J.D. Power released a report on Thursday looking at which of the big four major U.S. carriers provide cellular service with the fewest lost calls, slow downloads, failed texts and other common…
With the fourth-quarter earnings season coming to a close, it's time to take a look at how the nation's top wireless such as AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile US fared. Conducted through a partnership with research firm Strategy Analytics, the FierceWireless team is taking a look at all of the major metrics, including churn, ARPU and revenue.
Samsung hasn't officially announced how much the Galaxy S6 will cost, but T-Mobile revealed what appears to be the price for an unsubsidized Galaxy S6 in the details for a contest on its website (via The Verge). T-Mobile is giving a free Galaxy S6 to four winners, and the details of the sweepstakes list the phone's value as $699. Show More Summary
Google announced at the end of last month that it had acquired the technology behind mobile payments app, Softcard. Now that company, which is owned by Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile, is shutting down. Softcard has announced on its website that its app will stop working on March 31 and will be replaced by Google Wallet. Show More Summary
Softcard, the payments service backed by Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile, has announced on its website that it will be cease operations on March 31. Instead of running their own platform, the parties involved will instead utilize Google Wallet, something that proved highly unlikely in the past.
T-Mobile is running a contest in the U.S. through which customers can get their hands on the upcoming Galaxy S6 for free. And as is the case for all such giveaways in the country, the carrier has listed the retail value of the handset, which is at $699. As there is no mention of a storage variant, it is possible the model listed is the 32GB variant.
Softcard, the mobile wallet service developed by AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless, has informed users the application will go offline March 31. Softcard customers can use the app through that date, but afterward their accounts will automatically be closed. Show More Summary
There was no question that AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon gave up on their Softcard mobile payment service when they agreed to pre-install Google Wallet, but it's now apparent that they're beating an especially hasty retreat. Softcard is telling users th...
It looks like Galaxy Note 3 owners on T-Mobile are about to get a sweet treat. According to Samsung's support FAQ for the device, Android 5.0 Lollipop should be rolling out to devices starting today.
Is Sprint really the U.S. carrier with an all-new network infrastructure and the most improved customer service in the industry? Their ads would have you think so, but competitor T-Mobile complained to the self-regulating watchdogs over at the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council. Show More Summary
A T-Mobile employee testified Tuesday about texts between Aaron Hernandez and Odin Lloyd showing the former New England player attempted to set up a meeting with the victim hours before he was murdered.
T-Mobile may not have the money or the wireless spectrum its competitors have, but the carrier's still finding new ways to make its network competitive.
Although the unique YotaPhone 2, with its front and back displays, can work with AT&T and T-Mobile's networks, you can't buy the phone in the U.S. just yet. That's changing soon but…
Apparently T-Mobile is getting ready to launch an LTE service in the unlicensed WiFi spectrum. I’ve written a fair bit here at AVC over the years about the fact that unlicensed spectrum provides a path for way more innovation than licensed spectrum. I am a big fan of unlicensed spectrum and I believe that the […]
Wireless spectrum is expensive, which is why carriers are eyeing up at the portions of our airwaves that are currently reserved for WiFi. According to GigaOm, T-Mobile is planning to stick its tanks on the WiFi industry's lawn by launching a form of...
Google is going to be a wireless provider just like AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Well, maybe not just like those big companies. At industry trade show, Mobile World Congress, Sundar Pichai said Google will do its own wireless service at a " small scale" to "show what's possible." Google is going to be a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO). Show More Summary
The carrier says it will bring 5GHz LTE to customers in 2016.