Apparently T-Mobile is in the mood to help more of its customers upgrade to new smartphones, because just days after taking the wraps off of Smartphone Equality, details on another upgrade-focused initiative have leaked.
T-Mobile SCORE! is expected to launch on January 25. According to Read More »
The war between Sprint and T-Mobile continues to rage on. The two carriers have been duking it out with increasingly good deals since T-Mobile started pulling Sprint customers away with its Un-carrier moves. Sprint is firing back with a new promo that’s aimed squarely at T-Mobile’s customer base in an effort to recoup ... Read More »
For what seems like forever, picking up a new smartphone on a postpaid plan has always been left to a credit score. Sometimes the best deals just aren’t accessible by many potential customers, but T-Mobile is looking to change that.
T-Mobile, the self-proclaimed “Un-carrier,” has just announced Smartphone Equality. With this new initiative, the magenta ... Read More »
T-Mobile has gained huge ground in the past two years, revamping its entire strategy and focusing on making bold moves that benefit the customer. While T-Mobile has long been the number one prepaid carrier, it’s making a new move to keep that title. T-Mobile Simply Prepaid is a new set of plans for prepaid customers ... Read More »
T-Mobile has spent the last two years revamping itself and becoming the “Uncarrier”. The approach seems to be working, as T-Mobile added 8.3 million new customers in 2014, its largest annual addition ever. In Q4 alone, T-Mobile added 2.1 million new customers, making it the 7th consecutive quarter to add more than 1 million new ... Read More »
The year 2014 was a big one for T-Mobile, and if its CEO has his way, then 2015 is going to be even bigger for the little carrier that could.
In T-Mobile’s official newsroom, T-Mobile CEO John Legere has penned his predictions for 2015 and outlined what he believes will be a massive success story for the carrier ... Read More »
Not long ago, the FTC sued T-Mobile for the practice of cramming, or adding fraudulent charges to a customer’s bill without their authorization. These charges were often premium text message services that offer wallpapers and ringtones for a monthly charge, though this charge is often alluded to be ... Read More »
Yesterday T-Mobile teased that it had an Un-carrier 8.0 announcement to make. Thankfully, we didn’t have to wait long to find out what that move is, because T-Mo CEO John Legere just revealed the big news in a livestream.
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Hot on the heels of Sprint’s announcement of Android 5.0.1 for the Nexus 5, T-Mobile has come forward with some similar news.
T-Mo says that it’ll begin pushing Android 5.0.1, build LRX22C, to both the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 today. The changelog ... Read More »
It has been quite some time since T-Mobile kicked off its “Un-carrier” initiative, and the Magenta network is now preparing for its 8.0 event.
T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 8.0 event, or “live fireside chat” as the announcement says it will be, will take place at 10:30 am ET/7:30 am PT, and it will be just the carrier’s ... Read More »