It has been a couple of years since Google officially launched Emergency Location Services in Android. Since then, the feature has expanded to 14 countries, with one more country joining the ranks: the United States.
T-Mobile has been working with Gogo for in-flight perks for Un-carrier subscribers for quite some time now, but the two companies’ latest offer is for everyone traveling this Labor Day.
T-Mobile has announced that earlier this week it suffered a security breach that resulted in some personal information being obtained by malicious individuals.
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Ever since OnePlus started selling phones to folks in the United States, it has always offered unlocked phones direct to consumers who want near-flagship specs without having to fork over a lot of cash compared to the top-tier competition. The reason for that is because OnePlus hasn’t nailed down a major wireless carrier ... Read More »
T-Mobile has announced some new perks for its customers. First up is T-Mobile’s new Team of Experts customer service system. The Magenta carrier is ditching phone menus and robocalls and is opting for real customer service agents. These agents are trained to handle a wide range of customer concerns, reducing the need to ... Read More »
T-Mobile is introducing a new wireless plan that offers customers unlimited talk, text, and data with no frills. Called the T-Mobile Essentials plan, it offers only the basics, without many of the extras that T-Mobile has become known for. Customers will receive unlimited talk, text, and data, as well as unlimited 3G mobile ... Read More »
It has been over three months since Motorola officially announced its newest series of Moto E smartphones, and now it looks like two of them are heading to T-Mobile in the United States.
According support documents on T-Mobile’s website, both the Moto E5 Play and the Moto E5 Plus are slated to launch ... Read More »
If you do a lot of international travel, T-Mobile is announcing a new plan option to give you some access to 4G LTE data while you’re abroad.
Keeping tabs on our online activities is a major talking point these days, with companies like Google, Apple, and others introducing features and services to help us see just how often we’re using our devices.
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Wireless carriers have a lot of information about its subscribers, including data pertaining to customer location. Wireless carriers have been selling that data for years, but it looks like U.S. operators are now changing their practices a bit.