Verizon leads, it doesn't follow, says the company's CFO. So you can just forget about Verizon following the lead of its rivals with great deals that benefit its customers.
ATT's approach is more limited, as any data you roll over expires at the end of the next month.
Sprint wants AT&T and Verizon customers soooo much, it's offering to cut subscribers' bills in half if they make the switch. But as with all great-sounding deals, you need to read the fine print.
Its rollout on AT&T has been very un-Nexus like, as the phone is locked to the network, tracks your tethering, and includes its own ringtones.
Early termination fees are one of the worst parts of a two-year carrier commitment. Now Verizon's is even worse.
The mobile carrier says it was testing the tracking technology, but it didn't rule out reintroducing permacookies in the future.
The telecommunications giant has apparently changed its mind, favoring acquisitions over a new business in airlines. In-flight Wi-Fi competitor Gogo isn't complaining.
AT&T is expanding its Next program to entice more customers into paying for their devices as opposed to opting for subsidies.
It's launching Nov. 14 on AT&T before makings its way to all the major U.S. mobile carriers.
Mobile customers who exceeded a monthly data cap had their connections slowed by as much as 90 percent, the agency says