State-owned China Telecom, the country's third biggest mobile phone operator by subscribers, said Wednesday that profit grew in the first half of the year as revenue from iPhone sales kicked in. Beijing-based China Telecom, also the world's biggest fixed-line telephone operator...
China's wireless subscriber base swelled to 841.94 million in December, the country's top three...
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Companies in the News: Qualcomm, Thumbplay, Cricket Communications, Leap Wireless International, QuickPlay, MetroPCS, Third Screen Media
Cricket Communications announced a $5 monthly service for unlimited mobile video downloads.
Cricket Communications, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Leap Wireless, announced the addition of Motorola’s RAZR V3s tri-band device to its expanding lineup.
No-contract provider Cricket Communications recently began offering over-the-air data backup services from Asurion, the companies said today.
Leap Wireless International announced it will begin offering its Cricket unlimited wireless services in the greater St. Louis area starting today.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on its Website this week posted a recall notice about Cricket Communications’ EZ cell phones.
Leap Wireless International subsidiary Cricket Communications has updated its flat-rate, unlimited service plan offerings.
Pay-as-you-go provider Leap Communications is updating the core IP network for its Cricket Communications subsidiary, according to company officials.
So those $99.99 flat-rate voice plans are “revolutionary”? Don’t tell that to Leap Wireless International, aka Cricket.
Leap Wireless International, parent company of Cricket Communications announced that Cricket will launch its unlimited wireless services in Oklahoma City beginning April 8.
No contract carrier Cricket Wireless has announced another unlimited offer, but this one is not for voice and its far less than the national carriers’ $99-a-month plans.