AT&T is considering buying Verizon Wireless' lower 700 MHz A Block spectrum, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The result could be a bidding war between AT&T and T-Mobile US, which has reportedly also been interested in the airwaves.
Wireless carriers and handset makers are offering up a bevy of discounts and deals for "Cyber Monday" today, a day that has become devoted to online retailing following the traditional "Black Friday" retail rush after Thanksgiving.
Best Buy, which has suffered from recent financial struggles, is the largest single retailer for mobile phones in the United States with 13 percent of sales, according to a survey from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.
In today's spotlight, FierceWireless released its annual Thanksgiving list of the "top wireless turkeys." The feature takes a look at "products, strategies and plans that...
The National Football League could use the Internet to stream live games, but whether the nation's most popular sport moves to virtual distribution is "completely a business issue," Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said Friday.
T-Mobile US' rumored potential bid for Verizon Wireless' 700 MHz A Block spectrum, along with upcoming auctions of other airwaves, could prove to be a boon for tower companies, according to a financial analyst.
The Christmas shopping season is the time when the top four U.S.-based wireless operators Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile spend the most money on advertising and add the most subscribers. Their campaigns come at a critical time.
FierceWireles s takes a look at the holiday marketing efforts at Verizon Wireless, AT&T and other wireless carriers. Read more
Verizon Wireless launched a new tablet-focused data plan that costs $5 per day, opening up a fight with its rivals as the holiday shopping season kicks into full swing and customers go hunting for tablets.
AT&T Mobility, Sprint and T-Mobile US entered into an agreement with 45 states to stop billing customers for premium SMS messages they receive. Verizon Wireless is not part of the settlement but said that it too will discontinue the practice.