Verizon and Sprint may owe you a late Christmas present in the form of cold, hard cash, but you're going to have to get a move on. Back in May, the two telecommunications giants agreed to a $158 million settlement for cramming.
T-Mobile is offering $200 credit for every line you switch from Sprint as a part of its Un-carrier Unwrapped month. The move responds to Sprint's "half-off" deal that promises to halve your phone bill if you switch from T-Mobile, AT&T…
Trying not to be outdone by its competitors, Sprint unveiled its own Black Friday deals. Of note is a free 24-inch LG HDTV if you decide to activate an LG G4 on its network. Of course, that's not the only deal, so read on to learn more.
T-Mobile Simple Choice customers will be automatically enrolled in three months of free, unlimited 4G LTE data beginning on December 1. The company is also offering a variety of deals on certain devices for Black Friday.
T-Mobile's CEO John Legere took to Twitter and Periscope to bash Sprint and it's latest promotion, which offers to cut customers' bills in half if they switch -- again. Legere also said the company is imploding.
Tech companies have a knack for rising to the occasion in the aftermath of tragedies. Hours after the terrorist attacks in Paris, Google announced on its social media channels that it’s making Hangouts calls to France free.
Sprint customers will be able to call and text in Cuba when visiting the country, following CEO Marcelo Claure's historic deal with Cuba's state-run telecommunications monopoly ETECSA to provide roaming in the country.
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.