Rumor: HTC One Mini 2 May Be Heading To Most US Carriers

Rumor: HTC One Mini 2 May Be Heading To Most US Carriers

Verizon recently launched a phone by called the HTC Remix that is essentially the HTC One Mini 2, now it looks like more carriers will be getting the device. More specifically, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile are the supposed US carriers to soon offer the HTC One Mini 2. Not much more was revealed in this […]

Bankrupt Solavei Preparing Stage 2

Bankrupt Solavei Preparing Stage 2

Solavei, a T-Mobile MVNO (mobile virtual network operator, essentially a reseller of an existing service provider’s network) has announced it will launch its “phase two” services at the start of October 2014. Solavei was formed in fall 2012 and launched its $49 a month unlimited voice, text and data plan. However, Solavei’s key feature and benefit […]

Sprint to Alter and Focus in Their Latest Roll-out for Congested Markets

Sprint to Alter and Focus in Their Latest Roll-out for Congested Markets

Sprint’s network has been touted, by the company itself, as ‘America’s Newest Network’, and that shows in today’s remarks by Sprint’s new-to-the-quick Marcelo Claure.  At a Goldman Sachs Communicopia Conference, Claure was quoted describing the plans of Sprint and its rolling out of their 2.5 Ghz frequency spectrum.  He described the company’s plan to unleash […]

Sprint Declines To Bid for AWS-3 Spectrum

Sprint Declines To Bid for AWS-3 Spectrum

US carrier Sprint have announced that they are not to participate in the upcoming AWS-3 (advanced wireless service) spectrum auction. This auction is due to start on the 13 November but applications for auction needed to be presented to the FCC today. By way of background, let me explain that the AWS-3 auction is to […]

AT&T in no Hurry and Will Launch VoWiFi in 2015

AT&T in no Hurry and Will Launch VoWiFi in 2015

AT&T was clearly the early network to push the Wi-Fi market in the U.S. and still maintains the largest footprint of Wi-Fi access points among all of the carriers, however, when it comes to offering Wi-Fi calling (VoWiFi), AT&T seems to be in no hurry.  Their plans look ahead to 2015 before they will be […]

Verizon Hints À la carte Internet TV Service Will Be Available Mid 2015

Verizon Hints À la carte Internet TV Service Will Be Available Mid 2015

Back in January Verizon started to attract some attention when they purchased an Intel Corp venture with the purpose of creating a web-based TV service. This move led observers to believe that Verizon may actually be able to offer a real and viable alternative to the status quo of the cable TV industry. However, we […]

T-Mobile’s Cellspot Wi-Fi Router to Improve and Expand Indoor Calling

T-Mobile’s Cellspot Wi-Fi Router to Improve and Expand Indoor Calling

All of T-Mobile U.S. and John Legere’s announcements and ‘Un-carrier’ events have come as a great revisiting of old methods and technologies, changing the way a customer gets a hold of a device, all the way to how often you can get a hold of a new one and some radical new plans for these […]

Verizon CEO Talks of Subscriber Growth, Tower Sales & Mobile Video

Verizon CEO Talks of Subscriber Growth, Tower Sales & Mobile Video

Talking about the third quarter of 2014, CEO Lowell McAdam, spoke on many topics concerning Verizon’s increased postpaid subscriber base, the slow adoption of their Edge program, that they are open to the possibility of selling off some cell towers for the right price, and their interest in mobile video plans.  When an earnings call […]

Vodafone UK Officially Announces On-Network HD Voice

Vodafone UK Officially Announces On-Network HD Voice

Hot on the heels of Sprint announcing that 16 million customers have access to HD voice and part of their network upgrade to include 4G LTE, Vodafone UK have today announced their launch of HD Voice across their 3G network. HD Voice is also known as wideband audio and is supported by a large number […]

AT&T Working On Cross-Network VoLTE Service

AT&T Working On Cross-Network VoLTE Service

VoLTE is short for “voice-over-LTE,” which means making and receiving calls using the 4G LTE data network rather than the traditional cellular voice connection. VoLTE is a big thing in telecommunication circles at the moment because LTE does not natively support voice calls. It’s a data-only network; this is one of the reasons why LTE […]