CEO Hans Vestberg defended Verizon’s millimeter wave spectrum strategy one day after T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray blasted its “spotty” and “unreliable” 5G coverage.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter to say a Wall Street Journal story about the status of its merger with Sprint is “simply untrue.”
Analyst Craig Moffett sees an end to the aggressive price wars that have dominated the wireless sector since 2014.
Speaking Monday morning at an investor conference, Verizon CTO Hans Vestberg described the carrier's approach to architecting its 5G network.
Preliminary fourth-quarter results from T-Mobile indicate the U.S. wireless market is regaining its balance, MoffettNathanson Research said.
The fight over net neutrality is far from over despite the FCC's vote this week, according to analysts.
The failed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint is likely beneficial to the overall wireless market, according to MoffettNathanson, but Sprint's future is far from clear.
Sprint shares edged upward after the carrier posted 279,000 postpaid net subscribers in the third quarter amid rumors of a merger with T-Mobile.
The nation's second-largest mobile network operator lost 97,000 postpaid net phone customers in the third quarter but saw strong growth in its prepaid user base.
Crown Castle's shares rose after it posted third-quarter earnings, but analysts said its fourth-quarter guidance did little to illuminate the market.