Check out this week's most-viewed stories across Fierce's wireless publications: FierceBroadbandWireless 1. CDMA450 operators ask for permission to deploy LTE 2. Report: LightSquared collaborating with
U.S. Cellular is breaking from the postpaid operator pack by offering customers a new rate plan policy, called The Belief Project, which rewards customers for their loyalty. The initiative offers
The pending introduction of LTE in the 700 MHz band in the United States sets the stage for a headache of massive proportions for RF engineers charged with ensuring interoperability among 2G, 3G and
Tier 2 carrier U.S. Cellular will use Loopt's location platform to provide LBS services to its customers. The carrier said that by deploying Loopt it will be able to provide its customers with more
How much do U.S. wireless carriers really invest in their networks? Until recently, it was a question that largely dominated the marketing message of most Tier 1 operators: Verizon Wireless ( NYSE:VZ )
Samsung said it has shipped 1 million Galaxy S smartphones in the U.S. market in the month and a half the smartphone has been on sale. The high-end phone powered by Google's Android platform is
Regional carrier U.S. Cellular said it will increase the number of smartphones in its lineup to meet customers' growing appetite for data-capable devices. The company also plans an eventual move to
The wireless industry is by far the most dynamic and fast-moving sector of the telecom market. Yet when it comes to senior leadership at most of the big wireless companies, the top positions are
Samsung has scored a coup. The Korean handset maker now has its flagship Galaxy S smartphone on all four of the Tier 1 U.S. carriers, and also is bringing the device to regional operator U.S.
Mobile entertainment provider Zed announced an agreement to deploy its Master Content Service Provider platform to power regional operator U.S. Cellular's Tone Room Deluxe content storefront.