You've got to hand it to Verizon Wireless -- the nation's largest carrier isn't afraid to go it alone rather than leap into a pricing war with its three smaller rivals. But could their attachment to traditional two-year contracts, higher prices and handset subsidies be short-sighted? For now, executives claim no, and they seem to have the numbers to back it up. This and more in our Monday recap!
Americans have become accustomed to getting cheap smartphones by signing their souls away to a carrier for two years, but the times, they are a-changing -- and AT&T foresees a time when subsidies will no longer be so lucrative.