U.S. Cellular President and CEO John (Jack) Rooney plans to retire in 2010.
CTIA, Verizon Wireless and U.S. Cellular have come out against Wilson Electronics' petition to raise standards for cell signal boosters.
The long-awaited wireless price wars have arrived and it appears that carriers big and small are well aware.
Not to be outdone in the recent wireless price war, regional carrier U.S. Cellular has jumped in with both feet.
With prepaid plans dipping as low as $30 per month through TracFone Wireless’ Straight Talk service, it’s not clear how much longer discount carriers can compete on price.
U.S. Cellular is offering a new Overage Protection program so postpaid customers don't have to worry if they're going over their monthly limits.
By now, it’s well known that there’s no such thing as organically growing your subscriber base. With market saturation hovering above 90 percent, the only way to get new customers these days is to steal them or buy them. That
U.S. Cellular saw its third-quarter profits fall 60 percent as increased spending and a slump in roaming revenue bit into margins.
U.S. Cellular has applied for federal stimulus funding to provide 3G mobile broadband in parts of northern California, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas.
Companies in the news: Royal KPN, SkyTerra, Level 3 Communications, Consumer Electronics Association, Elektrobit Corporation, Southwest Airlines, Verizon Wireless, Yulong, U.S. Cellular, Page Plus Cellular, EA Mobile.
U.S. Cellular, the country’s fifth-largest carrier, lost 88,000 customers in its second quarter
It costs more than the latest iPhone 3GS and it doesn’t have a U.S. carrier/subsidy behind it
Nokia today announced the opening of its long-awaited Ovi Store.
Nokia said Tuesday it will lay off 170 workers worldwide to further cut costs as the global downturn continues
Nokia today announced three new Internet-ready mobile phones for emerging markets.
Nokia told Forbes that its new Ovi app store will open later this month with about 20,000 applications ready for download.
Cincinnati Bell Wireless is the first carrier in the United States to launch the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic smartphone.
Companies in the News: Nokia, TIM, Google, Yahoo, Strategy Analytics, IMS Forum, Aricent, American Tower, CommScope, Quantenna Communications, IMshopping, Twitter, SK Telecom Ventures, Sorenson Media, Qualcomm.
In a move to further cut costs, Nokia says it will lay off up to 450 workers worldwide and streamline operations.
Shares of Nokia spiked almost 12 percent in early morning trading on better-than-expected device shipments.
Nokia, is expected to report its worst quarterly result in many years on Thursday.
Nokia will cut 1,700 jobs globally as the company continues to face slumping demand for its products.
Nokia says it has addressed the initial problems with the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic device for the North American market
Nokia’s U.S. sale of the touchscreen 5800 XpressMusic device for North America was short-lived