It looks a lot less certain than when the $45 billion deal was first announced.
The wireless carrier has thrown the struggling smartphone maker a lifeline.
T-Mobile already reported its subscriber figures, but it still had plenty of room to shock analysts and investors with strong sales and earnings.
It's getting better, and that should concern Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon.
The industry clearly didn't want it, but the Federal Communications Commission made it happen.
Just a week after saying it's fine losing customers on price, Verizon offers a price cut.
The two underdogs now have better scores than the top carriers did a year ago.
There's something for every kind of investor in the American telecom sector. Here, three Motley Fool contributors straighten out which telecom stock goes with which strategy.
Verizon is unloading some $15 billion of its wired and wireless assets. Spectrum licenses are expensive, and Big Red just can't afford to take on any more debt.
The Amazon Fire Phone was a disaster. Can the company succeed the second time around?