The wireless industry appears to be headed toward a transition.

Sprint is “on track” to raise much-needed capital through its spectrum lease-back scheme by the end of the year, according to CFO Tarek Robbiati.

Gogo plans to use unlicensed spectrum for its next-generation ground-based technology to improve in-flight internet connectivity.

More than 200 million people covered by Sprint’s network can now access services on the carrier’s 2.5 GHz spectrum, CFO Tarek Robbiati said Wednesday.

Verizon and T-Mobile say they will use the coexistence test plan hammered out through the Wi-Fi Alliance before they deploy any LTE-U equipment.

Nokia will support Europe’s first dedicated testing facility for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for traffic management purposes.

As the end of Q3 nears, T-Mobile and Sprint appear to be maintaining their subscriber momentum, while Verizon and AT&T are in worse shape.

UBS downgraded AT&T to a neutral rating from buy, citing increasing competition in the wireless market and the costs it’s likely to incur as it launches…

Cable operators are well positioned to successfully enter the mobile market as the distinctions between wireless and wireline disappear, MoffettNathanson said.