Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has decided to partner with Samsung to build its upcoming 4G LTE network. As a part of this joint venture, Samsung will also be releasing $100 4G LTE smartphones in India.
Speaking at a recent Deutsche Bank’s Media, Internet, and Telecom conference Verizon’s CFO Fran Shammo revealed that the company is looking to remove the CDMA chips from phones, in a bid to reduce subsidies.
Sprint, in a press release, announced nine additional networks where the operator has launched its 4G LTE service.
T-Mobile is all set to unveil its “uncarrier” strategy, which will be implemented from March 24, which essentially involves no more 2-year commitment. Will this make make you switch to T-Mobile?
T-Mobile’s 4th quarter earnings report is in, with revenues of $4.9 billion marking the carrier’s second consecutive quarter of sequential growth. Alongside the company’s earnings report also comes some new information about the T-Mobile’s 4G LTE plans going forward.
With MWC still not on the road yet, we have to quench our thirst for new gadgets with something much more down to earth – the Sprint Force.
Ofcom, the UK telecommunications regulator, has released the results of the UK’s 4G auction. The winners are Everything Everywhere, Hutchison 3G UK (Three), Niche Spectrum Ventures (a BT subsidiary), Telefonica, and Vodafone.
It must be quite frustrating for Sprint subscribers to see the carrier leaving out some big markets from its recent LTE rollouts. But for those who live in San Francisco, it looks like the 4G LTE wait is over.
If you’re wondering when U.S. Cellular will bring 4G LTE to your area, check out the carrier’s LTE expansion plan for this year.
According to a study done by UK network testing firm OpenSignal, Sweden is leading the charge with the world’s fastest LTE network. The study shows that the US is lagging behind at eighth place as well.