The FCC has forced T-Mobile to provide clearer information to customers running on throttled speeds and stop extempting test speed tools from data caps.
T-Mobile’s Music Freedom, which lets you listen to music without using your data allotment, has finally added Google Play Music alongside 13 other additional music services.
Just days after it was discovered AT&T had “enhanced” the look of the Nexus 6 with its branding, T-Mobile announces its variant has nothing of the sort.
T-Mobile has announced that the 32GB HTC/Google Nexus 9 LTE will launch early December. It’s not clear yet as to the color options or supply to be stocked.
The delayed day has finally arrived, and T-Mobile is now officially selling the Nexus 6 in either 32 or 64GB variants. Blue color only, of course.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now available for purchase in the US, with prices ranging between $840 and $946.
T-Mobile has pushed back their Nexus 6 launch date, possibly due to supply shortages.
Despite the November 12th release date, a leaked internal memo suggests T-Mobile is already facing Nexus 6 supply issues due to “inventory constraints.” Although anyone will be able to order it at the store and receive the phablet by mail, only select locations will get physical stock to sell directly.
T-Mobile has accrued more than $50 million to cover the estimated cost of a refund program and settlement payments.
T-Mobile announced Q3 2014 results including a giant boost in subscribers and LTE network deployment milestones.