Topic: carrier promotions
With less than two weeks left in the holiday shopping season, Verizon is hoping to make waves with a new BOGO offer on the iPhone 8 and Galaxy S8.
A lack of aggressive iPhone promotions from carriers underscores a relatively placid market at a time when competition is usually roiling.
The U.S. wireless market will remain "relatively rational" even through a holiday shopping season that is typically brutally competitive, Barclays said.
Limited stocks of Apple's iPhone X dampened competition among carriers over the Black Friday weekend, according to analysts.
Here are some of the other stories we're following today.
Carriers have reined in their aggressive promotions this year during a holiday season that often results in a feeding frenzy to add new customers.
U.S. Cellular will offer one of three smartphones—including the iPhone 8—free to users who sign up for an unlimited plan.
Here are some other stories we're following today.
Sprint plans to take its credit card nationwide this week, according to Wave7 Research, expanding the two-year-old initiative beyond its current 500 stores.
Most U.S. carriers are stepping up their promotional activities to leverage the iPhone X, and Comcast's aggressive offering poses a particular threat to AT&T, according to Deutsche Bank.