In this episode of Tuesdays with Roger, we take a look at the growth of online video and its affect on the network. Our discussion looks at how operators are maintaining the health of their networks, while also promoting video as the next great driver of data consumption. Join us!
While T-Mobile's subscriber additions are some of the best in the business right now, the means...
The report also cites unnamed sources who say Google’s foray into mobile service could be...
Starting April 18, all new and existing customers will automatically get the new data plans...
“Let’s see if we can at least get the duopoly to wake up...”
Credo’s resistance to pressure from ALEC comes a week after T-Mobile confirmed that it would no longer be a member...
T-Mobile should be nice to the carriers it sees on the way up because it might meet them on its way down.
As Sprint and T-Mobile both offer variations on the unlimited plan, Verizon has posted a blog penned by Jack Gold, president and founder of J. Gold Associates, which laments network congestion...
T-Mobile has long been predicted to move past Sprint and become the third-largest U.S. carrier.
The list does not include Northstar or SNR Wireless, the two designated entity (DE) bidding partners Dish aligned itself with during the auction.
Rumors of a Google MVNO that will operate on Sprint, T-Mobile and over Wi-Fi, were essentially confirmed by Google Vice President Sundar Pichai during...
T-Mobile's map now reflects "near real-time customer experiences" on its network, information that is based on more than 200 million actual customer usage data points every day.
Samsung announced its new phones during a media event in Barcelona ahead of Mobile World Congress. The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge feature higher quality materials than...
Consumers can currently register to get one of Samsung's new devices when it launches sometime this month. That said, pricing is still unknown for Samsung's new flagship line.
MetroPCS’s new plan included unlimited talk, text with the first 1GB of data at “up to 4G speeds.”
After getting shut out in RootMetrics’ U.S. airport mobile network performance study for the first half of 2014, Sprint is on the board...
The NLRB said the case showed how management at T-Mobile worked to suppress workers from organizing through "unlawful corporate policies issued from the highest levels of the company."
T-Mobile’s move to cover device costs for switching customers comes just days after Sprint already committed to do the same.
In addition to the rate plans, T-Mobile for Business will include dot com domains from GoDaddy...
Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner is back and today we’re talking about the Un-carrier announcement coming tomorrow from T-Mobile.
Sprint Monday unveiled Workplace-as-a-Service (WaaS), its new fully managed communications and productivity product suite for businesses.
T-Mobile says that 27 percent of its postpaid customers have so far dipped into their rollover data.
According to a press release, the carrier is now offering to pay all costs associated with switching from another carrier, including the remaining balance on any financed devices, as well as early termination fees (ETF).
The release is coupled with statements from Wheeler and the four other FCC commissioners.
Lawyers from AT&T and Verizon are likely poring over the just released 400-page document before they ask their clients for the go-ahead signatures to take the issue to the courts.
“We’re confident we can keep growing and generating cash on a fully levered basis,” said T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter.
In Dish, T-Mobile could have a valuable partner on many levels.
“Charlie Ergen’s done a masterful job of creating a very differentiated mid-band spectrum position.”
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