Though carriers have moved more agressively to offer installment plans to subscribers, Verizon's CFO still sees risk in that area.
Intel fully intends to see 40 million tablets ship this year with its chips inside. And it will make payouts to customers to get there.
CEO Randall Stephenson says wireless operators can no longer afford to suck up the costs of customers' devices. The wave of the future? Drive up network use.
This story initially said, wrongly, that T-Mobile would eliminate contracts. The carrier plans to only eliminate subsidies for smartphones.
There's a lot of confusion over whether T-Mobile's new plans are a good thing. CNET breaks it down for you.
Carrier's chief financial officer says removing handets' CDMA chips would result in lower costs and subsidies.
A government program offering cheap wireless service to low-income households has benefited millions who may not be eligible, says The Wall Street Journal.
According to an analyst report from CLSA, there's a good chance that Apple's subsidies won't be affected in the next 18 to 24 months.
Subsidies artificially devalue sophisticated smartphones and turn them into "throw away" items, says T-Mobile's chief marketing officer.
After a day of taking heat for its plan to kill off unlimited wireless-data plans entirely, Verizon says users can keep them after all. But there's a catch.