According to T-Mobile, it plans to upgrade its 2G network to 4G LTE by mid-2015, with the increased coverage courtesy of its spectrum purchase from Verizon. Even so, it couldn't help but mention Verizon's ads and their misleading nature.
While Samsung was busy unpacking its brand new, shiny Galaxy S5, HTC took to Twitter to start dissing the major smartphone maker. Along with some gloating and highlights of a new HTC device, it seems like someone is trying to start a Twitter war.
In response to BlackBerry CEO's outrage-filled denunciation of T-Mobile's marketing attempt to convert BlackBerry users to iPhone users, T-Mobile revealed a plan to remain in BlackBerry's good graces. Read on for more.
BlackBerry boss John Chen says he's ‘outraged’ by T-Mobile's 'inappropriate and ill-conceived' iPhone promotion in which the wireless carrier emailed its BlackBerry customers with an offer to switch to Apple's handset.
T-Mobile has dramatically changed its policy with the radical Jump upgrade policy. After Feb. 23 users must pay for half the device before upgrading, though it does allow upgrading as often as you like and includes tablets as qualified devices.
A proposed merger of the Sprint and T-Mobile networks has reportedly been strongly opposed by the FCC and the Justice Department, which could result in plans being abandoned.
You thought you heard it all between free international roaming and the end of contracts, but T-Mobile is unveiling yet another crazy feature for customers: It wants to be your own personal banking service.
In a world without early transaction fees, we all win. Here’s how T-Mobile’s radical contract-free mobile plans will shake up the industry for the better.
T-Mobile has no qualms about going after it's competition. It announced a program to pay for early termination fees from other carriers and issued tons of challenges and critiques for its competitors on the CES stage.
T-Mobile took to the stage and made some big news at CES: It will pay up to $350 for the termination fee from your current carrier if you switch over to T-Mobile, and up to $300 when you trade in your old device.
T-Mobile bought over $2.3 billion dollars of spectrum from Verizon. The company plans to build its LTE network with the newly acquired airwaves.
The LG G Flex, LG's curved smartphone, will be available in the U.S. later this spring. The phone will be carried by AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and should come with a much-needed subsidized price point.
Join us for a look at what happened in the world of mobile tech in 2013. We round up the winners and the losers, the successful releases and the embarrassing flops, all the big news that was fit to publish over the last year.
An offshoot of T-Mobile called GoSmart is offering free Facebook access as part of a new bundling plan for prepaid customers. This suggests Facebook is actually serious about the whole "get the entire world on Facebook" thing.
SoftBank is reportedly in "the final stages of talks" to acquire US carrier T-Mobile in a deal worth more than $19 billion. It's believed the Japanese telecommunications giant wants to merge T-Mobile with Sprint to better compete with AT&T and Verizon.