Radioshack Now Offering US Cellular At Select Stores
Radioshack and U.S. Cellular today announced a new distribution agreement that puts U.S. Cellular's devices on shelves in select Radioshack stores. U.S Cellular products and services can be purchased at 83 Radioshack locations across 12 states, including California, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Virginia, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. Radioshack is offering U.S. Cellular's postpaid plans, which include unlimited voice minutes and messaging, and various buckets of data. Radioshack also sells AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless postpaid service, as well as some prepaid services, including Sprint's Boost Mobile brand.
US Cellular Coverage Reaches Google's Project Fi
Google has updated its Project Fi app in order to take advantage of cellular coverage offered by U.S. Cellular.
Apple, AT&T Seek to Block RadioShack's Sale of Customer Data
Apple and AT&T have filed legal objections to RadioShack's planned sale of customer data. RadioShack sold products from both AT&T and Apple and originally agreed to keep customer data private.
Sprint Phones Vanishing from Walmart
Sprint's presence at the nation's largest retailer has dwindled in recent weeks, according to Fierce Wireless. Some 500 Walmart stores across the country continue to sell Spint handsets, but the majority of Walmart's 4,177 brick-and-mortar locations no longer have them in stock.
RadioShack Finalizes Sale of Name and Customer Data
A Delaware bankruptcy judge approved the sale of RadioShack's name and certain customer data to an affiliate of Standard General for $26.2 million. One of the key issues resolved over the last seven days concerned AT&T and Apple customer data.