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Sprint targets T-Mobile with new 10 GB/$100, 40 GB/$120 shared family plan

Sprint is going after T-Mobile US and other carriers with a new family plan promotion that offers unlimited voice, texting and 10 GB of shared data for $100 per month. The carrier also said that families can choose Sprint's 40 GB shared data plan for just $20 more per month, or $120 in total.  

Report: Cellular-enabled tablet subs to jump to 200M by 2021, with U.S. a leading market

The number of tablets with mobile data subscriptions will basically double over the next years to more than 200 million, according to a new report from research firm Strategy Analytics. The forecast comes as many U.S. carriers continue to rely on tablet subscriptions for growth, with a long runway of tablet subscriber additions potentially ahead of them.

AT&T calls FCC's proposed $100M fine for throttling 'unprecedented and indefensible'

AT&T Mobility hit back hard against the FCC's proposed $100 million fine for not being transparent enough with its grandfathered unlimited data plan customers about how and when their speeds would be reduced if they use too much data. In its formal response to the agency, the carrier called the fine "unprecedented and indefensible" and said a court would toss it out if the FCC decided to levy the penalty.

AT&T adds fewer postpaid subs in Q2 than expected as it loses 322K postpaid phone customers

AT&T Mobility added fewer postpaid customers in the second quarter than analysts were expecting and many fewer than it gained in the year-ago period. AT&T notched 410,000 postpaid subscribers in the quarter and the company relied heavily on connected cars and prepaid customers for subscriber growth in the second quarter.  

RootMetrics: Verizon edges out T-Mobile for best performance at busiest U.S. airports

Which carrier offers the best performance at the 50 busiest airports across the United States? According to a new report from network testing firm RootMetrics, it's Verizon Wireless, which beat out T-Mobile US. The testing covered the first half of 2015. 

AT&T to tack $15 activation fee onto Next EIP purchases starting Aug. 1

Starting Aug. 1, AT&T Mobility is introducing a $15 upgrade fee for customers who choose to activate a device on its Next equipment installment plans, the first time such a fee has applied to Next plans. Also as of Aug. 1, AT&T is increasing the activation fee for one- and two-year contracts from $40 to $45. 

OpenSignal: Sprint posts lowest LTE latency figures for Q2

FierceWireless, with partner OpenSignal, is hoping to shed some light onto the latency issue. AT&T Mobility showed a slight increase in latency speeds on its LTE network in the second quarter when compared with the operator's results from the first quarter.  Special report

Analysts: Verizon, AT&T customers embrace EIP programs in Q2, but Verizon will add more postpaid subs

Verizon Wireless made a strong push into equipment installment plans (EIPs) in the second quarter, according to analysts' preview of the carrier's earnings, which will be reported tomorrow. That push mirrors AT&T Mobility's enthusiasm for EIP, though Verizon is likelier going to report stronger postpaid subscriber results for the second quarter than AT&T, according to Evercore ISI.

Wireless in the second quarter of 2015

How did the wireless industry perform in the second quarter of 2015? In this earnings summary, we list results from the wireless industry's carriers, handset makers, equipment suppliers and others.

Chronicling the quiet end of wireless networks, from CDPD to WiMAX

As wireless operators continue consolidate networks through acquisitions, roll out 4G LTE and make way for 5G wireless, they are also shutting down legacy wireless network technologies.