Watching random friends dumping buckets of ice-cold water on themselves was fun, but the movement reached another level for geeks just some days ago.
T-Mobile is going to throttle customers who are using their network.
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.