In a released statement, the CWA notes that in January 2013 they approached T-Mobile’s parent company Deutsche Telekom to alert them that T-Mobile US managers were “directing workers to add charges to customer accounts.” According to the CWA, T-Mobile fired a number of front-line employees who said they were working under direct orders from managers.
Deutsche Telekom has apparently confirmed that its Galaxy S3 will jump directly to Android 4.3, but did not provide actual release dates for the update.
In the face of a strong $25 billion counterbid from Disk Network, Softbank is reportedly considering a bid for T-Mobile if its $21 billion offer for Sprint falls through.
If you haven’t downloaded Evernote for your Android device yet, the note-taking app that won “The Best Mobile App for Enterprise” award at MWC 2013, Deutsche Telekom is giving you a good reason to do so.
Terms like 4G and LTE have been tossed around with abandon the past year or so. Every carrier is either touting their LTE network, or promising you’ll have it soon. LTE is definitely our future, but it’s not our present. We are on the brink of some really fast data transmission speeds, so let’s get to know our new friend LTE. Is it really the new Standard? More importantly, when will you get it?
Four top European telecommunication companies are planning to launch a consolidated EU-wide service. Will this be beneficial to customers and businesses?
A merger with well-established regional carrier MetroPCS is very close to happening, but that’s not all T-Mobile is counting upon to get back in the fight. We also know the carrier’s radical views on the iPhones are slowly, but surely shifting, while an LTE rollout is bound to happen next year.
Orange mobile has entered into an agreement with Lookout Mobile Security. The deal will see the Lookout security app preloaded onto Orange smartphones and tablets starting in early 2013. Whether it’ll go the way of bloatware or if people will actually use it is anyone’s guess.
After hearing about the breathtaking figure of worldwide cellphone subscriptions just a couple of weeks back, we now have some new numbers shedding light on the telecommunication companies that are leading this “mobile phone revolution”.
With Softbank having confirmed the $20.1 billion Sprint acquisition earlier today, there doesn’t seem to be anything standing in the way of the T-Mobile/MetroPCS love affair.