The following charts the top U.S. wireless carriers in the third quarter of 2013 by subscriber base, according to research firm Strategy Analytics, and includes major metrics--such as churn, ARPU and revenue--of each carrier.
HTC unveiled its long-rumored new flagship Android smartphone, the HTC One, as it mounts a comeback based on a new user interface, a news hub for the home screen and enhanced camera and sound capabilities. AT&T Mobility, Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile USA will be among the company's U.S. carrier partners, but Verizon Wireless is noticeably absent.
Mandating LTE interoperability in the Lower 700 MHz band will drive billions of dollars in private investment and spur 100,000 new jobs over the next five years, according to a letter sent to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski by the Interoperability Alliance.
Cable operators dominated incumbent telcos in J.D. Power's latest residential telephone customer satisfaction survey, which ranked Cablevision, Bright House Networks, WideOpenWest and Cox Communications as the top regional providers.
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) said increasing demand for its Fioptics suite of products and robust growth in its data center business in the fourth quarter helped mitigate the impact of access line
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) Q3 earnings once again reflect the fact that its push to become a larger player in the managed services and broadband as its future wireline growth engines is paying off.
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB), which this year rolled out an IPTV service, said the new businesses helped its wireline bottom line in the third quarter as well as the continued expansion of its
Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) is playing into the incumbent service provider mentality that there's still plenty of gold left in the copper line, and it has taken off the covers of its VDSL2 Vectoring
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) has selected Calix's (NYSE: CALX) C7 Multiservice Access Platform (MSAP) as the platform of choice in expanding the hybrid copper/fiber-based VDSL2 portion of its Fioptics
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) faces the same industrywide challenge of declining PSTN revenues, but it believes that data center services are one of the saving graces for its wireline industry segment.