Unlocking a device can be downright annoying, but T-Mobile is ready to ease the process by releasing its new Device Unlock app.
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.
BusinessWire As this site discussed earlier today, T-Mobile is expected to continue their reign as the “fastest-growing” carrier once Q2 results are released later this month. Now, the Wall Street Journal notes that although analysts expect all major carriers (except Sprint) to continue overall net additions of postpaid subscribers (which usually leads to higher earnings and better margins) in the Q2, there are also a number of questions marks about the near future of the major wireless carriers. Even with those additions, Verizon did not see their earnings rise after interest, taxes (well, if they pay any), depreciation and amortization. In fact, margins…
The revolutionary T-Mobile carrier says they will not stop fixing the industry’s problems and have taken their competition to a whole new level… again.
Pictures received for an upcoming T-Mobile Samsung device (Galaxy Avant) come included with a pre-installed piece of software along with Android 4.4.2.
It appears that T-Mobile’s cellular network isn’t playing nicely for a large number of U.S. subscribers. If you are having problems, you’re not alone.
T-Mobile under John Legere has been taking the fight to Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. The “Uncarrier” is making good progress and injecting some much-needed competition into the market. We take a look at its moves over the last year.
You’d usually associate Valentine’s Day with gifts, flowers, and soppy love letters, but T-Mobile is taking a slightly different view of the day, by inciting a little heartbreak. T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere, has taken to twitter to encourage us all to breakup with our carriers this Valentine’s Day.
Yesterday T-Mobile took the wraps off its new ‘get out of jail free’ program, which will pay off your ETF costs so your family can switch to T-mobile. Now they’re also helping you write a break-up letter, telling your carrier why you are leaving.
Things took a turn for the hilarious yesterday at CES, when John Legere came by AT&T’s party uninvited. AT&T wasn’t happy.