Google opens Project Fi to all, without invite
Google's first foray into becoming a carrier, Project Fi, is now available to anyone in the U.S.
Sprint has brought back two-year contracts
Just a month after they retired the option, Sprint has brought back two-year contracts.
AT&T to drop contracts for good next week
AT&T is preparing to drop contracts on January 8th, making it the latest carrier to move away from two-year contracts and subsidized phone purchases.
T-Mobile offers a free year of Hulu to Verizon switchers
T-Mobile has announced yet another promotion for carrier switchers, this time looking for Verizon users.
Verizon brings back activation fees
According to new reports, Verizon will bring back activation fees on November 15th, a fee that many thought was gone forever when T-Mobile started their war on the industry.
T-Mobile will allow you to stream Netflix, Hulu, more without it counting towards your data caps
T-Mobile US has announced this week that many of their subscribers will soon be able to stream unlimited video without worrying about it counting towards their data.
T-Mobile CEO mocks new Verizon logo, claims carrier screws over its customers
Earlier this week, Verizon updated its long-standing logo, modernizing the look and downplaying the giant check mark of the past logo.
T-Mobile is now the U.S.' third largest mobile carrier
T-Mobile, long the smallest of the major mobile carriers, has now surpassed Sprint to take sole control of third place.
T-Mobile and BlackBerry get back in business as carrier will launch BlackBerry Classic this month
After a year of strained relations, BlackBerry and T-Mobile are back in business.
Report: Sprint drops pursuit of T-Mobile US citing regulatory issues
Just hours after it was reported that French carrier Iliad is looking to increase their bid for U.S.' fourth largest carrier, T-Mobile US, it appears their main suitor Sprint is ending their pursuit.
T-Mobile rejects Iliad bid but French carrier is not done trying
Many believe that bid was completely dead on arrival, but it now appears that Iliad is speaking with investors and other companies in order to improve their bid, including speaking to cable and satellite giants Cox, Dish and Charter.
French carrier Iliad makes surprise bid for T-Mobile US
French carrier Iliad has made a surprise bid for U.S. carrier T-Mobile US, throwing its hat into the ring against Sprint and its owner SoftBank.
Vodafone: Six countries tap and record our phone calls
Vodafone, the world's second largest phone company with over 420 million subscribers, has confirmed that the governments of six nations listen and record customer's phone calls.
Sprint's plan to bid on T-Mobile closer to fruition
Sprint, who has been rumored to be preparing a bid for rival T-Mobile, is closer to doing so after meeting with banks in order to make debt arrangements.
AT&T slashes prices on some plans
Seeing increasing pressure from rival carrier T-Mobile, AT&T dropped the price of its family plans earlier in the year and has followed up that move by dropping the price for some of its individual and two-line plans.
AT&T giving T-Mobile users up to $450 to switch carriers
T-Mobile, which has not-so-quietly been taking back subscribers from rival carriers, seems to have struck a nerve with the U.S' second-largest carrier, AT&T, which is now offering up to $450 to users that switch over.
U.S. Cellular to start offering Apple devices
Details are scant at this point
Verizon may have to pay over $120 billion if it wants to buy out the rest of Verizon Wireless
Currently jointly owned by Vodafone
T-Mobile USA will have HTC One on April 24th
First carrier to confirm
T-Mobile USA starts iPhone trade-in program
Will allow for discounted buys of new iPhones