Deutsche Telekom CEO: T-Mobile’s ‘un-carrier’ business is unsustainable without a merger

In a recent statement, Timotheus Höttges - the CEO of T-Mobile USA parent firm Deutsche Telekom - has said that the 'un-carrier' business of T-Mobile cannot be sustained without a merger.

Höttges said that though T-Mobile has announced a number of 'un-carrier' promotions of late, in an... read more

T-Mobile speeds up its LTE service in NYC with new Wideband LTE

In a noteworthy announcement made on December 15, T-Mobile - the 'uncarrier' US wireless carrier - has revealed that its high-speed LTE service in New York City (NYC) will be given a boost, with the company's new Wideband LTE service.

According to the details shared by T-Mobile, the new... read more

AT&T halts investments in fiber networks till FCC decides on Net Neutrality

According to a CNET report, US carrier AT&T has apparently decided to stall further investments into its fiber networks till the time the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) asserts its stand on 'Net Neutrality' - the open- Internet concept under which data on the Internet should be... read more

AT&T scraps plans to launch Wi-Fi service on commercial flights

US wireless carrier AT&T has revealed in a statement released on Monday that it has scrapped its plans to launch high-speed Internet service on commercial flights. About the reason behind the move, AT&T said that it plans to focus its attention more on overseas expansion as well as video... read more

FCC’s spectrum-incentive auction deferred until 2016

Announcing the postponement of the spectrum-incentive auction yet again, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said in a last-week statement that the auction will now be held in early 2016, instead of mid-2015.

The auction - of 600 MHz spectrum licenses returned by broadcasters for... read more

AT&T to refund customers who paid unauthorized charges due to carrier’s ‘cramming’ practice

With bigwig US wireless carrier AT&T having recently settled the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)'s mobile 'cramming' charges against it, a total settlement amount of $105 million will be paid by AT&T; out of which $80 million will go towards refunds to affected customers.

The... read more

SoftBank plans to buy DreamWorks Animation

It has been reported that SoftBank is planning to buy DreamWorks Animation. Finalization of this deal would help the Japanese group get control over Hollywood's largest independent animation studio.

SoftBank, the Japanese telecommunication and Internet giant, has offered $32 per share to... read more


Telecommunications and broadband major Verizon Communications has announced its plan to introduce Wi-Fi calling for its users by mid-2015. New York-based Verizon is the largest wireless carrier in the country with the highest numbers of users. The company has delayed the roll out of Wi-Fi... read more


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