AT&T filed a lawsuit against American Tower arguing that the tower company is not complying with amendments to the companies’ tower leasing agreements.
More than 26,000 votes were cast, and the winner is Sprint’s John Saw.
Verizon raised its spending on TV advertising during the month of June, according to new numbers of ad-tracking company iSpot.
AT&T says it remains committed to its LTE-M network for the IoT, but that some customers will want NB-IoT.
Visible’s Jeremy Bolton, head of the company’s strategy, said that “we’re coming at this industry from a completely different angle."
Carriers that deploy Wi-Fi access points inside buildings may be able to use the same infrastructure for small cells.
After a relatively tranquil first half of 2018, one Wall Street firm forecasts the U.S. wireless industry should soon start to get more active.
Starry raised a series C round of funding totaling $100 million, according to an SEC filing by the company.
Chinese companies, including the country’s three major operators, are moving forward with an ambitious plan to launch commercial 5G services by 2020.
Huawei already commands a substantial business among a range of smaller U.S. wireless carriers.