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T-Mobile’s drinking game invites you to take a sip each time Verizon says ‘millennial’

T-Mobile has posted instructions for a drinking game to play during Verizon's upcoming earnings call. It involves, as you might expect, a bit of binging. Every time Verizon says "millennials" or another buzzword, you've got to drink.
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Sprint customer? MetroPCS will halve your bill when you switch

Sprint recently extended its 'Biggest Deal in U.S. Wireless History', but MetroPCS is spoiling the fun with its own family deal for Sprint customers, and is even throwing in a free 4G LTE for customers that switch.
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Netflix supports T-Mobile’s Binge On, although it aggressively fights Comcast data caps

T-Mobile has faced criticism of its Binge On program on all sides, but Netflix CEO Reed Hastings voiced support for the program in an earnings call this week, saying it is a fair and unique service.
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Have Binge On? Want to make use of your full HD display? Now there’s a faster way

Previously you had to log on to T-Mobile's website to toggle Binge On, the service that lets you stream videos without having it count toward your data pool. Now, there are a few short codes you can dial on your smartphone to quickly turn…
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Sprint vs. AT&T vs. Verizon vs. T-Mobile: Who has the best family plan? (Updated)

Picking the best family plan for your needs can be extremely difficult. We've gone through all the plans from T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon to help you decide which one is best for you.
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T-Mobile’s Legere defends Binge On yet again, this time in an open letter to consumers

T-Mobile's Binge On has been under criticism from the EFF and consumers for throttling and violating net neutrality. CEO John Legere makes his defense in an open letter to consumers.
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John Legere defends Binge On in a Twitter rant against the EFF

John Legere isn't one to mince words, and yesterday, he set Twitter a-twitter with a rant against the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) after they questioned his Binge On program. Legere's rant included some choice vocabulary.
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T-Mobile’s $120 family plan with 4 lines and 24GB of data is back

T-Mobile reduced the cost of its family plan to $120 per month for four lines with unlimited talk, text, and 10GB of data per person. The deal also comes with all of the usual extras from the Uncarrier, but it's a limited-time offer.
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T-Mobile doubles up, adds 8 million customers again in 2015

T-Mobile has revealed 8.3 million new customers were added to the carrier in 2015, the same number that joined in 2014. The carrier added 2.1 million in the fourth quarter alone, and now covers over 300 million homes with its 4G LTE…
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The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL is the company’s first dive into Windows 10 Mobile

Alcatel OneTouch announced the Fierce XL, the company's first Windows 10 Mobile smartphone. Sitting squarely in entry-level territory, the Fierce XL will be available through T-Mobile in the coming weeks.
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EFF sides with YouTube, says T-Mobile is throttling video on its network

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has sided with YouTube in the argument over T-Mobile's Binge On program, saying the considers the "video optimization" as nothing more than network throttling.
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T-Mobile denies throttling YouTube, claims it is optimizing video for mobile

T-Mobile has defended its current optimization process for video traffic following the launch of Binge On. The comment comes a week after YouTube said the carrier was throttling speeds, which would be illegal under the FCC's net neutrality…