Longtime executives Ralph de la Vega and John Stankey take on new duties as part of the shift.
Or buy a compatible phone for just $50. Either way, you'll score a surprising amount of minutes, text messages and data. So what's the catch?
Wireless plans don't come cheap. That's why Cablevision's sounds so enticing. But is it really the solution families have been dreaming of? CNET's Marguerite Reardon has the answers in Ask Maggie.
The company offers free voice, data, and texting over Wi-Fi and provides a pay-as-you-go service when away from wireless.
Retailer to offer trio of plans starting Sunday, with unlimited text and talk costing $35 a month.
The carrier will power mobile connections in Nissan cars for forthcoming SiriusXM in-vehicle services.
The same startup looking to disrupt the broadband industry with free Internet unveils a mobile offering that has no monthly charges, costs or carriers.
As it looked like a settlement in the antitrust investigation between the search giant and the EU was likely, Commissioner Almunia asks Google to also change its mobile services.
Optus has announced it's dipping its feet into the IPTV waters by launching FetchTV to its customers in the second half of 2011 across both TV and mobile devices.
Microsoft may be scrapping the Zune player (but not the brand); Time Warner Cable launches the first iPad app to play live TV; and Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile all have free services related to earthquake-stricken Japan.