For the seventh consecutive time, Verizon's network rises above T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T, according to test firm RootMetrics.
In this week's wrap-up, a South Korean court orders the arrest of Samsung's acting leader. Meanwhile in the US, Verizon jumps back on the unlimited data wagon causing every other wireless carrier to take note.
To do that, Softbank would be willing to give up control of Sprint, the fourth-largest wireless carrier in the US, according to a Reuters report.
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Which carrier offers the best unlimited plan? Here's a quick breakdown of prices and what to consider when going with the major US carriers.
We compare the unlimited data plans offered from the four major US carriers.
Right after Verizon entered the fray, the battle for the best unlimited data plan rages on.
The biggest tech news of the day includes Facebook's unmuting of news feed videos, T-Mobile's quick response to Verizon's introduction of unlimited plans and Microsoft's Brad Smith calling for a "Digital Geneva Convention."
Once a dirty word in the wireless industry, unlimited data is the new must-have option for carriers. That's good news for consumers.
In response to Verizon's recent moves, the carrier adds HD video streaming to its unlimited data plan and drops the price.
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