People are more satisfied with AT&T than with any other U.S. carrier, but just barely

According to JD Power's latest customer surveys, AT&T has the highest customer satisfaction among major U.S. carriers. As for prepaid carriers, Consumer Cellular packs the highest customer satisfaction in the country.

People are switching to Sprint, but the company is still losing money

Sprint has revealed its financials for the past quarter and has seen the largest jump in post-paid subscriber growth in the company's history. Sadly, it was still hit with a financial loss of $302 million.

Verizon added 615,000 postpaid subscribers in second quarter, but revenues disappointed

Verizon posted its second quarter 2016 earnings report on Tuesday, and investors found the numbers slightly disappointing. It's hoping to rebound with its recent acquisition of media properties from Yahoo.

Verizon buys Yahoo’s core businesses for $5 billion, Marissa Mayer staying

Internet service provider Verizon is acquiring Yahoo's core businesses for $5 billion. We have all the details on the merger and Verizon's plan to combine Yahoo with AOL in some ways.

The FCC wants robocall-blocking technology, and it wants it yesterday

The FCC sent out letters to major U.S. phone companies, urging the companies to implement robocall-blocking technology into their networks. The companies have within 30 days to respond to the letters.
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Verizon is bringing the hammer down on hardcore data hogs 3:19

Those Verizon customers on unlimited data plans who guzzle more than 100GB of data are in for a rude awakening.
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Verizon may disconnect unlimited subscribers who use an ‘extraordinary amount’ of data

Verizon may soon begin to disconnect grandfathered unlimited subscribers who use an "extraordinary amount" of data in a billing cycle. They'll reportedly have the choice of switching to a tiered plan.

Could Comcast be the next major wireless carrier? Company appears to be making bid

It looks like Comcast is looking to expand a little. How? By becoming a mobile carrier, of course. The company will reportedly take part in upcoming wireless auctions, and has apparently even set up a new wireless division.

T-Mobile loves competition in the wireless industry while it low-blows Verizon’s plan changes

In a letter sent to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), T-Mobile boldly proclaims that there is enough competition in the U.S. wireless industry for regulation to not be exerted anymore, thanks to its "innovative products."

Senators urge U.S. carriers to put an end to those annoying robocalls

Through a letter sent to the CTIA -- The Wireless Association, U.S. Senators John Thune and Ed Markey call on the mobile phone industry to do more than it is doing to put an end to robocalls and texts.

Verizon will throttle prepaid customers’ data for usage above allotment

Verizon announced Always-On Data, a version of Safety Mode for its prepaid customers that will not involve an extra cost, regardless of which prepaid plan you might have. Always-On Data will be available on July 17.
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AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Google have waived fees to France

Following the horrific terrorist attack in Nice, France, mobile carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and Google have waived fees temporarily.