T-Mobile announced an ambitious plan to roll out 5G to most of the U.S. by 2020. But unlike its competitors, it's settling for slower speeds in order to work around some of 5G technology's biggest limitations.
You know them; you hate them. Wireless carriers are rated among the worst companies, but they're doing better by their customers compared to a few years ago. We've crunched the numbers. Here's how much better off we are.
Verizon has revealed its first quarter earnings results, and with it comes the news that the carrier has lost a sizable chunk of its subscriber base -- and could have lost even more, if not for its new unlimited plan.
T-Mobile, the self-styled "Un-carrier," will kick off Earth Day with a major investment in wind power, free trees for subscribers, and a contest. It's one of T-Mobile's biggest environmental pushes yet.
The FCC's big Broadcast Incentive Auction has come to a close, with some pretty massive sums being spent by companies to acquire more spectrum. The most notable spender? T-Mobile, at a massive $8 billion.
T-Mobile's SyncUp Drive connected car service -- the aftermarket subscription that comes with vehicle monitoring and more -- is getting even better. Starting April 4, subscribers get Allstate roadside assistance at no extra charge.
T-Mobile has announced it is rolling out a pair of features today, named Scam ID and Scam Block, that seek to safeguard subscribers from malicious calls using patent-pending technology and a database of known frauds.