U.S. Cellular will likely wait until Apple ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) unveils an LTE-capable iPhone before considering whether to sell it, according to TDS CEO Ted Carlson. (TDS is the parent company of U.S.
U.S. Cellular expects to launch its first two LTE-enabled devices--a smartphone and a tablet--in the first quarter of next year, according to an FCC filing by the company. According to the filing,
CTIA-The Wireless Association and the Entertainment Software Rating Board unveiled the CTIA Mobile Application Rating System, a new program that applies age-rating icons to apps and games in an
U.S. Cellular's announcement last week that it said no to Apple's ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) offer to sell the iPhone came as something of a shock. What carrier, at this point in time, says no to the iPhone, a
U.S. Cellular turned down Apple's ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) iPhone because it did not make sense for the company economically, CEO Mary Dillon said on the company's third-quarter earnings conference call. Dillon
Regional operator U.S. Cellular is introducing Ringback Radio, a new music service enabling subscribers to access pre-selected ringbacks that refresh on a monthly basis.
Ringback Radio spans
U.S. Cellular continued to struggle with subscriber losses in the second quarter, despite making gains in ARPU and smartphone penetration. Interestingly, the company also said it expects to unveil
Regional operator U.S. Cellular and MobiTV are teaming to introduce U.S. Cellular Mobile TV, a downloadable mobile application featuring live television, video-on-demand content and offline viewing
A total of seven bidders pledged a combined $19.8 million for 16 of the 700 MHz spectrum licenses the FCC auctioned this week. The licenses up for grabs in the FCC's Auction 93 covered a number of
U.S. Cellular is continuing its efforts to get more smartphone customers, offering shoppers a $100 credit toward their bills if they switch to the carrier and sign up for a contract with a