U.S. Cellular is the latest carrier to bring smartphones to its prepaid subscribers. The regional carrier launched the LG Optimus U for $199.99 for prepaid subscribers and the LG Apex for $249.99
Huawei is a finalist to get a contract for U.S. Cellular's LTE network, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The report highlights the Chinese vendor's doggedness in cracking the U.S.
U.S. Cellular continued to lose subscribers in the fourth quarter, but was upbeat about its prospects for 2011, particularly for smartphone adoption. The regional carrier, which operates in 26
U.S. Cellular said it expects its full-year service revenues to fall below expectations due to a series of promotions it enacted to try and lure customers. The regional carrier, which operates in 26
Verizon Wireless ( NYSE:VZ ) pounced on Cellular South's pending launch of LTE network technology, via partner Samsung, and used the issue to bolster its argument against government oversight of
U.S. Cellular is trying to grab as many postpaid smartphone customers as it can by offering both new and current customers a $150 credit on future bills when they add a smartphone line. The
MetroPCS ( NASDAQ:PCS ) launched its first smartphone running Google's Android platform, the LG Optimus M. This launch continues LG's streak of getting mid-range Android phone deals with U.S.
U.S. Cellular's bidding partner, King Street Wireless, recently leased to the St. Louis Rams football team the 700 MHz spectrum license for the city of St. Louis in a deal set to expire in 180 days.
U.S. Cellular is moving ahead on LTE with an eye toward a wide-scale deployment of the next-generation technology in 2012. According to the company's CFO, U.S. Cellular will conduct LTE tests in the
U.S. Cellular saw a surge in data revenue in the third quarter from higher smartphone sales, but the company still lost subscribers. The Tier 2 operator posted a profit of $37.4 million, up from