T-Mobile Vs. Verizon Network

Big new survey shows T-Mobile’s network is making huge improvements

By on January 23, 2015 at 12:05 PM.

Big new survey shows T-Mobile’s network is making huge improvements

The “Un-carrier” might not have the strongest mobile network out there but it’s nonetheless done an impressive job of improving its service despite having more limited resources than Verizon and AT&T. Computerworld has posted the results of a big new survey of wireless subscribers in the United States that has found T-Mobile customers’ satisfaction with their carrier has surged over the last year. More →

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T-Mobile Vs. AT&T Vs. Verizon Network

T-Mobile still has one glaring weakness with no easy fix

By on January 8, 2015 at 4:10 PM.

T-Mobile still has one glaring weakness with no easy fix

To say T-Mobile had a nice bounce-back year in 2014 would be a huge understatement. The “Un-carrier” not only added a net 8 million subscribers — including 4 million branded postpaid phone subscribers — but it also unleashed a bunch of new initiatives that gave customers more value for their money that rival carriers were quickly forced to adopt. More →

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T-Mobile Q4 2014 Earnings

T-Mobile went on an absolute rampage in 2014

By on January 7, 2015 at 11:15 AM.

T-Mobile went on an absolute rampage in 2014

T-Mobile wasn’t just the first major carrier in 2014 to announce groundbreaking new initiatives such as rollover data plans and paying off rivals’ early termination fees. It also posted insanely high net customer additions for a carrier that some had written off after years of decline. More →

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AT&T T-Mobile Cramming Refunds

Don’t forget: T-Mobile and AT&T might still owe you money

By on December 30, 2014 at 12:55 PM.

Don’t forget: T-Mobile and AT&T might still owe you money

Have you been an AT&T or T-Mobile subscriber at any point over the past five years? If so, your mobile carrier might owe you money. As we’ve reported in the past, both AT&T and T-Mobile were caught “cramming” unauthorized charges on to consumers’ phone bills, but there’s still plenty of time to get a refund. More →

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T-Mobile Christmas Video Legere

Video: T-Mobile CEO offers Verizon and AT&T the gift of trolling

By on December 22, 2014 at 3:55 PM.

Video: T-Mobile CEO offers Verizon and AT&T the gift of trolling

If there’s one thing T-Mobile CEO John Legere loves to do, it’s troll his rivals. Legere’s whole tenure as T-Mobile’s chief executive has been marked by relentless bashing of other wireless carriers, as he’s taken particular glee going after AT&T. Now Legere and T-Mobile have put together a very special Christmas video in which, you guessed it, he takes bountiful shots at AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. More →

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T-Mobile Cramming Settlement $90 Million

T-Mobile forks over $90 million to settle ‘unfounded’ cramming charges

By on December 19, 2014 at 8:30 PM.

T-Mobile forks over $90 million to settle ‘unfounded’ cramming charges

Remember how indignant T-Mobile got when it was accused by the Federal Trade Commission of profiting from scams against its customers? Well now T-Mobile has agreed to fork over $90 million to settle the FTC’s charges, which it said were “unfounded and without merit” earlier this year. As part of the settlement, T-Mobile will have to provide full refunds to any affected customers. More →

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T-Mobile Vs. AT&T Verizon Prices

T-Mobile wins a big victory over AT&T and Verizon that could bring lower prices

By on December 19, 2014 at 7:00 PM.

T-Mobile wins a big victory over AT&T and Verizon that could bring lower prices

Score another win for the “Un-carrier.” Ars Technica notes that T-Mobile has now “won a declaratory ruling that could force AT&T and Verizon Wireless to charge lower prices for data roaming.” Essentially, T-Mobile has been arguing that America’s two biggest carriers have been charging unfairly high prices for data roaming that artificially kept the price of its services higher than it should be. More →

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T-Mobile Data Stash Plans

The sneaky brilliance of T-Mobile’s Data Stash plans

By on December 16, 2014 at 3:05 PM.

The sneaky brilliance of T-Mobile’s Data Stash plans

T-Mobile may be an “Un-carrier” but it’s not a charity — it’s here to make money. So while its new Data Stash plans that let customers on capped plans roll over unused data to the next month are good deals for some subscribers, they also come with a side benefit for T-Mobile: They give wireless subscribers an incentive to sign up for more expensive monthly plans. More →

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T-Mobile Uncarrier 8.0 Announced

T-Mobile’s bold new ‘Un-carrier’ plan unveiled: Data Stash lets you keep unused data each month

By on December 16, 2014 at 10:40 AM.

T-Mobile’s bold new ‘Un-carrier’ plan unveiled: Data Stash lets you keep unused data each month

T-Mobile is still coming up with clever new ways to shake up the wireless industry and on Tuesday it revealed its “Un-carrier 8.0″ plan that will let users with capped plans roll over unused data an apply it to future months’ data caps. During his announcement of the new plan, T-Mobile CEO John Legere pointed out that many wireless customers have unused data every month because they are so nervous about getting hit with overage charges that they don’t want to come anywhere close to reaching their monthly limits. More →

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T-Mobile Un-carrier 8.0

T-Mobile reveals its Un-carrier 8.0 plan: Watch live right here!

By on December 16, 2014 at 10:32 AM.

T-Mobile reveals its Un-carrier 8.0 plan: Watch live right here!

T-Mobile was easily one of the most exciting companies to watch in 2014. The nation’s No. 4 wireless carrier makes a whole lot of noise thanks to its outspoken CEO John Legere, but the company walks the walk as well as its CEO talks the talk. T-Mobile has registered phenomenal growth in 2014 that has visibly shaken its rivals, rocking them out of complacency and forcing them to compete with the newly revitalized T-Mobile.

Now, T-Mobile’s CEO is about to announce the carrier’s “Un-carrier 8.0″ plan, looking to shake things up in the U.S. mobile market once again. More →

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T-Mobile Wideband LTE

T-Mobile’s next-gen LTE service is lightning-fast, and it just went live in New York City

By on December 15, 2014 at 9:10 AM.

T-Mobile’s next-gen LTE service is lightning-fast, and it just went live in New York City

T-Mobile on Monday announced that its next-generation 4G LTE service has been activated in Manhattan, providing data speeds in excess of 100Mbps to T-Mobile subscribers in the area. Dubbed “Wideband LTE,” the new upgraded service is said to provide dramatic speed and performance improvements compared to standard 4G LTE service. More →

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T-Mobile Unlimited LTE Data Family Plan

T-Mobile’s latest promo will give your family unlimited LTE data – here are the details

By on December 9, 2014 at 5:15 PM.

T-Mobile’s latest promo will give your family unlimited LTE data – here are the details

Never one to stop thinking of clever new ways to add new customers, T-Mobile on Tuesday unveiled a new limited-time promotion that will offer a new Simple Choice family plan that features unlimited LTE data. According to T-Mobile, the new promotion will start at $100 a month for two separate lines and can go “all the way up to 10 people for just $40 more per line.” In other words, the plan will cost $140 per month for three lines, $180 per month for four lines, $220 per month for five lines, and so forth. More →

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Smartphone Bloatware Verizon T-Mobile

Carriers have a sneaky new way to add more bloatware to your Android phone

By on December 1, 2014 at 10:30 PM.

Carriers have a sneaky new way to add more bloatware to your Android phone

Leave it to wireless carriers to come up with new ways to give you something that you never asked for. Forbes contributor Matt Hickey reports that a company called Digital Turbine has pioneered a new service called Ignite that will let mobile carriers install additional software onto your Android phone “for more advertising revenue” whenever they want and without your permission. This means that in addition to the bloatware you already get from your carrier on your Android phone, you could get even more installed at your carrier’s whims. More →

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