T-Mobile is the only U.S. carrier that doesn't charge overages, and CEO John Legere wants that to change. He plans on sending a message to the other carriers that can't be ignored.
You can finally get your hands on the super-thin Galaxy Tab S2 next month. Whether it's the Wi-Fi or the Wi-Fi/LTE version you're looking for, we give you the lowdown on where you can get one starting September 3.
The FCC stepped in to lend a helping hand after Sprint issued a complaint to the federal agency, saying someone was interfering with its network in New York City. After looking into the matter, Jian Chang finds himself between a rock and a hard place.
Rest in piece two year contracts on Sprint. You will be missed by no one. The service provider is doing away with contracts in favor of monthly fees, which will include costs for texting, calling, and data plans.
Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure is fed up with T-Mobile CEO John Legere's constant insults about Sprint. The two already battled it out on Twitter last month, and round two just started.
Sprint has announced it's moving away from carrier subsidies. As part of the new strategy, it unveiled iPhone Forever, a new smartphone leasing option for new and existing customers.
Sprint is offering up a new deal to fight those pesky roaming fees. Open World is an add-on that gives you free calling, texting, and 1GB of data, but how does it measure up to T-Mobile's Mobile without Borders?
Earlier this year, RadioShack filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy after nearly 100 years in business. In an attempt to keep the company afloat, a deal with Sprint sees the company moving into 1,435 RadioShack locations, but is it too late?
T-Mobile has unseated Sprint to become the third-largest cellphone service provider in the United States. Its success is thanks in large part to its aggressive "un-carrier" marketing.
Sprint announced a new family plan in which a family of four can get 10GB of shared data for only $100 per month. There's only one problem: You have to port four numbers from another carrier in order to enroll.
Things are looking good at T-Mobile. The company beat analyst expectations in profitability and added 2.1 million new subscribers during the second quarter 2015. The fourth-largest carrier even topped the latest J.D. Power study.
John Legere has been known to get under the skin of other carriers and CEOs and last night was no exception. After attacking Sprint's new All-In plan, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure fired back on Twitter.
Sprint announced its new All-In wireless plan, an $80-a-month that includes a rate plan and a smartphone. However, things aren't as clear cut as Sprint markets the plan to be, especially in a new commercial featuring soccer superstar David Beckham.
A U.S. District Court judge approved a $50 million between Sprint and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that is part of Sprint's larger $68 million fine. The other $18 million will be used to answer for state and federal fines.
Sprint announced it'll stop throttling unlimited customers in a preemptive response to the FCC's new Net neutrality rules. The move comes soon after the commission announced plans to fine AT&T for slowing certain subscribers' speeds.