T-Mobile is the first carrier to launch the STIR and SHAKEN call-verifying technologies, which should come to Verizon later this year.
5G becomes a reality this year, but it may be a while before the average mobile user reaps the benefits.
Boost, Cricket and Metro have matching offers where you can get four lines of unlimited data for $100 a month. But read the fine print, and you can spot some differences between the three deals.
Is your smartphone dropping a lot of phone calls in your home? The problem could be your cellular reception. Fortunately, you've got a couple options for tackling the issue.
Google Fi is a new kind of wireless carrier that deviates from the pack, but T-Mobile offers the most competitive plans and perks among the big four networks. Here's how they stack up.
Consumer cellular focuses on seniors and people who don't use a ton of data, and this service can save you a significant amount of money versus traditional carriers.
Google Fi has made headlines lately for expanding its service to cover more devices and users. But is it a good replacement for Verizon’s reliability?
Sprint's OBD-II dongle adds vehicle condition monitoring, GPS tracking and more to your ride for a reasonable price.
The rest of the smartphone world may be amping up for 5G's launch in 2019, but Apple's iPhone will reportedly sit this one out. Here's why that’s unlikely to hurt Apple.
When 5G networks launch next year, they’ll bring faster data speeds and other benefits. But you may want to pause before jumping in as an early adopter.
Netgear's Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot will work with AT&T's network, while Inseego and Verizon are teaming up with a 5G hotspot of their own.
Wondering just what 5G's faster speeds will mean for your smartphone? We tried out some demos on a working 5G network to find out.
AT&T is racing Sprint and Verizon to launch the first 5G phone in the U.S. -- and it has partnered with Samsung to make it happen.
Verizon's 5G mobile service will launch in 2019 and the carrier is teaming up with Samsung to launch the first 5G phone for the network.
Now that Google has opened up its wireless service to more phones, you might be considering a switch to Google Fi. Here's what one customer experienced — both good and bad.
Google is relaunching Project Fi as Google Fi, and opening up the network to most handsets, which means you'll now be able to use the wireless service with an iPhone.
The next phase of Sprint's 5G rollout is a mobile smart hub, but few details about the device are available.
Verizon will knock $100 to $300 off the cost off some leading Android phones, but you'll have to trade-in your current device to reap the savings.
You can get a free Apple, Samsung, LG or OnePlus phone from the Uncarrier, but there are a couple of catches.
You'll have to open another line of service at the Uncarrier and have an eligible trade-in, but you can grab a $580 OnePlus 6T and get the cost back to you in bill credits.
Spectrum internet customers can also get their mobile phone service from the internet and cable provider. But how does Spectrum Mobile compare with other wireless carriers?
You can get a free LG TV from Sprint when you lease an LG V40 ThinQ. Or if you prefer iPhones, Sprint is offering a free iPhone XR when you lease another Apple device.
For $15 per number each month, you can add other numbers to your Verizon account. Here's how it works.
Verizon's 5G-enabled Moto Mod for the Moto Z3 is real, as the company has completed a test run with the hardware.
Project Fi now uses Google's VPN across all forms of web traffic — mobile data as well as Wi-Fi hotspots — for more private connections.