T-Mobile will soon plan to roll out support for the carrier’s 700MHz spectrum to the Nexus 6, Xperia Z3, ZTE ZMAX and the Galaxy Avant in the coming months.
According to the WSJ, Google’s current goal is to launch its service in the first half of 2015, though this timeframe is subject to change.
T-Mobile has introduced their new Score! program, offering up discounts on new phone purchases, even giving entry level phones at no cost in as little as six months.
Verizon boldly proclaims that the company is “a leader, not a follower” and then shoots down the idea of offering a competitive data-roll over plan. Snap.
Sprint is offering T-Mobile customers up to $550 to switch to the carrier. If you get Sprint coverage in your area, you may want to check out these promotions.
T-Mobile has just introduced Smartphone Equality, a way for customers to bypass bad credit scores if they’ve paid their bills on time for a full year.
Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges explains that T-Mobile’s current Un-carrier initiative won’t be enough to compete with Verizon and AT&T.
Looking for a prepaid smartphone option on T-Mobile’s network? We take a look at the best Android smartphones T-Mobile has to offer on their prepaid network.
T-Mobile has just announced their new Simply Prepaid plans, which offer up to 5GB of 4G LTE data, unlimited talk, text and 3G data for $60 and lower per month.
According to our sources that are familiar with the matter, the YotaPhone 2 will make its way to T-Mobile around March-April.