In a segment on his show, sponsored by T-Mobile US, Colbert suggests that its phones be inserted up rear ends to alleviate constipation. Now that's a product endorsement.
A new salvo in the wireless price war cuts the price of shared data on two lines by 29 percent.
Any way you slice it, Verizon's network solidly beats its competitors nationwide, according to RootMetrics independent network testing. But AT&T is not far behind. And T-Mobile is edging forward, displacing Sprint as a distant third.
The wireless battle today is being fought among families, as major operators slash pricing. This is good news for consumers -- but watch out for the small print. CNET's Ask Maggie explains.
The Uncarrier 8 campaign kicks off with Data Stash, a program that lets you keep what you haven't used. Says CEO John Legere: "If you buy data, it's yours."
The wireless carrier will focus first on rural and suburban areas. "We've come a long way with this," says CTO Neville Ray.
AT&T actually owns the use of the term "rollover" from its days when it rolled over minutes as Cingular Wireless.
Under agreement with FCC, the carrier will provide customers with tools that accurately gauge the connection speeds they are experiencing after reaching their monthly data caps.
The executive applauds Sprint's comeback efforts, but says its customers are mostly coming from AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
In an interview with CNET, T-Mobile's Neville Ray talks about the carrier's plan to fill out its coverage and why it's picking a fight with Verizon.