One day ago, the FCC announced that it would be hitting AT&T with a $100 million fine for throttling the data of its grandfathered unlimited data subscribers, and not being perfectly clear in those practices.
When iOS 8 was announced, Wi-Fi Calling was one of the features that stuck out for some people, including carriers like T-Mobile.
On January 22, reports surfaced that Google is seriously considering launching its own name within the wireless carrier industry, thanks to partnerships inked with T-Mobile and Sprint, the fourth and third largest carriers in the United States, respectively.
At the beginning of September, just ahead of the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Sprint introduced a new leasing option called “iPhone for Life.”
Sprint, one of the smaller national carriers in the United States, recently announced a new initiative to try and sway as many Verizon and AT&T subscribers as it can to the Now Network.