T-Mobile Unlimited 4G LTE Tethering Data Throttling

T-Mobile CEO declares war on ‘thieves’ who are ‘stealing’ tethered LTE data

By on August 31, 2015 at 8:25 AM.

T-Mobile CEO declares war on ‘thieves’ who are ‘stealing’ tethered LTE data

How can someone steal something that’s unlimited? That’s a question you might ask when hearing that T-Mobile has started a war on data hogs who are taking advantage of its unlimited data plans. But the uncarrier’s CEO made it clear on Periscope and on the company’s blog on Sunday how that’s happening, as T-Mobile has had enough of people using workarounds to use their T-Mobile connections to get unlimited tethering data and mask their abuse. More →

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T-Mobile Back School Deals Galaxy

Huge T-Mobile Back To School deals: Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 4 and other discounted Androids

By on August 25, 2015 at 7:15 AM.

Huge T-Mobile Back To School deals: Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 4 and other discounted Androids

“Class is in session,” a new deals page says on T-Mobile’s website, signaling that a particular Back To School sale on mobile devices has just kicked off. The “Un-carrier” has discounted the price on many top smartphones, including top Samsung devices like the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5 the Galaxy Note 4. However, T-Mobile’s two-day deal only includes Android devices, so don’t expect to see any iPhones in this Back To School sale. More →

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T-Mobile Vs. Verizon Vs. AT&T Wireless Revenue Growth

T-Mobile is smoking rival carriers right now – here are the numbers

By on August 4, 2015 at 11:51 AM.

T-Mobile is smoking rival carriers right now – here are the numbers

To say T-Mobile has had an impact on the American wireless industry would be an understatement. The “Un-carrier” has introduced a broad series of initiatives that rivals have scrambled to emulate, from early upgrade smartphone plans to rollover data to programs that pay off new customers’ early termination fees when they switch from other carriers. Couple these initiatives with a very smart marketing push and you get a mobile carrier that’s punching way above its weight in a wireless market that Verizon and AT&T have traditionally dominated. More →

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T-Mobile iPhone 6s Apple Music Offer

T-Mobile’s iPhone 6s and Apple Music offer just changed the game again

By on July 28, 2015 at 11:30 AM.

T-Mobile’s iPhone 6s and Apple Music offer just changed the game again

It looks like T-Mobile is going all out to win over iPhone fans. The “Un-carrier” announced on Tuesday that customers can now trade in their current devices for a new iPhone 6 right now for $0 down and $15 per month over 18 months. They can also trade in their devices and get an iPhone 6 Plus for $0 down and $19 per month over 18 months. And that’s not even the best part.  More →

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T-Mobile Advanced Messaging iMessage

T-Mobile wants all messaging to be more like Apple’s iMessage

By on July 23, 2015 at 7:45 AM.

T-Mobile wants all messaging to be more like Apple’s iMessage

T-Mobile has a new initiative meant to convince you to switch carriers, an Advanced Messaging system the company says is available “only at T-Mobile.” The new offer brings several instant messaging features to regular SMS messages, which should turn any text conversation over regular SMS in an iMessage-style chat. More →

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T-Mobile Mobile Without Borders

T-Mobile Knocks Down Borders With Its Latest Uncarrier Move

By on July 9, 2015 at 8:30 AM.

T-Mobile Knocks Down Borders With Its Latest Uncarrier Move

“Ok, I’m back.”

Those three simple words are enough to turn wireless executives’ stomachs when they’re uttered at the beginning of a video blog by T-Mobile CEO John Legere. The company announced Thursday morning during its earnings call that it added 2.1 million net new subscribers in the second quarter, but it also set the stage for its latest Uncarrier move: Mobile Without Borders.

Legere explained the new initiative by… bashing AT&T, of course. More →

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T-Mobile Vs Sprint

Sprint CEO Lashes Out at T-Mobile’s John Legere, Says He’s Tired of Uncarrier ‘Bulls**t’

By on July 2, 2015 at 10:25 AM.

Sprint CEO Lashes Out at T-Mobile’s John Legere, Says He’s Tired of Uncarrier ‘Bulls**t’

T-Mobile’s outspoken CEO is known to rattle off expletives when discussing his rivals, but Sprint CEO Marco Claure gave John Legere a taste of his own medicine on Thursday morning when he launched into a tirade and accused Legere of misleading subscribers. More →

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T-Mobile Jump On Demand

T-Mobile’s New Uncarrier Move Kills Lump Payments, Offers iPhone 6 for $15/Month

By on June 25, 2015 at 9:26 AM.

T-Mobile’s New Uncarrier Move Kills Lump Payments, Offers iPhone 6 for $15/Month

T-Mobile on Thursday morning announced some big changes to its Jump program. As you might recall, the Uncarrier helped reshape the wireless landscape in the United States by separating the cost of smartphones from monthly service plans. With this new model, wireless subscribers no longer had to continue paying for phones each month even after their full value was recouped by their wireless carriers.

Now, T-Mobile is changing things up again. More →

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Verizon LTE Speed

Mammoth Study Finds Sprint’s 4G Network is the Worst – And It’s Not Even Close

By on June 23, 2015 at 8:30 AM.

Mammoth Study Finds Sprint’s 4G Network is the Worst – And It’s Not Even Close

In a mammoth study comparing mobile data speeds of U.S.-based carriers across various cities, Verizon emerged victorious more often than not. But the study, conducted by PC Mag across 30 U.S. cities, revealed that competition amongst carriers is closer than it’s been in quite some time.

In putting together its report, PC Mag said that it ran “more test cycles than ever before: 131,000 cycles over 30 cities and thousands of miles of driving.” In addition to measuring 3G and 4G speeds across different carriers, the study also looked at which carriers tend to perform better on a region by region basis.

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Comcast T-Mobile Merger Rumor Denied

Bullet Dodged: Bloomberg Reports Comcast Not Interested in Buying T-Mobile

By on June 17, 2015 at 3:41 PM.

Bullet Dodged: Bloomberg Reports Comcast Not Interested in Buying T-Mobile

Pheeeewwww. That was a close one. American wireless users’ hearts collectively seized earlier on Wednesday after reports came out claiming that T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom was in talks to unload the scrappy wireless carrier onto Comcast. Bloomberg is now reporting, however, that Comcast is apparently not interested in buying the “Un-carrier” and that Comcast is right now reluctant to put another massive merger deal in front of regulators after the collapse of its deal with Time Warner Cable. More →

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T-Mobile Dish Vs. AT&T Verizon

The single biggest reason AT&T and Verizon should fear a T-Mobile/Dish merger

By on June 4, 2015 at 2:33 PM.

The single biggest reason AT&T and Verizon should fear a T-Mobile/Dish merger

What’s the biggest thing holding back T-Mobile from really giving Verizon and AT&T a run for their money? As an old Verizon commercial once put it, “It’s the network.” T-Mobile doesn’t have the caliber of spectrum that America’s two biggest wireless companies have, which puts it at a big disadvantage in several markets, particularly in less urban markets where its coverage is weakest. However, Ars Technica’s Jon Brodkin smartly points out that a merger between Dish and T-Mobile could change that very quickly.

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T-Mobile Dish Merger

T-Mobile in merger talks with Dish Network; John Legere would be CEO of new company

By on June 4, 2015 at 7:45 AM.

T-Mobile in merger talks with Dish Network; John Legere would be CEO of new company

Dish Network and T-Mobile are currently exploring a merger, with T-Mobile CEO John Legere prepared to serve as CEO of the newly formed company should things proceed. News of the rumored merger was first relayed by The Wall Street Journal late on Wednesday evening.

While specifics regarding a purchase price have yet to be ironed out, the talks between the two sides are reportedly serious enough that executives between the two companies have already held serious discussions about what new roles they’d occupy should the merger becomes a reality.

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