T-Mobile reports that it’s seen speeds increase 5 to 10 times since it launched LAA in the fourth quarter of last year.

Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure paid a visit to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and others to talk about eliminating barriers to Sprint’s 4G and 5G deployments.

SES and Intelsat are proposing that the U.S. set up a joint use framework.

Following T-Mobile’s heady performance in the wireless industry in 2017, analysts are predicting much of the same this year.

Nokia’s North American CTO Mike Murphy says while LTE will indeed be around for a while, there’s a limit to how far LTE can take a carrier.

As carriers rush to switch on the nation’s first 5G services, some executives are already talking about what might be next.

The wireless industry is going to compete on LTE well into the next decade, T-Mobile's CTO Neville Ray predicted.

Shentel said it would pay Sprint $60 million to expand its affiliate service territory.