In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains why Verizon's Safe Mode feature may not be all it's cracked up to be.
Following in the footsteps of T-Mobile, Sprint's "Unlimited Freedom Premium" plan is $20 more than its $60 unlimited plan.
Technically Incorrect: In a new ad featuring former Verizon spokesman Paul Marcarelli, Sprint suggests that Goliath is scared of David.
The ad industry's self-regulator is still not satisfied with Sprint's efforts to make its 50% off promotions more clear to consumers, and it's asking the FCC to step in.
The carriers unveiled new unlimited data plans that are significantly less expensive than previous offers. But which one is really the better deal?
T-Mobile came out a winner in the latest results from a wireless testing firm.
Curious about Wi-Fi calling and what it entails? CNET has the rundown on what you need to know.
The aggressive No. 3 carrier once again leads the industry in the critical area of adding customers.
It's clear why the nation's largest wireless carrier needs to look elsewhere for growth: Its core mobile phone business has slowed way down.
Mobile operators say they're ready for an onslaught of data traffic in Philadelphia as political junkies gather for the Democratic National Convention.
Wireless carriers are ready for tweeting, Facebooking, Instagraming Democrats after smoothly handling the Republicans in Cleveland.
The company plans to sunset its "half-off" promotion, which has done gangbusters in adding new customers.
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