Sprint Likely To Lower Prices In Order To Keep And Gain Subscribers

Sprint Likely To Lower Prices In Order To Keep And Gain Subscribers

Sprint has been hemorrhaging customers and they seem to be finding it hard to stop the bleeding, having lost another 245,000 contracted users this most recent past quarter. The good news though for sprint is that they have finally stopped losing profits. Sprint’s fiscal first quarter posted a profit for the U.S. third largest wireless […]

Senate Study Claims Cellphone Users are Victims of ‘Cramming’ Costs

Senate Study Claims Cellphone Users are Victims of ‘Cramming’ Costs

According to the FCC, “Cramming” is the practice of placing unauthorized, misleading or deceptive charges on your telephone bill.  Crammers rely on confusing telephone bills in an attempt to trick consumers into paying for services they did not authorize or receive, or that cost more than the consumer was led to believe…and the recent Senate […]

Verizon’s Plans For Slowing Unlimited Data Bring Concerns For FCC Chairman

Verizon’s Plans For Slowing Unlimited Data Bring Concerns For FCC Chairman

Does Unlimited data still exist? Sure it does, but it seems to be in short supply. While many carriers seem to be going through plans and initiatives to increase network technology and data speeds to meet the demands of the customers, Verizon’s plan to attack the very same issue is of concern to FCC Chairman […]

FreedomPop Expands From Just Smartphones And Now Services Tablets

FreedomPop Expands From Just Smartphones And Now Services Tablets

Haven’t heard the name FreedomPop in a while?  Well, that changes today, people.  FreedomPop added some new devices to its supported list, and they’re going to surprise you with what they are.  First, if you don’t remember what FreedomPop is or does as a service provider, this is for you. FreedomPop is a ‘little guy’ […]

Rumor: Sprint Likely Won’t Be Buying T-Mobile Before The Fall

Rumor: Sprint Likely Won’t Be Buying T-Mobile Before The Fall

The Sprint/T-Mobile merger was at some point rumored to potentially happen before the end of the summer, but a new report from Reuters is suggesting that the deal won’t be happening any time before September. All four companies involved in this process have yet to present their case to the FCC and other regulators, and […]

Sprint May Be Ready To Offer VoLTE Mid-2015

Sprint May Be Ready To Offer VoLTE Mid-2015

T-Mobile and AT&T have both already launched Voice over LTE (VoLTE) services in limited areas, and while Verizon cannot say that they have done so already, they have indicated that they will launch the service later this year. Now Sprint seems to be getting in on the VoLTE game, however, their efforts are progressing in […]

Verizon Responds to Poor 911 Location Accuracy Allegations

Verizon Responds to Poor 911 Location Accuracy Allegations

In a July 25, 2014 filing with the FCC, Nneka Ezenwa Chiazor, Verizon’s Executive Director, Federal Regulatory Affairs, pushed back against dismal reports about Verizon’s 911 call location accuracy. On July 10 of this year, the Washington Post and FindME911, a coalition of private groups and individuals advocating for the availability of accurate emergency location […]