Sprint's claim that its spectrum portfolio is already in good shape is a flimsy excuse for not participating in next year's spectrum auction.
Sprint needs to turn around its financial position, and cutting spending will be just one part of the process.
Sprint needs more revenue, and it's looking for its low-priced unlimited plans to carry more of the burden.
Verizon changed the terms of its equipment installment plans just for the iPhone 6s.
The nation's fourth-largest carrier has more spectrum than any other U.S. carrier, but it's fallen behind the competition on network improvements.
T-Mobile and Sprint have made certain customers an even better offer than its already low-priced deal.
With Sprint sitting on the sidelines in favor of continuing its network upgrades, is this ongoing telecom comeback story putting itself at a disadvantage against the likes of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile?
Android Pay goes live as the search giant targets Apple and Samsung.
Sprint is trying to beat T-Mobile at its own low-priced iPhone game with a $1-a-month lease offer -- and it might just work.
As the No. 3 and No. 4 carrier compete on price, you and Apple win.