Ahead of Tuesday's iPhone 6 launch, both Sprint and T-Mobile are looking to lure you away from your current carrier with attractive device trade-in deals.
With a Sapphire Shield display and Qi-Wireless charging, the Brigadier is a smartphone that delivers some surprises for its price point.
Carriers are slowly moving toward LTE for voice calls, but 3G isn't going away soon.
In a rather curious move, Big Red may be looking to try its hand at selling mobile apps.
The OMB gives the agency permission to collect data on the special-access business broadband market.
Sprint is late to the game, but now it also has a $100 shared data bundle that you can share between family members. But unlike the 10GB typically offered by its rivals, Sprint is offering 20GB.
Forget about shared data plans. If you've got a smartphone and a Wi-Fi only tablet, Verizon has a new offering that may better suit your needs.
Mobile carriers have some explainin' to do.
Big Red also made some improvements to the service.
Tom Wheeler's sharply worded letter questions why Verizon is singling out customers with unlimited plans