Sprint loses 500,000 postpaid phone subscribers and misses Wall Street expectations by a long shot.
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking to create a clear, legal definition for the word "unlimited" and AT&T is in its crosshairs.
AT&T made a decision early this year that seemed like a good idea, but almost a year later, the only outcome is lower revenue per user and disappointing subscriber growth.
The company changed the terms of one of its most popular deals in a very quiet fashion.
American Tower shares might look expensive, but you'll get exactly what you pay for. This is a best-of-breed company in a fantastic long-term industry.
John Legere may have created the blueprint that's allowing Sprint to become a bigger rival.
A penny miss on earnings doesn't dent Verizon's attractive qualities
You're paying more for a Verizon plan and that's on purpose.
AT&T's Double the Data plan might appear to be another form of discounting data prices, but the truth is to the contrary.
The company has one deal on the table and a second may be coming.