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.
In an open letter to BlackBerry fans, CEO John Legere says he is disappointed with the breakup with BlackBerry.
T-Mobile said it was taking legal action to stop Verizon from using its LTE coverage maps in ads, calling them misleading.
Can't afford the steep off-contract prices for Apple's new smartphones? T-Mobile joins other wireless carriers in aiming to make it easier for users to pay them off.
The wireless carrier is expanding its existing Wi-Fi calling and texting service with promises of more coverage in the home and in the air.
The carrier's flamboyant CEO says more wireless consumers are joining its network than any other major wireless network.
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.
Wireless consolidation may be taking a breather, but interest in T-Mobile appears to remain strong.
Commentary: With their new all-you-can-eat offerings on storage and streaming, the firms could be positioning themselves as market leaders, at least in the long term.
The new program allows consumers to try out the service with a loaner iPhone 5S for seven days.