T-Mobile announced today that it is the largest prepaid service provider in the U.S. with a total of 15.64 million prepaid customers. Sprint is second with 15.19 million, while AT&T and Verizon are third and fourth, respectively.
Even though Sprint is likely not happy about canceling its reportedly planned takeover of T-Mobile USA, in a brief statement, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler approved of Sprint's move.
After months of reports suggesting Sprint and parent company SoftBank were on the verge of acquiring T-Mobile, the deal is now reported to be off, with SoftBank finally concluding it would have little chance of clearing regulatory hurdles.
Ready your wallets, klutzes and butterfingers, Kyocera has a new drop-proof, waterproof smartphone called the Hydro Life and it's coming to T-Mobile this August.
French company Iliad has come out of left field and offered a $15 billion bid to purchase T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom. Iliad would purchase 56.6 percent of T-Mobile, if successful.
T-Mobile now has 50.5 million subscribers, VoLTE service nationwide, a profitable business, and the award for best customer service. The Uncarrier is picking up momentum.
T-Mobile revealed a cheap way to enter Samsung's Galaxy series, the Galaxy Avant. Essentially a redressed Galaxy Core LTE, the Galaxy Avant brings a bit of bang to your buck. Read on to learn more.
According to a recent report, the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile is unlikely to happen before September, the justification being that both companies are trying to come up with points that would fend off regulators.
T-Mobile will give families of four 10GB of 4G LTE data to share for $100 a month. The Uncarrier's CEO John Legere claims that this new promotion could save families up to $720 a year in comparison with AT&T's plans.
Beginning on July 20, T-Mobile will let you pay for most accessories with monthly payments. Accessories that go for as low as $69 and as high as $250 will be offered for $0 down, with payments made over 24 months.
According to a report by Japanese publication Nikkei, there is already a deal in place regarding the merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. However, final terms still need to be hashed out.
The FTC is singling out T-Mobile for premium SMS charges on customer's accounts, accusing the carrier of fraud. CEO John Legere, however, won't have it and is biting back against the regulators.
T-Mobile is revealing the latest plans for the company as part of its massive Uncarrier strategy, including a bunch of new offers for customers from touting its data power to a free T-Mobile Test Drive.