Are you looking for some scary stories to tell this Halloween? Well look no further than T-Mobile CEO John Legere. He tells three of the most frightening stories you have ever heard about AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless.
The Federal Trade Commission has fined Sprint $3 million for failing to disclose tacked on extras for low-credit customers, forcing them to pay $7.99 extra per month. The money should go toward reimbursing these customers.
Sprint senior research scientist Scott Migaldi doesn't expect to see commercial 5G rollout in the U.S. until at least mid-2020s. This differs from the view held by Verizon, which will launch 5G field trials in 2016 with possible wide…
After saying it will adhere to net neutrality policies by removing throttling for its unlimited data customers, Sprint changed its mind and will throttle them if they hit 23GB of data usage during a billing cycle.
An internal memo has revealed Sprint's plan to cut $2.5 billion in costs over the next six months. The carrier may also cut job cuts to lower the costs of running its business. It's unclear how many jobs will be eliminated.
With its recently-announced Growing Data plans, Boost Mobile is out to give customers up to 3GB of additional 4G LTE data if they pay their monthly plans on time. These new plans are now available for purchase.
Sprint plans to add $10 per month to its unlimited data price, raising it to $70 per month. The new rate will be added in the second week of October, which gives customers looking for a new contract right now a cheaper deal.
The FCC is on a crusade against carriers who did not act accordingly during 911 outages, and Sprint is the latest victim of the agency's wrath as it was hit with a $1.2 million fine for mishandling a 911 outage in 2014.
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…