With the FCC giving AT&T's Leap acquisition the thumbs up two months ago, AT&T is targeting Sprint and T-Mobile with its no-contract, low-cost provider.
The carrier added 1.3 million subscribers in the first quarter, proving that wireless customers aren't the only people gaining in the ongoing price war among wireless providers.
The carrier continues to wage war against its rivals with a petition to eliminate overage penalties across the board.
Of the big four U.S. carriers, only T-Mobile will let you use Samsung's new feature.
Subscribers can now snag an LTE-enabled tablet for the same price as the Wi-Fi-only model.
The $40 plan will offer unlimited data, but only 500MB of LTE.
The credit is extended to any new device, including the BlackBerry Q10 or the Z10
BlackBerry criticized T-Mobile in February for pushing iPhones to BlackBerry customers.
The speed of the service is capped, so is it really useful when traveling?
The carrier plans to replace all its 2G/Edge coverage with LTE, and start rolling out LTE on 700MHz A-Block spectrum.