T-Mobile has announced that a massive 2.3 million people have signed up for its mobile services in the past three months, bringing its total to beyond 61 million. In typical fashion, CEO John Legere is happy to brag about the new numbers.
T-Mobile has a new promotion for the Samsung Galaxy S6, which will net you the phone and a Galaxy A tablet for free. You have to trade in a qualifying phone and agree to return the S6 at the end of an 18-month lease period, though.
It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Peeple to the massive T-Mobile hack, it's all here.
A data breach at a credit agency has impacted 15 million T-Mobile customers, whose names, addresses, and social security numbers were accessed by the hackers. No banking or card details have been revealed. Here's everything you need to…
The best part of the Coolpad Rogue for T-Mobile isn't its internals or externals -- it's the $50 price tag attached to it. The Rogue will be available for purchase online and through T-Mobile stores on September 30.
T-Mobile is making it easier to avoid ridiculous roaming fees when traveling abroad. The carrier announced that 20 new countries will join Simple Global, making it a total of 145 countries in which roaming fees will not apply.
T-Mobile's confident its network is the one to choose when picking up a new iPhone 6S or 6S Plus, and is offering a lifetime coverage guarantee to those who try it out. If you're not happy, T-Mobile will refund a month's service…
T-Mobile has announced video calls are coming directly to their phones' dialers. The Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 will be the first to receive the update, coming to the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge later in the year.
You can finally get your hands on the super-thin Galaxy Tab S2 next month. Whether it's the Wi-Fi or the Wi-Fi/LTE version you're looking for, we give you the lowdown on where you can get one starting September 3.