Comcast, the country's largest cable operator, has expanded its usage-based broadband billing trial to its Maine cable systems, according to a report in Multichannel News.
H2O Wireless, an MVNO that is managed by Fort Lee, N.J.-based Locus Telecommunications and runs on AT&T Mobility's network, has revived an unlimited data offer that it had discontinued in 2011.
While T-Mobile's "free data" for tablets strategy is smart, it does make me wonder about the overall message wireless carriers are sending to consumers about LTE data and its value in the market. There's a huge discrepancy in the pricing of LTE data among the operators with some offering free data and others charging a premium.
While pricing can never be low enough from a consumer perspective, the ongoing quest for operators as they roll out LTE networks across Europe is to find a balance between competiveness and the ability to fund future investments.
The device upgrade plans recently introduced by T-Mobile US, AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless could help spike the carriers' margins, according to a new research report, but that margin boost may be eroded by intensifying competition.
Net10, a brand of América Móvil's U.S. MVNO TracFone Wireless, is bringing back unlimited data plans to customers who use a SIM card for AT&T Mobility's network, a TracFone spokesman confirmed to FierceWirless.
AT&T Mobility has begun enabling Apple's FaceTime video chatting service over its cellular network for customers who have an LTE-capable iPhone 5 and an unlimited data plan, according to an AT&T spokesman.
The online video industry shouldn't ignore what plays out in Washington at The Cable Show next week. The beltway can seem remote from Silicon Valley--where much of the online video industry is concentrated--but it's worth a visit.
By Anne Morris Recent first-quarter results published by operators across Europe provided a stark reminder of the issues they continue to face, with revenues flat or down and profitability tough to...
AT&T Mobility has imposed a new monthly 61-cent "Mobility Administrative Fee" for all of its postpaid customers as of May 1, a move that will bring in hundreds of millions of dollars in additional revenue for the carrier. AT&T defended its action, noting that other operators do the same thing.