Word is T-Mobile's 'un-carrier' shtick is unsustainable, but CEO John Legere has a very 'un-carrier' response.
T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom has a plan in place whether or not the FCC approves its merger with Sprint.
Dish hopes to get on mobile fast track by plucking Sprint from clutches of Japanese carrier Softbank.
T-Mobile is rumored to switch to its Value Plan starting March 24 as well as expand its Equipment Installment Plan.
DOJ wants the FCC to defer action in the Japanese wireless company's bid to gain control of the United States' third-place carrier.
T-Mobile has announced a new strategy for 2013, which will see the carrier switch to Value Plans only across the board.
Sprint isn't looking to buy the Wimax 4G provider, instead focusing on its acquisition by Japan's SoftBank.
Deal between the two companies is official, but Metro's shareholders reportedly sense a fox in the henhouse.