AT&T has agreed to acquire Leap Wireless, best known operating the Cricket wireless carrier, for $15 per share.
Federal regulators are expected to give a nod of approval to Japanese telecom company SoftBank’s bid for a controlling stake in wireless carrier Sprint.
Japanese telecom company SoftBank is sweetening its offer to purchase the third largest wireless carrier in the U.S.
Verizon wants to own all of subsidiary Verizon Wireless’ stock. And it’s willing to spend $100 billion in cash and stock to make it happen.
Metro Mobile here we come. The FCC has approved the $1.5 billion merger between MetroPCS and T-Mobile USA.
Good news, everyone! Your frequently crappy cell phone signal should be improving soon.
Microsoft could give its mobile operating system a boost by subsidizing phones itself, rather than waiting for carriers to do that.
Deutsche Telekom has confirmed that its American wireless carrier T-Mobile is in talks to team up with MetroPCS to create a single company.
While the Apple Store is where the spectacle is, the smartest way to get an iPhone 5 today is to visit your local AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint store.
The new offer gives consumers a savings of $15 per month over previous offers. Families that want in can get an even better deal, with the price dropping to $50 per month for additional lines.
Sprint late last week quietly announced it will phase out its Sprint Premier program, which gave loyal customers a way to upgrade their phones as often as once a year.
In early October, AT&T may implement a new policy of throttling bandwidth for customers who have unlimited data plans, reports 9 to 5 Mac. The policy change would coincide with the the rumored launch date for the iPhone 5.
Wireless carrier Sprint announced today it has struck a 15-year agreement with upcoming 4G wireless provider LightSquared, which could allow Sprint to move on from WiMax 4G to more-promsing 4G LTE technology.
Google is disabling access to tethering applications in the Android Market at the request of wireless carriers AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon.
Whether intentional or not, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse may have started luring bitter T-Mobile subscribers to the Sprint network who share common ground with him when it comes to AT&T.
Smart grid wireless communications and software player SmartSynch has raised $25.6 million out of a planned $33.4 million round.