Shares of U.S. Cellular dropped after the carrier posted disappointing Q4 results, but the company is hoping a new unlimited plan can turn things around.
Wireless capex among U.S. carriers fell short of expectations in 2016, and it isn’t at all clear that spending will ramp up significantly this year.
Yahoo’s massive security breaches will be costly, but they won’t doom an acquisition by Verizon.
Shares of T-Mobile inched upward after the carrier said it grew both its market share and the bottom line in the fourth quarter.
Investors in tower companies should consider buying T-Mobile stock as a hedge against possible consolidation, Guggenheim said.
Nokia plans to buy Comptel for $370 million to beef up its software offerings, namely SDN and NFV.
SoftBank’s profit rocketed 71% in the latest quarter thanks largely to Sprint’s progress in regaining its financial footing.
Some investors are highly encouraged by Straight Path’s spectrum position—enough to help finance the company to the tune of $17.5 million in new debt financing.
While the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots were going at it on the gridiron, Verizon and T-Mobile CEO John Legere were having it out on Twitter.
América Movíl posted a net fourth-quarter loss of roughly $290 million despite increased sales.