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Ting's customers may use less cellular data than the national average, but they're also a paying a lot less each month. That reflects the company's pay-for-what-you-consume billing model. Ting: Our average smartphone customer pays just $26 a month o...

Just two months after launching a program for its subscribers to stream music on its network without counting the data usage against them, T-Mobile has served up 7,000 terabytes of audio. That’s a lot of tunes from the various supported music...

Knowing it has work to do yet on its network infrastructure, Sprint announced new Family Share Plans to attract customers from other carriers. New CEO, Marcelo Claure, says they're the "best value to data-hungry consumers. Period." Got a data-hungry...

Your new VoLTE phone on T-Mobile may be able to make the occasional HD call, but not much else. That will change as VoLTE evolves into more than just a voice technology. When will voice-over-LTE matter? When it’s no longer just about voice origina...

With no merger possibilities on the horizon, Sprint and T-Mobile will have to look at a different acquisition target: spectrum. The 2015 incentive auction will be both carriers' opportunity to get the low-band frequencies they lack. What’s next fo...

While it might seem like common sense that Wi-Fi would outpace LTE, the opposite is actually true in many countries. U.S. LTE speeds are slow, according to OpenSignal, but they are starting to get faster. Wi-Fi hotspot speeds are still faster than 4...

Rumors of the unannounced Samsung Galaxy Alpha with metal casing are on the rise but the FCC has shared many concrete details of a purported phone which could launch in early September. The battery size alludes to what we thought: a mid-range device.