Price reductions are due to EU regulation that aims to "curb the excessive roaming charges consumers had to pay for roaming calls."
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon breaks down best ways to use your smartphone while overseas without breaking the bank.
Today's federal Court of Appeals decision to uphold the FCC's rule to force Verizon to accept rules for data roaming is victory not only for the FCC, but also for smaller carriers.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon discusses whether Google will use the Android mobile OS or browser-based Chrome OS to take on Apple and Microsoft in computing, and she explains why it's still important to check the coverage of your wireless provider before you sign up for a contract.
Using your cell phone overseas isn't cheap. This edition of Ask Maggie offers some advice to help keep the costs down.
Most carriers will allow you to leave your contract without a fee if they make big changes to your service. But then most carriers aren't clear about when that can happen.
The FCC will vote Thursday on whether to require wireless operators to negotiate fair and reasonable data roaming rates with competitors, in an effort to level the competitive playing field.
The FCC has adopted rules that will require wireless operators to negotiate "fair and reasonable" roaming rates for wireless data services with competitors.
The FCC moves forward at its meeting with items for its National Broadband Plan, but it does not mention the sticky issue of broadband reclassification.
Finding a prepaid wireless plan can be tricky, so here's a cheat sheet for some of the most popular services on the market today.