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CREDO Mobile, a left-leaning cellular company, opens up about government data requests.

Critics say the new offering threatens the open Internet. The nation's top federal regulator vows to watch the company closely.

Bad, competitive singing finds its way to CES.

The company has offered to pay new subscribers $650 for switching — $300 more than rumors suggested.

New offerings from the nation's smaller carriers is good for competition.

Sprint's new "Framily" plan provides a magically shrinking group rate.

Three companies have agreed to start subsidizing your data usage. Here's what that means.

T-Mobile's new spectrum will cover 158 million Americans.

The move appears aimed at beating T-Mobile to a new policy of paying for switchers' early termination fees.

T-Mobile might offer to cover your early termination fees, rumors suggest. Is there a lesson to be found among European carriers?

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