Companies such as BillCutterz and BillFixers offer to negotiate lower monthly bills for you. Here's a look at the pros and cons.
While more choice can yield better savings, buying a new smartphone and wireless plan has never been more confusing. Here's what you should look out for.
Apple is taking a small step with its latest iPhone while trying to make a bigger leap in other key markets with its largest iPad and Apple TV device.
Does the latest Apple offering have new features that justify the upgrade? Here's how to decide if itâs worth it for you and how to offset the cost.
Apple is recalling a limited number iPhone 6 Plus phones due to faulty back cameras that take blurry photos.
The FCC denies T-Mobile's request for more airwaves to be set aside for smaller wireless companies like itself to bid on during a coming government auction.
People rent homes, cars and movies because not everyone has a bank account with unlimited funds. What's more, renting and returning may be a better option.
Here are three common errors on social media that can keep job seekers from getting hired and get employees fired.
Get the discounts you expected if you signed up for a cable plan or cellphone service under a special promotion.
As you wait for 5G technology to arrive, follow these tips to maximize data while minimizing your cellphone bill.
Has Citi got a deal for you? And it comes in the form of a pitch that's certain to grab eyeballs -- and maybe more than a few new credit card customers.
Sprint agrees to pay as much as $50 million to resolve a federal lawsuit accusing it of permitting unauthorized charges on to customers' phone bills.
Phone prices are dropping, so there's no longer any reason to be locked in a contract for an extended period of time simply to get a subsidized phone.
Yes, retailers are spying on you. Yes, the government is concerned -- but not for the reason you think. Here's what went wrong in one case.
Google debuts a new service that enables customers to pay for only the data they use and use Wi-Fi networks to curb data use and keep phone bills low.
Is it a new digital divide? More Americans rely on smartphones for Internet access, but half face high rates of service interruption for financial reasons.
Banks are reportedly getting hit with a growing number of fraud cases involving Apple Pay, though the reports have more to do with identity theft.