The T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z could be upon us sooner than expected, or at least that’s what support documents on the T-Mobile website seem to suggest.
Virgin Mobile’s new campaign, called “Retrain Your Brain” is doing its best to convince T-Mobile customers to switch to one of its unlimited plans, offering them a $100 bonus, too.
T-Mobile is all set to unveil its “uncarrier” strategy, which will be implemented from March 24, which essentially involves no more 2-year commitment. Will this make make you switch to T-Mobile?
As we inch toward a true global conscience, we are increasingly dependent on being connected. Being connected is what defines us, with things like social media, blogs, and news sites. Here in the USA, we are fortunate to have a huge network of connectivity, but are we doing the right things with our network?
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.
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.
It looks like Samsung has found the perfect recipe for a blockbuster Android smartphone in the name and shape of the Galaxy S3. A recent tweet from T-Mobile acknowledges the Samsung Galaxy S3 as the best selling device to ever reach its physical and virtual shelves.
Despite being seen as part of the US carriers “Big Four” by everyone, T-Mobile hasn’t exactly had the most prodigious and quiet year. First, there’s been talk about a merger with AT&T, which should have resulted in one wireless service giant almost impossible to compete against.
After several consecutive quarters of significant financial losses, in the last few months T-Mobile seemed to be able to gear away from the road to perdition. The number four carrier in the United States went for a pretty inspired image re-branding, introduced a far more attractive pricing structure for prepaid mobile broadband plans, and even strengthened its high-end phone portfolio with Samsung’s highly successful Galaxy S3. The results? Well, let’s just say they aren’t as bad as others, but they’re clearly bittersweet, at best. According to the latest financial report made public by T-Mo USA earlier today, the carrier’s net income…
T-Mobile has had it tough over the last couple of years, culminating into a failed takeover bid by mobile networking giant AT&T. The No. 4 network carrier in the US has since jumped on the LTE bandwagon, while also attempting an image re-branding and focusing on its fast 42MBps HSPA+ network, until the LTE network is ready to roll out in 2013. Strategic marketing aside, the best way to get back into the consumers’ good graces is to provide devices and plans that users actually want. With this in mind, T-Mobile has added and will continue to add some hugely…