T-Mobile has made several Un-carrier moves in an attempt to shake up the wireless industry and solve pain points for customers, and today the next Un-carrier move has been revealed.
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T-Mobile’s Binge On is a service that “optimizes” (or as some say, throttles) video streams for mobile devices to use less of your data, and with many services, use no data at all. Though this can be good for customers, many feel that it violates net neutrality.
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With Sprint’s promise to cut your cellphone bill in half (only for customers who switching from T-Mobile, AT&T or Verizon), there are certainly a lot of people considering the offer. Saving money is a huge draw for a lot of people, but T-Mobile CEO John Legere went of a rant last night, highlighting ten ... Read More »
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T-Mobile’s made a lot of Un-carrier moves in recent years, and now the big magenta carrier says that it’s going to amp them up.
Way back in late 2011, Dish Network expressed interest in T-Mobile if the magenta carrier’s deal with AT&T fell through. Well, it did just that. And here we are in mid-2015, with new Dish-T-Mobile merger rumors surfacing.
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One year ago, T-Mobile‘s polarizing CEO John Legere started a Change.org petition to send a message to Verizon and AT&T on the shady practices behind overage charges. Today he’s back with a new vlog on the subject and a fun incentive to get more people signing that same petition.
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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 »
As expected, T-Mobile today announced its Q3 2014 results, and it looks like The Magenta Crew had itself a pretty good quarter.
T-Mobile added a total of 2.3 million customers in the third quarter of 2014, a figure that includes 411,000 prepaid adds and 1.38 million postpaid customers. This led T-Mo to its best growth ... Read More »
The first of T-Mobile’s trio of new Uncarrier announcements was a Simple Starter plan with unlimited talk and text as well as 500MB of LTE data. T-Mo then followed that up with “Operation Tablet Freedom,” which knocks the price of LTE-enabled tablets down to equal their Wi-Fi-only ... Read More »
Apparently when you’re the CEO of a major wireless carrier, device makers love to give you gold phones.