Unlocking a device can be downright annoying, but T-Mobile is ready to ease the process by releasing its new Device Unlock app.
T-Mobile plans to overtake Sprint as the 3rd largest wireless carrier in 2014.
Laptop Magazine battery life tests show that devices running on T-Mobile’s network consistently last longer than the same devices on competing networks, sometimes by a big margin.
A new report from The Wall Street Journal sources “people familiar with the matter”, stating Sprint is no longer bidding to acquire good ol’ T-Mobile.
A report from the U.S. Senate claims that mobile carriers have made hundreds of millions in profits through cramming tactics.
T-Mobile and Sprint have been supposedly close to a deal for some time now. But now, according to Reuters who spoke to people familiar with the matter, the merger will not occur before September.
In a move designed to one-up AT&T, T-Mobile is now upping its data to 10GB — 2.5GB per line — while keeping the price at $100 for 4 lines.
For years, carriers have been charging consumers with massive global data roaming fees.
Adam Savage, former co-host of Mythbusters, was given a $10,000 bill by AT&T for his trip to Canada. A Chicago Bears fan watched his team play while on a cruise ship on the AT&T network and it cost him nearly $28,000. A Portland family got a $20,000 bill from AT&T after he used an AirCard while traveling into Canada.
With rumors of Sprint and T-Mobile finalizing a deal that would merge the two companies, rumors are now being revealed which hint at Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim being interested in purchasing T-Mobile. According to the Wall Street Journal, Slim recently received cash from his sale of shares of América Móvil and currently owns an interest TracFone, a US prepaid wireless service that is the country’s fifth largest carrier. TracFone currently leases capacity in large cellular networks operators like AT&T and Sprint. Last week, America Movil announced that it was going to slash its market share in Mexico from 70% to 50%…
BusinessWire As this site discussed earlier today, T-Mobile is expected to continue their reign as the “fastest-growing” carrier once Q2 results are released later this month. Now, the Wall Street Journal notes that although analysts expect all major carriers (except Sprint) to continue overall net additions of postpaid subscribers (which usually leads to higher earnings and better margins) in the Q2, there are also a number of questions marks about the near future of the major wireless carriers. Even with those additions, Verizon did not see their earnings rise after interest, taxes (well, if they pay any), depreciation and amortization. In fact, margins…