Maybe it's a little early to be getting in line for these gadgets, but they are the products we just
In an interview with CNET, the executives dish on their ETF buyout plan and the push for faster WideBand LTE, and they continue to dump on Sprint.
The US carrier has been making noise about getting whole families to dump subscriptions from rivals. An ad, apparently published prematurely, offers details about one offer.
Getting out of a wireless contract early isn't easy. In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers some advice to one Sprint subscriber.
The Dialed In crew dives deep into early-termination fees: where they came from, why we have to have them, who's been screwed over by them, and what you can do if you want out.
The carrier is raising the fee for smartphones starting June 1, citing Verizon's move last fall as partial justification.
I understand why carriers charge ETFs, but customers still deserve more transparency around them.
Verizon Wireless has doubled its early-termination fees for smartphones, but what does it mean for the rest of the industry?
That $350 fee doubles the current one, but Verizon insists it's justified because of the higher prices of today's phones.
Verizon hikes up its early termination fee for "advanced devices," which presumably includes smartphones.
T-Mobile customers who paid an early termination fee may get $125 from a class action lawsuit settlement.