AT&T Inc is expected to soon present a proposed solution to U.S. antitrust regulators to salvage its planned $39 billion acquisition of smaller rival T-Mobile USA, according to people close to the matter.
AT&T is changing up its data plans again. And it smells like a good deal. Here's what's going on. Starting this Sunday, customers have the option to move to a new type of plan called the Mobile Share Value Plan. This plan effectively separates the cost of your smartphone and your wireless service plan and saves you $15 per month if you've paid off your phone.
After a few months of relatively dormancy, T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE:TMUS) is back in the thick of things. Its new promotions include an unlimited data share plan for the economical price of $100. The telecom company is also re-launching its $100 October data plan.
Employers have come a long way in terms of helping workers save for retirement. They have beefed up financial education efforts, embraced automatic savings features, and moved toward relatively safe one-decision investment options like target-date mutual funds. Yet our retirement savings crisis persists and may be taking a toll on the economy.