Samsung USA has listed on its website Galaxy S4 models for local carriers including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular.
We’ve known for a while now that the HTC One is coming to T-Mobile, we just didn’t know the exact date. If a new internal memo is to be believed, the date could in fact be April 24th.
A reportedly leaked Staples memo reveals Galaxy S4 launch dates for AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, and provides a pre-order date for Staples own Galaxy S4 pre-sales.
It can’t be stated enough, just how significant this is. For a carrier to completely move away from subsidizing devices is a very bold strategy. It was a gamble that has paid off, and that’s good for everyone. Whether you love their approach or not, T-Mobile has, at least, become more transparent about how they do business with consumers.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that T-Mobile intends to sweeten their offer to buyout Metro PCS. This sweetened deal will likely reduce that $15 billion loan debt the newly formed company would almost immediately assume.
The T-Mobile Xperia Z has apparently been spotted in the wild and it’s reportedly in testing with the carrier, although nothing is official yet.
Best Buy is now taking HTC One pre-orders and lists AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile versions in stock.
HTC is offering U.S. buyers the unlocked 32GB HTC One for pre-order straight from its website.
At a conference yesterday, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam praised T-Mobile’s efforts to end subsidies. He mentioned Verizon was very interested in what T-Mobile was doing, and would be watching them closely.
In a press release issued today, T-Mobile has posted positive branded costumer growth figures for Q1 2013, breaking a four year streak of losing customers.