The nation's largest wireless carrier says its customers are signing up for its new plans faster than they did for its previous two major plan changes.
Verizon is increasing prices, and that's good for investors.
In a recent speech, the FCC chairman probably kickstarted the 5G movement, but it will be some time before AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, or Sprint brings the service to consumers.
T-Mobile now has nearly 90 partners for one of its most popular Uncarrier features.
While all four major U.S. carriers snipe at each other, it seems the public has clear favorites.
CEO John Legere continued his industry-disrupting ways at the wireless carrier's latest Un-carrier event.
Picture Kool-Aid Man working for Gatorade or if Col. Sanders started appearing in ads for Chick fil-A. The wireless carrier has made a bold play for attention and it may work.
The last-place finisher in a recent survey actually may have a reason to be happy with the results.
Verizon is bleeding prepaid customers, but there's a big opportunity there for the taking.
Sprint lowered its guidance for CapEx spending, and T-Mobile is loving it.