Over the last few years, deceptive business practices have become a rather common tactic by cable/internet companies looking to make a few more dollars off their consumers.
Android 4.4.2 KitKat is now making its way over to the Wi-Fi variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014.
Today T-Mobile announced a new effort to completely end overages on all its plans, including existing legacy plans. T-Mobile also calls for other carriers to follow suit.
As it turns out, the story of the fallout between BlackBerry and T-Mobile will have at least one more chapter. T-Mobile and Samsung have teamed up to offer current T-Mobile BlackBerry users up to $200 to swap to a Samsung handset.
A new report from analyst firm New Street Research says that T-Mobile and Sprint will have to merge lest one of them is forced to fold. Read on for more!
When Samsung first announced the Galaxy S5 one of the big software features it touted was Download Booster, a feature that uses both Wi-Fi and LTE to make downloading files faster, but as with so many things, most U.S. carriers block the feature on their versions of the phone. Read on for more!
Today T-Mobile announced its new Tablet Freedom program, which offers 4G LTE tablets for the same price as their Wi-Fi equivalents.
Today T-Mobile formally introduced a new entry-level option for its customers, dubbed Simple Starter plan for $40 a month. The plan includes unlimited talk, text and 500MB data.
After pulling off nearly forty spectrum deals in the previous 12 months, AT&T’s CFO John Stephens told investors that AT&T had enough spectrum to last the next five years.
Sprint continues it’s public assault against AT&T and Verizon by now telling rural wireless companies to “fight back” against a “duopoly [that] is taking over our country, America.”