How much data are customers of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint using? A new partnership between FierceWireless and P3 aims to answer those questions.
On April 28, the quiet period on collusion imposed by the 600 MHz auction will expire, triggering what many believe will be a renewed period of M&A…
Verizon launched an unlimited plan for prepaid users, underscoring its efforts to target a market it had practically ignored until recently.
China Unicom is moving to SDN and NFV in a big way, with a live trial in its commercial network underway using Nokia’s Virtualized Services Router (VSR).
The CBRS Alliance elected CTIA to its board of directors—notable given the alliance represents a diverse set of interests that haven’t always seen eye to eye.
AT&T caused a slight uproar this week when it announced it will offer “5G Evolution internet speeds” in 20 major metro areas by the end of this year.
T-Mobile US has started its first network deployments of LTE-U.
Comcast appears to be going all in with the LoRaWAN standard for the internet of things, formally joining the LoRa Alliance as a sponsor member.
There’s less than a year to go before KT will be strutting its 5G stuff for the February 2018 PyeongChang Olympics in South Korea, complete with 360-degree VR…
Expectations are fairly high that more spectrum sharing is going to be in the works for mobile operators, and it’s already being done at 900 MHz in Turkey.