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NTelos to evaluate network performance before expanding TD-LTE service with Dish

Sprint wholesale partner nTelos Wireless is evaluating the early results from its trial of fixed TD-LTE service in partnership with Dish Network, and will look at how the network is handling heavier loads of data before deciding whether to expand the offering to more markets.

All eyes on CEO Claure's vision ahead of Sprint's Q3 earnings

Sprint is expected to report weak subscriber results for the third quarter, according to estimates from financial analysts, but an even bigger spotlight will be on new CEO Marcelo Claure's vision for reviving the company's results and boosting its network performance.

FCC allows 70 companies- including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Dish- to bid in AWS-3 auction

A total of 70 companies have qualified to bid in the FCC's upcoming AWS-3 spectrum auction, which starts Nov. 13 and will be the country's largest spectrum auction since 2008.

Sprint names SoftBank executive Miyakawa as its new network chief

Sprint named an executive from its parent company SoftBank as its new top network executive. The posting comes at a time when sprint is trying to catch up to its rivals in LTE network coverage and expand its deployment of its tri-band Spark LTE service, especially via TD-LTE using 2.5 GHz spectrum.

FTC sues AT&T over data throttling policies, says 3.5M customers have been throttled 25M times

The Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against AT&T Mobility, alleging that the carrier misled as many as 3.5 million customers with legacy unlimited data plans by throttling their data speeds and changing the terms of their plans. AT&T said the lawsuit does not have any merit.

T-Mobile's Legere: If customers try Sprint and don't like it, they'll leave and never come back

HALF MOON BAY, Calif.--T-Mobile US CEO John Legere said he is impressed by what Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure is doing to be aggressive and win back market share, but he warned that if customers flood onto Sprint's network and have a poor experience they will churn and never come back.

Ho's Perspective: Is prepaid still relevant? Yes!

Postpaid competition has been dominating mainstream and industry press headlines. Postpaid device and double data promotional moves by all rivals set the competitive tone as we enter the all-important fourth quarter. On Verizon's third-quarter 2014 earnings call, CFO Fran Shammo noted that the prepaid sector growth has slowed relative to previous years, and given entry price points are so close to postpaid, some of those subscribers are moving to postpaid.

Apple SIM details emerge: AT&T locks SIM to network, T-Mobile allows customers to switch

Although the new Apple SIM card for its new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 promises to let customers switch between different carriers' service plans on the tablets, there are a number of caveats to the service that have recently come to light. Most notably, AT&T Mobility confirmed that if customers purchase an iPad with the new Apple SIM card and activate cellular service via AT&T, the Apple SIM card will be locked to AT&T's network and customers will need to purchase a new SIM to activate the device on another carrier.

Nokia Networks sees N. American sales boom 58% in Q3 thanks to Sprint, T-Mobile

Nokia reported growing sales in the third quarter, thanks in part to booming business in its Network unit, which was driven by a strong performance in North America. The company reported its first year-over-year growth in quarterly revenue since the first quarter of 2011.

Sprint increases low-end shared data plan from 600 MB to 1 GB for $20/month

Trumpeting its new offering as providing a significant value over rivals Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility, Sprint announced it will offer 1 GB of shared data for $20. The carrier previously offered 600 MB of shared data at that price.