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Rumor Mill: Target to team with T-Mobile for 'Brightspot' prepaid offering

T-Mobile US will power a new prepaid wireless service that retailer Target plans to offer starting this weekend, according to several postings on the Web.

Sprint ushers in LTE roaming era with 3 inbound, 2 outbound agreements

Sprint currently has a total of three operational inbound LTE roaming agreements, and has inked contracts with two providers for outbound roaming, according to internal Sprint documents obtained by  FierceWireless.

AT&T to use Lower 700 MHz D and E Block spectrum for LTE Broadcast

AT&T plans to use the 700 MHz Lower D and E Block licenses it acquired in 2011 from Qualcomm for an LTE Broadcast service, according to AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson.

C Spire, Cellcom to offer new iPhone 5s, 5c- U.S. Cellular, Leap still mum

Now that Apple is trumpeting that it sold a record 9 million units of the iPhone 5s and lower-priced iPhone 5c during the new models' debut weekend, smaller carriers seem to have been given the green light to announce their own plans to sell the new gadgets.

AT&T's Aio aims to be a nationwide prepaid brand, on par with MetroPCS

AT&T Mobility's Aio Wireless prepaid brand is starting off small, but has big ambitions; the company wants to be a major nationwide prepaid brand on the same level as T-Mobile US' MetroPCS brand.

Devicescape's Curated Wi-Fi service signs CCA, Leap

Wi-Fi offload company Devicescape struck partnerships with the Competitive Carriers Association as well as with Leap Wireless' Cricket unit.

Devicescape strikes Wi-Fi offloading deals with CCA, Leap's Cricket

Wi-Fi offload company Devicescape said it struck a deal with the Competitive Carriers Association for CCA's members, which are mainly smaller and rural carriers, to use its Curated Wi-Fi offload solution.

Moody's: Sprint, AT&T LTE rollouts will boost tower companies

Both Sprint and AT&T are expected to deploy LTE on thousands of additional cell tower sites, including sites gained through acquisitions and subsequently repurposed, which will lift the bottom lines of independent tower companies, according to a new report from Moody's Investors Service.

Entner: T-Mobile returns to the fight in Q2

In the second quarter of 2013, the industry grew by 335,000 subscribers, which is the lowest subscriber-add number this millennium. A significant reason for the low growth is that approximately 1 million Lifeline connections had to be disconnected because the carriers were unable to verify eligibility. The industry make-up also changed considerably in Q2.

Chetan Sharma: Q2 'the lowest net-adds quarter in the U.S. mobile history'

U.S. wireless carriers added the lowest number of net new subscribers on record--139,000--in the second quarter, owing in large part to Sprint's shutdown of its Nextel iDEN network, according to a new report from Chetan Sharma Consulting.