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T-Mobile USA parent weighs 4G options

Deutsche Telekom is still mulling its options as it decides how to proceed with its 4G strategy in the United States, according to the company's CFO. Timotheus Hoettges, speaking to Bloomberg after a

Rumor Mill: U.S. Cellular launching Blackberry Tour?

U.S. Cellular appears poised to launch Research In Motion's BlackBerry Tour smartphone, according to a company product page detailing the phone's basic features and specifications. If the carrier

AT&T doesn't break even on iPhone subsidy until 17th month of contract; AlcaLu wins EV-DO Rev. B contract in China

> With its large subsidies to Apple, AT&T doesn't break even on iPhone accounts with high data-usage until the 17th month of a 24-month contract, according to a new report from Yankee Group.

AT&T debuts unlimited talk and text for $60 per month

AT&T Mobility just threw its hat into the prepaid, unlimited ring. The company announced a $60 per month unlimited prepaid voice and text package through its GoPhone prepaid service. The plan,

FCC to open inquiry on special access fees

The FCC will begin an inquiry into special access fees, which are the fees that carriers without wireline divisions must pay to backhaul their customers' voice and data traffic across their

News In Brief: Sprint, C&W, NTT, Tata

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Amazon.com unveils international vision for Kindle

Amazon.com unveiled an international version of its popular Kindle device that will be powered by AT&T Mobility and its international roaming partners, which Amazon said will allow users to

Sprint to launch Samsung's latest Android phone

For Samsung and Sprint Nextel, that magic Android Moment has arrived. Days after T-Mobile USA announced that it would launch the Android-powered Samsung Behold II, Sprint and Samsung teamed to unveil

PCD eyes Android, WinMo for new line of mobile computers

SAN DIEGO--Mobile phone supplier Personal Communications Devices announced today the formation of a new business unit focused on wireless devices beyond handsets, gadgets that likely will include

Amazon, AT&T take Kindle ereader international

Amazon.com's Kindle ereader is heading for the world stage. The company unveiled an international version of its popular Kindle device that will be powered by AT&T Mobility and its international