Phone companies have largely eliminated unlimited plans and it looks like internet service providers will do the same.
The theory was that installment plans would make consumers more price conscious, which could hurt iPhone sales in the process. The reality is that the exact opposite is happening in the U.S.
AT&T outlines all the reasons it wants to acquire DirecTV. Mostly, it doesn't think it can compete with Comcast and Time Warner Cable if that merger clears regulatory scrutiny.
Is Warren crazy to buy a slow-growth telco with a huge debt pile?
Verizon has done well so far, but will it be able to sustain its performance, despite rising competition?
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Sprint and T-Mobile appear to be close to striking a deal that will create a third massive telecom power to combat AT&T and Verizon Communications
Apple could partially return to its glory days of growth this quarter, as one analyst is predicting some healthy iPhone upside. Heading into the iPhone 6 announcement, consumers are still snapping up current models.
AT&T and Verizon should cheer, not fear, a T-Mobile-Sprint merger.
SoftBank cuts prices in Japan, which could be evidence that the rumored Sprint/T-Mobile merger would be more competitive. At least if it wasn't just a response to regulatory criticism.
Sprint has made it official: It is trying to buy T-Mobile. Regardless of the outcome, there is one single value investment in the mix.