellular reception, isn’t the savior for the company’s beleaguered network that some may think.
Verizon Wireless hasn’t seen too much trouble with its 4G LTE deployment, according to the company’s VP of network operations Nicola Palmer.
T-Mobile isn’t slowing down with network upgrades, even though it may be wedded to AT&T in a year.
AT&T’s $39 billion deal to purchase T-Mobile won’t be entirely smooth sailing for the carrier — not that we expected any less.
Verizon Wireless isn’t slowing down with its plan to cover America in glorious LTE 4G technology: the carrier announced today that it will bring LTE to 59 more markets, making for a grand total of “at least” 147 cities covered by the end of 2011.
In a bid to help those trying to reach friends and family in Japan following the country’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, Verizon, AT&T and Sprint have all announced today that they will be offering free calls and messaging to Japan
Verizon this morning announced its fourth quarter earnings for 2010 and, for the most part, it looks like the company fared well, with strong wireless subscriber growth and profits doubling those of last year.
AT&T is set to expand its free 3G MicroCell offer nationwide to the top 7.5 percent of customers likely to receive poor service at home or in small offices, Engadget has learned.
Common wisdom is that Verizon Wireless is kicking butt and taking names with its Android phones, but recent sales data reveals that even a myriad of successful high-end Android phones isn’t enough to take on AT&T’s success with the iPhone.
Rest easy, Sprint fans. A 4G tablet is on the way from the carrier next year, company executive Paget Alves revealed to Forbes in an interview.
Cox Communications, the third-largest cable provider in the US, announced today that it’s launching a mobile phone service that it will bundle with its cable and internet service, Bloomberg reports.
Verizon is considering charging users based on the speed of their wireless data connection as well as the amount of data they consume every month, the Wall Street Journal reports.
AT&T finally has a MiFi, a device which lets you share mobile internet to multiple wireless devices, of its own. The company announced today that it will offer the Novatel MiFi 2372 starting November 21 for $49.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate.
Following the news of Sprint’s 4G network deployment in New York, T-Mobile is now boasting that it has the largest 4G network in America with 75 metropolitan areas covered.
Holding true to its promise, Sprint lit up New York’s first 4G cellular network today, in addition to other cities like Hartford, New Haven, and Trenton.
Verizon is definitely getting the iPhone next year, according to a Fortune profile of the company and its chief executive Ivan Seidenberg.
Even though Verizon performed better than expected in its third quarter, it still lost out to AT&T in contract subscriber gains.
Clearwire has been methodically building up its 4G wireless networking service around the country, starting with small markets and moving to big ones. Today, the companyannounced that it will launch in the big cities: New York on Nov. 1, Los Angeles on Dec. 1, and San Francisco in late December.
Broadband chip maker Broadcom announced today that it has acquired Beceem Communications, a company that has developed technology to support multiple 4G networks, for approximately $316 million.
Nokia has announced that it will develop mobile devices for billionaire Philip Falcone’s LightSquared — an ambitious 4G cellular network venture meant to compete with established carriers like AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, Bloomberg reports.
Ubiquisys, a company known for its femtocell devices which extend 3G cellular networks using existing Internet connections, announced today that it has raised another $5 million in funding.