T-Mobile will hold the fifth of its Uncarrier events on June 18 in Los Angeles. There's no information on what it's going to reveal, but if history tells us anything, it has the potential to shake up the mobile industry yet again.
It's been a long time coming, but Voice over LTE is finally coming to America. T-Mobile launched VoLTE in Seattle on Thursday. The Uncarrier plans to continue the rollout in the next few months. Coincidentally, AT&T will launch its VoLTE…
The company, which earlier gave voice customers 1GB of free tablet data usage per month until the end of 2014, is now selling tablets that come with 200 MB of free data for as long as the device works.
Univision and T-Mobile have announced a new wireless service, Univision Mobile. The service is specifically aimed at the U.S. Hispanic community and promises affordable plans and exclusive Univision content.
T-Mobile, the country’s fourth-largest wireless service provider, posted big gains in new subscribers for the first quarter of 2014, as customers continue to buy in on its discounted plans and aggressive marketing moves.
T-Mobile has yet another Uncarrier idea on its mind. Now you can get LTE-powered tablets for the price of their Wi-Fi powered equivalents. You'd think by now it has run out of crazy ideas, but the Uncarrier antics continue.
T-Mobile boss John Legere has made his first comments on BlackBerry's decision to sever ties with the carrier. In an open letter, he expressed disappointment at the move and also announced details of a new offer for the company's BlackBerry…