Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile all adjusted various elements in their rate plans and service offerings this week.
Dish Network has inked agreements with network equipment vendor Ericsson and tower company SBA Communications for its wireless efforts.
Nokia and China Unicom announced they have created a private LTE network for a BMW Brilliance Automotive plant in China.
Altice CEO Dexter Goei offered additional details on his company’s plans to launch a mobile service in the first half of next year.
U.S. Cellular has been testing various 5G services and executives said the company is determined to become a player on the 5G field.
Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg named Kyle Malady as the head of the company’s new Global Network & Technology organization.
Kymeta appears to be sticking to its strategy of offering bundled solutions as its founder and CEO Nathan Kundtz steps down.
Kansas City, Missouri, is weighing private-sector bids for a comprehensive smart city public-private partnership on next-generation technologies.
“Protect America’s Wireless” has been formed in what appears to be an attempt to block the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile.
Qualcomm says it’s clear that C-V2X is in the fast lane—including in China, where C-V2X is the technology of choice for China’s transportation system.