T-Mobile USA is offering enterprise subscribers up to $200 in credits per line to switch their service over to T-Mobile, part of a wider company effort to strengthen T-Mobile's foothold in the B2B market.
Sprint Nextel is reviving a $400 credit for families who switch to Sprint from another carrier and sign up for its Simply Everything Family or Everything Data Family plans.
Nokia (NYSE:NOK) CTO Rich Green is taking a leave of absence from the company due to personal reasons, the latest in a string of blows the handset maker has sustained over the past few days.
Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) dealers allegedly lowered their credit standards in a bid to pump up subscriber numbers, according to a Bloomberg report, which cited three former Clearwire dealers and
Nokia's (NYSE:NOK) fortunes took another tumble, as Moody's cut the handset maker's credit rating, citing the company's deteriorating market position and uncertainty over its transition to
Nokia's (NYSE:NOK) credit rating was slashed for the first time by Standard & Poor's Ratings Service, which cut the debt rating based on projections of declining market share and weaker operating
Standard & Poor's Ratings Service may lower Nokia's (NYSE:NOK) credit rating, which would be the first cut ever for the company and is the latest bit of dispiriting news to befall the world's
Standard & Poor's Ratings Service downgraded Sprint Nextel's credit rating, making good on its warning from November. S&P cited the carrier's continuing postpaid subscriber losses as a key
Moody's Investors Service reduced Sprint Nextel's credit rating on Friday, a further marker of concerns about the company's ability to turn around its struggling postpaid business. The action came a
Sprint Nextel was warned by Standard & Poor's Ratings Service that its junk credit rating is at risk of being downgraded because of deteriorating market performance. The move is the latest blow