How did the wireless industry perform in the fourth quarter of 2013? Check here throughout the fourth-quarter earnings report season for full earnings reports from the wireless industry's...
How did the wireless industry perform in the third quarter of 2013? Check here throughout the third-quarter earnings report season for full earnings reports from the wireless industry's carriers,...
U.S. Cellular confirmed that it is no longer using the "Belief Project" brand that it introduced two years ago. Further, the carrier has discontinued or changed many of the elements of the Belief Project, and its offerings now more closely align with those from its larger rivals like AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless.
In the wake of AT&T Mobility's proposed acquisition of Leap Wireless, nTelos CEO James Hyde said his company's spectrum holdings are an increasingly valuable asset.
The fate of the regional operator is in question in light of the recent consolidation in the U.S. wireless industry. Research firm iGR estimates that the number of subscribers serviced by regional operators has dwindled from 22.2 million in 2012 to 12.5 million today. And with AT&T Mobility's planned $1.2 billion acquisition of Leap Wireless, that number will likely drop to 8 million or fewer by the end of 2013.
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T-Mobile US said it will buy 10 MHz of AWS spectrum from U.S. Cellular for $308 million in cash, bolstering its spectrum portfolio as it seeks to expand its LTE network using AWS airwaves.
Verizon Wireless CEO Dan Mead will become the new chairman of the CTIA, succeeding Mary Dillon, who this weekend stepped down as CEO of U.S. Cellular, the CTIA confirmed.
U.S. Cellular said CEO Mary Dillon left the company and has been replaced by Kenneth Meyers, a longtime wireless and telecom executive and a veteran of Telephone & Data Systems, U.S. Cellular's parent company.
U.S. Cellular is getting into the home phone business with the launch of its new U.S. Cellular Home Phone device, which will sell for a penny with a two-year contract and provides unlimited nationwide calling over its CDMA network using standard corded or cordless phones for $20 per month. The launch signals U.S. Cellular's attempt to challenge wireline phone providers and their home turf with a cheaper service.