AT&T and Verizon are beset on all sides today, as smaller rivals stole their customers and continued plotting a combined assault. But the Dow stocks hardly moved.
Shares of AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and DIRECTV are on the rise.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, or T-Mobile: Which is the best investment?
Despite four players in the industry, two are dominating, and the Federal Communications Commission wants to change that. The FCC is looking to auction bandwidth, which could turn the entire industry upside down.
T-Mobile is launching new antenna technology to make its network more reliable, but it may not be enough to ward off faster speeds from Sprint.
As price-war fears rise, Verizon hopes to stay out of the fray.
Fears of a devastating price war could spell trouble for AT&T. Find out more here.
Apple has reportedly been approaching its smartphone partners about increasing the price with a two-year contract of some iteration (or maybe all iterations) of the next iPhone.
T-Mobile's CEO likes to go after his competitors -- this time, he's going after overage charges.
T-Mobile gets rid of employer corporate discounts, effectively jacking up prices on many customers. That's in stark contrast to the aggressive price cutting that the company has been implementing elsewhere.