T-Mobile CEO John Legere is at it again. After Verizon changed it's logo, he found it a great opportunity to point out how the United States' largest mobile carrier is still screwing its customers.
You can finally get your hands on the super-thin Galaxy Tab S2 next month. Whether it's the Wi-Fi or the Wi-Fi/LTE version you're looking for, we give you the lowdown on where you can get one starting September 3.
Verizon and T-Mobile hope to soon begin testing new LTE connectivity using the same spectrum that powers Wi-Fi connectivity, spurring concerns about its effects on home Internet usage
It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. We've got news of Apple's iPhone 6S September 9 event and more.
Picking the best family plan for your needs can be extremely difficult. We've gone through all the plans from T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon to help you decide which one is best for you.
T-Mobile is the only U.S. carrier that doesn't charge overages, and CEO John Legere wants that to change. He plans on sending a message to the other carriers that can't be ignored.
Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure is fed up with T-Mobile CEO John Legere's constant insults about Sprint. The two already battled it out on Twitter last month, and round two just started.
If you pick up one of the new Samsung Galaxy devices, including the s5 edge+ and Note, T-Mobile is offering a pretty sweet deal that could get you a year's subscription to Netflix for free.
Sprint is offering up a new deal to fight those pesky roaming fees. Open World is an add-on that gives you free calling, texting, and 1GB of data, but how does it measure up to T-Mobile's Mobile without Borders?
The $99 ZTE Obsidian hits T-Mobile on Thursday, August 13. It sports 4G LTE connectivity and Android 5.1, notable features for a budget phone. Unfortunately, it compromises in other areas.
T-Mobile recently revealed a round of permanent price cuts for both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, an expected move on Samsung's part after the company revealed rather disappointing earnings for the second quarter.
T-Mobile has unseated Sprint to become the third-largest cellphone service provider in the United States. Its success is thanks in large part to its aggressive "un-carrier" marketing.
Sprint announced a new family plan in which a family of four can get 10GB of shared data for only $100 per month. There's only one problem: You have to port four numbers from another carrier in order to enroll.
Things are looking good at T-Mobile. The company beat analyst expectations in profitability and added 2.1 million new subscribers during the second quarter 2015. The fourth-largest carrier even topped the latest J.D. Power study.