AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless are all hopping on new a shared distributed antenna system (DAS) in the Liberty Tubes and the Fort Pitt and Squirrel Hill tunnels in the Pittsburgh area in order to help prevent dropped calls for motorists.
U.S. wireless carriers spent nearly $200 million on digital advertising in June, up substantially from the $170.7 million they shelled out in May. And AT&T remained the top-spending operator in the country, barely outspending Sprint during the month. Meanwhile, Cricket Wireless surpassed MetroPCS to take fifth on the spending list.
AT&T said it will launch a pilot of Cat-M1 network technologies later this year as it looks to help businesses cut costs and boost device performance for IoT deployments.
U.S. carriers likely suffered through light handset upgrade sales and ever-slowing subscriber growth during the second quarter, analysts at Evercore ISI predicted.
HTC is hoping to grow its base of U.S. mobile users by slashing the price of its new flagship by $100 through July.
FierceWireless has partnered with TV advertising measurement firm iSpot.tv to bring you a monthly snapshot of the wireless industry's advertising spending and digital engagement. The results are for the top five biggest spenders among wireless industry brands in June.
It's election season, and as the two leading candidates gear up for their parties' respective national conventions, wireless providers including AT&T and Verizon are prepping for two events that are suddenly much more high-profile than they may have anticipated several months ago.
AT&T is continuing its shift into competitive mode when it comes to gigabit services, and is moving forward with its deployment of GigaPower into Louisville, Kentucky. Local news sources reported sighting the carrier's around the city, with AT&T confirming that its technicians are installing fiber in various neighborhoods.
In our latest FierceWirelessTech feature, we take a look at what major U.S. wireless operators are doing to enhance coverage and capacity for this month's Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia.
AT&T said it will partner with Squadle to deliver IoT offerings aimed at fast food chains. The carrier will provide connectivity to "help streamline restaurant management" by remotely monitoring tasks, inventories and refrigerator and freezer temperatures through AT&T Control Center, its IoT platform.