Carriers are honing their focus on postpaid family plans, and they’re increasingly looking to prepaid to offer prepaid service to users with single lines.
The MulteFire Alliance is celebrating a big milestone with the completion of its Release 1.0 specification.
Verizon confirmed to FierceWireless that it is selling prepaid services through some exclusive dealers.
LTE Broadcast isn’t all it’s cracked up to be—at least, not so much in the United States.
Now that their 2016 buildout targets are met, Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) rivals Sigfox and Ingenu plan to continue their momentum with aggressive 2017…
The 3.5 GHz CBRS band will be making its debut this year with the General Authorized Access (GAA) tier, and Nokia plans to be right in there in the mix.
Jefferies cut its estimates for postpaid net adds in the fourth quarter for both Verizon and AT&T, citing increased competition.
The FCC reached a settlement with Straight Path over its failure to deploy wireless services as required under FCC spectrum licensing rules.
LTE Broadcast is alive and well, having made important progress in the past couple years, according to the LTE Broadcast Alliance.
AT&T sees Hotspot 2.0 as a “critical requirement” in its network and customer premises equipment, according to a network executive.