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TheStreet.com Ratings had upgraded Alliant Techsystems and downgraded MetroPCS.
Shopping around for the best cell phone plan can be time consuming. Don't fret, Blackberry users, we've done the work for you.
A price analysis based on unlimited-everything service for a BlackBerry through several different carriers.
MetroPCS stock is recovering now that fears of a TracFone uprising are dying down.
Verizon Wireless offers to limits exclusivity period for new phones to benefit rural carriers
Earnings roundup: Nasdaq OMX profit drops; Sirius XM Radio subscriber adds decline, posts loss
MetroPCS tops 1Q profit forecast with growing customer base, but misses on sales
Boost Mobile head: response to $50 plan had company "playing catch-up"
Sprint Nextel to report 1st-quarter results; analysts concerned about continued losses
It's 4 a.m. _ do you know where your text messages are? Boost subscribers report big delays
Verizon to report 1st-quarter results; analysts mixed on wireless prospects
AT&T earnings fall 10 percent but beat analyst estimates; iPhone softens the economy's impact
Falling prices for prepaid cell phone service dominates wireless market
Virgin Mobile joins prepaid price war, cutting price of unlimited voice plan to $50
MetroPCS adds net 684,000 subscribers in 1st-quarter, up 51 percent from last year
Motorola's new phone, the Evoke Q4A, is designed for the texting social butterfly.
At the CTIA in Las Vegas, the old school phone giant shows some flair with the new Evoke QA4.
Men's Wearhouse, MetroPCS, Stifel Financial and DealerTrack are upgraded; PLX Technology is downgraded.
T-Mobile launches first dongle that provides wireless data to laptops; break for Chinese maker
What seem to be the best deals are the bargain 'pay by the month' plans: One fee covers unlimited everything.
Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has announced plans to roll out three new handsets this year using Google's Android operating system.
The mobile operator says it is planning to roll out a long-term evolution network in the second half of next year.
T-Mobile has been testing a $50-per-month unlimited voice plan in the San Francisco area, which could be offered nationwide.
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