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Report: T-Mobile or Dish increasingly likely to swallow Leap Wireless

With its integration of MetroPCS' assets proceeding smoothly, is T-Mobile US gearing up to acquire yet another regional operator, such as Leap Wireless?

Wireless in the second quarter of 2013

How did the wireless industry perform in the second quarter of 2013? Check here throughout the second-quarter earnings report season for full earnings reports from the wireless industry's...

C Spire to expand local LTE service in Mississippi

Regional carrier C Spire Wireless said it will expand its LTE coverage area in Mississippi later this summer and also will bring LTE service to parts of Alabama and Florida by year-end.

Leap suggests its LTE roaming deal is with Sprint, hints at more device financing options

LAS VEGAS--Executives from Cricket provider Leap Wireless strongly hinted that the company's LTE roaming deal is with Sprint Nextel, which already has a nationwide 3G CDMA roaming deal with Cricket. 

Verizon boosts data allotments in prepaid plans

Verizon Wireless launched new prepaid pricing that significantly increases the amount of data its prepaid smartphone customers can consume per month with their plans, as competition in the prepaid market, especially among Tier 1 players, continues to heat up.

Leap's Cricket dips toes into world of big data

Cricket provider Leap Wireless is exploring how to use big data analytics to help improve the customer experience for its no-contract subscriber base, wading gingerly into the world of big data that larger carriers seem intent on exploiting in the years ahead.

Grading the top 10 U.S. carriers in the first quarter of 2013

The following charts the top U.S. wireless carriers in the first quarter of 2013 by subscriber base, according to research firm Strategy Analytics, and includes major metrics--such as churn, ARPU and revenue--of each carrier.

Leap sees improved iPhone sales, but will not purchase more

Cricket provider Leap Wireless said it seeing an improvement in sales of Apple's iPhone, but the company will not purchase any more devices from Apple beyond its initial $900 million, three-year deal that it made with Apple last June.

Leap introduces new $40/month smartphone family plans to spark sales

Cricket provider Leap Wireless launched a new family plan offer to entice customers to sign up for its smartphone plans. The flat-rate carrier also tweaked its pricing plans for Apple's iPhone, lowering the entry-level plan by $5 per month.

Sprint, U.S. Cellular offer deals to goose Samsung Galaxy S4 sales

As expected, Samsung Electronics is bringing its flagship Galaxy S4 to a bevy of U.S. carriers--and the operators are tripping over themselves to offer deals tied to the phone in an attempt to boost sales.