AT&T is looking to counter the likes of Sprint’s Virgin and T-Mobile with a discount on some older iPhones on its $45 prepaid plan.
AT&T has submitted paperwork with the FCC to demonstrate 5G capabilities and propagation using the 28 and 39 GHz bands at a hotel in Dallas.
Wireless Everywhere is asking the FCC for an experimental STA so that it can conduct tests in the 3.5 GHz CBRS band.
The amount of postpaid wireless customers who have signed up for an unlimited data plan has grown to 53.4%.
Nokia signed an agreement with NTT DoCoMo to supply 5G baseband products for a 5G mobile network destined to be commercially operating by 2020.
Verizon said it will book nearly $17 billion in gains, and analysts are now speculating on what the telecom carrier might do with its payout.
Telrad Networks and Federated Wireless announced a partnership agreement to deliver LTE fixed wireless services using the emerging CBRS 3.5 GHz band.
The chairman of the FCC said today that mobile broadband service is not a full substitute for fixed service.
Cowen found that the number of U.S. iPhone owners planning to buy a new iPhone “was near the lowest levels since conducting our survey.”
A new organization funded in part by Crown Castle aims to educate Texans about the importance of small cells.