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iPhone 5S, 5C to land at several US regional carriers Oct. 1

The two phones will be available through such carriers as Appalachian Wireless, Bluegrass Cellular, and Nex-Tech Wireless.

By Sep. 25, 2013


Regional carriers call AT&T's bluff on spectrum interference

A group of small regional carriers say in an FCC filing that AT&T is using interference issues as an excuse to not build a 4G LTE network that interoperates with their 4G LTE network.

By May. 30, 2012


iPhone 5 dials up discount for regional carrier debut

Some smaller carriers will trim $50 off the normal retail price for Apple's next-generation smartphone when they begin selling it tomorrow.

By Sep. 27, 2012


C Spire: How AT&T conspired to squash our regional wireless firm

The Mississippi-based wireless operator Cellular South, a.k.a. C Spire, says in a lawsuit that AT&T conspired with suppliers to run it out of business.

By May. 31, 2012


iPhone 4S picked up by three more regional carriers

Bluegrass Cellular in Kentucky, Golden State Cellular in California, and Nex-Tech Wireless in Kansas will be getting custody of Apple's flagship phone as of May 18.

By May. 8, 2012


iPhone launching across five U.S. regional carriers today

Alaska Communications, Appalachian Wireless, GCI, Cellcom, and nTelos will offer Apple's flagship phone on their networks starting today.

By Apr. 20, 2012


Earthlink to acquire regional carrier ITC Deltacom

Internet provider Earthlink to pay $516 million to merge with ITC Deltacom, a regional carrier in the Southeast.

By Oct. 1, 2010


Facebook to axe regional networks in privacy shake-up

In an open letter on the social-networking site, top dog Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed that the axe will fall on regional networks, ostensibly for privacy reasons

By Dec. 2, 2009


Laptop stolen from regional GOP headquarters

A laptop with strategic campaign information is missing after a break-in at a regional office in Missouri last week.

By Oct. 6, 2008


Facebook's regional move

As the site considers a hefty buyout by Yahoo and eyes new competitors, it joins the likes of Friendster and News Corp.'s MySpace in losing the exclusivity that fed its popularity.

By Sep. 26, 2006