The Nexus 6 officially went on sale at the tail end of 2014, but getting one from either the Google Play store or Motorola hasn’t always been all that easy for everyone. And if the price seems a bit steep, T-Mobile has an interesting offer.
T-Mobile has the Midnight Blue Nexus 6 available in both ... Read More »
It’s been only five days since reports surfaced that Google, the search giant that’s not resting on its laurels, is planning on becoming a wireless carrier option for millions of people in the United States at some point in the future.
Now, according to a new report published by the Wall Street Journal, Google’s ... Read More »
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 »
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 »