The T-Mobile iPhone rumor has had its ups and downs ever since AT&T was the sole U.S. mobile operator to sell the iOS handset in the country, but Apple never launched any of its iPhone models with the carrier.
Cyber Monday is here, and that means big savings over at T-Mobile. Today only, T-Mobile is offering extremely low pricing on the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 and many other handsets and tablets.
Trust T-Mobile to reveal its Black Friday promotion in the 11th hour, but at least the details are now here for folks who have been waiting to see what crazy hot deals the carrier has up its sleeve. Can you say cheaper Galaxy Note 2?
Just in time for the start of the festive season, T-Mobile is giving customers the gifts of better 4G coverage, as the carrier improves its 1900MHz HSPA+ network in 10 markets. This means those who own unlocked AT&T handsets can benefit from the enhanced data and voice coverage.
At a recent Barcelona conference, Jim Alling, COO of T-Mobile USA, touched upon a very delicate subject for T-Mo and an issue that’s thought to have been a major contributing factor to the company’s decline – Apple’s iPhones.
That was pretty quick. Just hours after Google began referring customers to T-Mobile, the Nexus 4 is now out of stock on the carrier’s online store.
Google is now directing customers to purchase the Nexus 4 from T-Mobile. The message reads “Special Offer from T-Mobile: Get Nexus 4 for only $199 after a $50 mail-in rebate. Requires a new 2-year contract on a qualifying plan.”
T-Mobile recently had a two-day smartphone sale that included deals on Samsung smartphones. And well, while that sale has since come to an end, it looks like the carrier will bring it back this week. The T-Mobile Samsung smartphone sale will return on November 23 and run through December 20.
The U.S. mobile market is a big one, with 321.7 million subscribers as of second quarter of 2012. That’s a 101% mobile penetration, which means the number of lines equals the population. But while the nation is serviced by four major carriers today, T-Mobile thinks the market is not big enough for four big carriers to service.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 has become available from T-Mobile. But with Nexus 10 as a competitor, we are not sure many people will be interested. While the Tab 2 10.1 was a solid tablet when it was released, with the Nexus 10 now on the market, it’s going to be hard for T-Mo to move many units.