Topic: carrier promotions
Wireless operators appear to have a new strategy for this year’s holiday shopping season: exclusive phones coupled with expensive services.
Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T are all withdrawing their buy-one, get-one offers on some of the market’s top smartphones.
Sprint provided its clearest view yet on the company’s attempts to reduce its network expenses by building out monopoles for network coverage.
The launch of the iPhone isn't leading to aggressive pricing promotions by the nation's carriers.
T-Mobile is working to goose sales in Boston, Austin and Atlanta with a new promotion that gives prospective customers a free portable hotspot.
The U.S. wireless industry in recent years has been awash in promotions that seemed too good to be true.
Sprint confirmed that it is testing new unlimited data pricing plans in six different markets around the country.
Verizon is offering a plan for customers in Florida who are 55 years old and over that provides a single line of service for $60 per month.
Sprint will continue to offer a free year of unlimited service to customers who switch to the carrier and bring their own phone.
AT&T has become the first mobile operator in the U.S. to introduce a “buy one, get one free” (BOGO) promotion for the $1,000 iPhone X.