T-Mobile has stopped selling BlackBerry devices at its brick-and-mortar stores as “keeping stock in the retail distribution system was inefficient”. However, it'll continue to display BlackBerry devices in store “for those who would…
T-Mobile took a few good steps earlier this year, but no good deed goes unpunished. It's summer and that means it's time for wireless plans to get more expensive. This year, Verizon and AT&T are sneakier than ever.
Want to upgrade your phone more often than every two years? With AT&T Next , Verizon Edge, or T-Mobile Jump, you can do exactly that. But how much will it cost and which is the best (or worst) deal? We dig into the math to find out.
T-Mobile has announced it will hold an event in New York on July 10, where it will discuss what it calls its, "Boldest Moves Yet." Exactly what these moves are is unknown, but could be related to its new, "Uncarrier" strategy.
T-Mobile issued a press release announcing that it will be the exclusive carrier to offer Sony's Xperia Z smartphone in the U.S. The phone is expected to start selling on its Web site and in stores early July.
T-Mobile is getting ready to start Phase 2 of its UNcarrier initiative, which started when it made the decision to stop offering contracts. The next phase will give customers the option to avoid credit checks by prepaying for their devices.
Updated on 06/06/2013 at 04:00am by Andy: HTC USA has confirmed via its official Facebook page that the HTC One is now available nationwide through T-Mobile. It states every T-Mobile retail store stocks the HTC One, and is offering a…