You don't need an invitation to be a part of Project Fi anymore, and that could spell trouble for wireless carriers.
The company is confident in future growth and doesn't seem too worried about competition from Sprint and T-Mobile.
This year's auction seems to be missing a dark horse.
Neither carrier makes it easy to compare, and some of the choices are truly confusing or designed to mislead.
But the carriers might not want to work with Facebook.
Sprint's bringing back the two-year contracts it just killed.
A quick rundown of the nation's fastest-growing wireless provider.
The CEO had some strong criticism of RootMetrics, and the research firm answered back.
It added 3.5 million phone subscribers, while competitors combined to lose 260,000.
AT&T recently announced it will follow Verizon to begin testing 5G, but what does this mean for its ongoing rivalry with T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon?