Telephone and Data Systems (TDS), parent company of U.S. Cellular, said it won't provide a forecast for 2014 due in part to the "unprecedented number of actions related to pricing of service plans and devices, including device financing, announced by competitors in recent weeks."
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The integration of the policy server (the 3GPP-defined policy and charging rules function, or PCRF) with charging and billing systems is emerging as one of the key considerations in the 3GPP Policy and Charging Control (PCC) architecture.
PaymentOne, a mobile payments provider, today announced availability of its PayOne Mobile SDK with Android One Click API.
Cricket Communications today announced the introduction of local global calling numbers that allow for unlimited international calling.
This week, Mobile Posse launched a new service to help carriers meet those requirements.
T-Mobile USA is letting its prepaid subscribers buy service in increasingly tiny increments with three new pay-by-the-day plans.
Subscribers will get real-time alerts when they're about to hit their monthly limit for voice, data, SMS and international roaming under voluntary guidelines...
T-Mobile USA said today it will begin offering an aggressively priced $30 prepaid plan at Walmart...
What with Verizon Wireless' $50 unlimited prepaid plan, AT&T's $25 monthly GoPhone offer and myriad others out there, you'd think the prepaid sector was in for a tumultuous ride.
Verizon Wireless may have canned its all-you-can-eat data plans this summer, but it hasn't entirely given up on unlimited.
AT&T will begin offering a new, cheaper prepaid plan to its GoPhone customers on Sept. 18.
AT&T is discontinuing its A-List program two weeks after removing lower cost texting plans...
On-demand music service Rdio yesterday went live with new Unlimited Family plans...
T-Mobile USA yesterday announced it's expanding its direct carrier billing initiative to include more devices, and it's using several vendors to help it do so.
In-app purchases are poised to change forever the way mobile application developers sculpt their business plans. The days of paying up front for an app are coming to an end.
Virgin Mobile USA will begin throttling the speeds of heavy data users in October amid a widespread shift by wireless operators toward tiered data plans.
Federal regulators are proposing new rules to make it easier for consumers to detect and challenge mystery fees on their phone bills.
The European Union is introducing new rules that would make it cheaper to use mobile and smartphones abroad.
Verizon has some ideas about how to fight bandwidth hogs: charge them for it.
T-Mobile USA today announced a major makeover of its rate plans, with big changes to its individual, family and prepaid services.
Sprint has become the third U.S. carrier to agree to direct carrier billing for Android apps published through the operating system's app store.
T-Mobile USA introduced a new unlimited plan today that comes with all-you-can-eat voice, texting and data for $79.99 per month.
Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) introduced a piece of legislation yesterday aimed at reducing bill shock, the unexpectedly high bills sometimes received by wireless subscribers.
Google has launched in-app billing for Android apps, company executive Eric Chu announced in a blog post yesterday.
Apple has changed how purchases inside iPhone and iPad games are authorized after customers complained that their kids were racking up hundreds of dollars worth of charges.
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