Verizon announced this morning that 10,400 of its 152,300 employees agreed to leave the company as part of Verizon’s cost-cutting efforts.
After almost a full week of voting, we’ve reached the final match: Sprint’s Michel Combes versus Cisco’s Chuck Robbins.
AT&T’s top wireless executive laid out his vision for 5G, noting that the company’s wireless business contributes 39% of AT&T’s revenues.
The results are in from round two, and they’re pretty interesting. Now, in the quarterfinals, things are even more interesting.
The results are in, and now it’s time to move on to round two.
We’re letting you decide who is the most powerful person in the U.S. wireless industry for 2018.
These charts offer a clear look at exactly how the wireless industry breaks down across a number of metrics.
AT&T CFO said that the carrier doesn’t expect to record significant revenues from 5G services in the near term.
The CEOs of Sprint and T-Mobile held a meeting the day after the FCC said it will restart its informal 180-day merger review process.
Wireless operators appear to have a new strategy for this year’s holiday shopping season: exclusive phones coupled with expensive services.