The company is coming off a middling 2015, which may leave it perfectly positioned for next year, though it isn't likely to see a blockbuster 2016..
The company didn't have a bad year, but it did suffer through some bad news.
The company's stock sits pretty much where it started the year, but the company still had some good things happen this year.
T-Mobile is going after the No. 1 carrier in the U.S., but it probably won't make a dent in Verizon's subscriber numbers.
A consortium of consumer activist groups are charging the company with false advertising.
T-Mobile bumped up the cost of its unlimited data plan from $80 to $95 per month.
The telecom isn't giving into the cutthroat pricing its competitors are -- and it may not have to for a while.
T-Mobile is giving customers unlimited data for three months.
Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile are offering exclusive plans to Apple customers.
Sprint is getting some positive attention for reviving its promotion to cut switching customers’ bills in half -- but keeping those new subscribers on its network will require something more.