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T-Mobile US claims it will soon have the fastest U.S. wireless network, but it likely will never have the largest. T-Mobile, whose LTE network currently covers around 202 million POPs, plans to top out its LTE coverage at around 225 million people.
AT&T Mobility confirmed it will make all of its new customers sign up for its Mobile Share shared data plans, in effect doing away with its traditional voice and data plans.
AT&T is shuttering part of its advertising network that had allowed advertisers to deliver ads based on the behavior of AT&T's mobile subscribers. Instead, the company is focusing on tracking subscriber behavior via its U-verse TV service and other internal platforms.
More than two years after its debut, Verizon Wireless re-opened its San Francisco Innovation Center yesterday touting the fact that the center has worked with approximately 300 companies.
Verizon Wireless wants to deploy small cells but only if they are inexpensive, according to a recent rumor. If true, that could help explain why the wireless industry's expected small cell ramp-up has not yet happened and, in fact, keeps being pushed out.
Vodafone said on Thursday that CFO Andy Halford,has handed in his resignation notice after nine years with the company and intends to leave in March after the conclusion of Vodafone's transaction to sell its 45 per cent stake in Verizon Wireless to Verizon Communications.
Verizon Wireless bested its Tier 1 rivals in attracting the most smartphone sales between June and August, according to a new survey from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech USA.
The suggestion that a more powerful Verizon Wireless could lead to the demise of FiOS--as first suggested in a FierceIPTV commentary--gained some market cred this week with members of the financial community.
T-Mobile US CFO Braxton Carter said he thinks further consolidation in the U.S. wireless market is inevitable and held out the possibility of a combination between No. 3 player Sprint and No. 4 player T-Mobile.