Sprint sold off one of its prepaid brands, Boost Mobile, to Dish Network.
There's a trade off between how fast people can download things … and whether coverage can reach people in remote areas.
This week, T-Mobile rolled out its “5G” service nationwide. But instead of a revolutionary change in data speeds, it’ll boost downloads by an average of 20%.
The deal continues to be subject to a lawsuit by state attorneys general.
But it will require big spending on new tech in areas with small customer bases.
It's working hard to set itself apart from competitors.
Representatives from T-Mobile and Sprint are on Capitol Hill today and tomorrow to discuss a planned $26 billion merger.
Employees at Sprint’s suburban campus say they’ve weathered many rounds of lay-offs over the last 20 years, so change is the norm.
Here's how mobile virtual network operators work.
Phone carriers can sell location data to third parties, and you can't opt out.