Many Apple iPhone owners on the T-Mobile network woke up to an unpleasant surprise this morning: rebooting and crashing devices. The cause is still unclear, but users have come up with a few fixes in the meantime.
Even if you have an unlimited plan, T-Mobile reserves the right to slow down your data if you use more than 21GB in a billing cycle. The degree to which it's slowed depends on congestion and time of day.
With a lack of memory expansion being a polarizing feature of both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, T-Mobile will soon run a promotion that gives would-be buyers a free memory boost. However, that promotion will end in a matter of days.
The Nexus 6 is finally getting the Android 5.1.1 over-the-air (OTA) update via T-Mobile starting today, which means Wi-Fi calling will now be enabled for Google’s latest Nexus phone on that wireless carrier.
To celebrate the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, T-Mobile and MetroPCS will both offer promotions, such as discounts to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Read on to learn more about other promotions.
A recently leaked memo revealed that prepaid customers on T-Mobile could soon take advantage of a promotion that nets them a free LG smartphone. No, it's not the LG G4, but rather the upcoming LG Leon LTE.
Can't figure out which cell provider you should go with? Navigating the depths of data plans and contracts can be confusing, so we've gone through all the offerings from Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T to help you pick which is best for you.
A leaked internal T-Mobile memo revealed there will be a promotion involving Samsung devices starting tomorrow, May 13. This promotion nets customers a $100 pre-paid card, though there are a few things to consider.
The Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission have slammed Sprint and Verizon with a collective $158 million in fines after the conclusion of an investigation over "mobile cramming" allegations.
T-Mobile's not happy about Verizon's Never Settle advertising campaign, and has come up with Never Settle For Verizon, a free two-week trial of its own network exclusively for disillusioned Verizon customers.