MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS) posted solid second-quarter results, and the flat-rate, prepaid carrier also said it is still on track to launch LTE services later this year. The company reported net income of
As expected, Cricket provider Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) launched its BlackBerry Curve 8530 for $299, and also overhauled pricing for its voice and data plans. Importantly, the company introduced a
While the LTE adventures of Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ), AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) and LightSquared have managed to capture the bulk of the market's attention, regional, flat-rate carrier MetroPCS (
As the second-quarter earnings season comes to a close for the world's handset makers, it's time to start parsing the information to see which vendors slipped and which managed to get ahead. Here
The FCC approved what is likely the first LTE handset for the U.S. market, a Samsung-made phone that appears destined for MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS). The phone sports LTE capabilities in the 1700 and 1900
Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) has a lot to smile about after its second-quarter earnings announcement. The carrier posted a net subscriber gain of 111,000 customers--its first venture into net subscriber
Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) is testing a $50 prepaid monthly unlimited plan across the Southeast. Verizon spokeswoman Brenda Raney confirmed separate reports about the company's trial offering.
Harbinger Capital Partners (a Fierce 15 winner) awarded an eight-year, $7 billion contract to Nokia Siemens Networks to provide the network design and equipment for its wholesale LTE network, which
As the industry moves from 3G to 4G technologies, LTE is coming into its own. In the U.S., Verizon Wireless has already targeted at least 25 markets for coverage by the end of 2010. MetroPCS is also
MetroPCS (NYSE:PCS) is preparing to enter into the Android game with the launch of a smartphone made by Motorola (NYSE:MOT), according to leaked pictures and descriptions from the blog AndroidGuys.