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Some legacy plan customers being moved to Simple Choice

With the arrival of Simple Choice plans last year, T-Mobile’s mission was to have a selection of easy to understand plans separated by $10 tiers. With no overages, free streaming, international texts and data, and unlimited calls and texts on all plans, the only differences are the amounts of data offered at each tier. And it would seem T-Mo wants as many people as possible joining the Simple Choice ranks: The company is … [read full article]

Cricket Wireless wants T-Mo and MetroPCS customers to switch, offering $100 to do so

Ever since T-Mobile started offering customers a way out of their contracts with other carriers, competing network operators have been copying the move in short-term promotional offers. AT&T targeted Tmo customers specifically right before the UNcarrier 4.0 announcement, and Sprint also did something similar back in April. Now Cricket’s joining in on the act. … [read full article]

John Legere teasing further Uncarrier moves, coming next week

As some of you might know, I’m currently on a (working) vacation, visiting family in the land where broadband internet is still novelty, and where 4G and fibre are nothing but a pipe-dream. In that mentality, I may have missed something when reading through T-Mobile and John Legere’s announcements yesterday. Somewhere in his jibe at the state of the industry, and dissing Sprint for trying to be disruptive in a very old-school … [read full article]

T-Mobile offering free unlimited data refer-a-friend deal from next week

T-Mobile has responded to Sprint’s “disruptive” offer with its very own offer for any T-Mobile Simple Choice customer and their friends on other carriers. In short, if a T-Mobile customer “throws a lifeline” to a Sprint, AT&T or Verizon customer, both will get 12 months of unlimited data free of charge. It’s a pretty amazing offer: Starting next week, whenever a T-Mobile Simple Choice customer throws a lifeline to a Sprint (or AT&T … [read full article]

Lumia 2520 tablet shows up in The Source business guide by T-Mobile

We’ve not heard a whisper about the supposed upcoming T-Mobile friendly Lumia 2520 since the now-retired @evleaks showed it off last month. But, thanks to a tip from Tin (@atomic50) on Twitter, we’ve discovered that it’s included in T-Mobile’s “The Source for Business” guide online. The snapshot above shows up as one of the four options in the ‘Choosing the right tablets for your workspace’ section, alongside … [read full article]

Rumor: Iliad looking to Google, Microsoft to support bid for T-Mobile

The New York Post is reporting today that Iliad is looking to raise financial support from two of the biggest companies in tech to help get another bid on the table for T-Mobile. The French telecoms giant is said to have approached Microsoft and Google after having its initial $33 per share offer for 56% in T-Mo rejected immediately. Braxton Carter, last week, stated that [read full article]

$50 off T-Mobile HTC One (M8) from tomorrow, August 20

HTC’s One (M8) is one of the finest smartphones ever made. Its solid metal unibody build is the stuff of Samsung’s nightmares. And from tomorrow, August 20th, T-Mobile’s going to drop the price of HTC’s flagship Android phone in its latest Back to School offer. Our source informs us that the device will have its price reduced by $50 in retail branded stores and retail phone support (RPS), and there’s no need for … [read full article]

T-Mobile overtakes Sprint in RootMetrics’ overall U.S. network performance report

Although T-Mobile’s executives have made it clear they don’t place any value RootMetrics’ network performance reports, it’s encouraging that the more recent results are finally catching up with what we already knew about the company’s LTE: It’s fast. In RootMetrics’ most recent Midyear Mobile Network Performance Report, compiling data from across the entire U.S., T-Mobile is finally gaining ground and has finished above Sprint. With an overall score of 71.5, it … [read full article]

T-Mobile LTE pops up in Geneva and Ashtabula, Ohio

Every once in a while we get sent news of new networks being tested and activated in various locations across the U.S. Often times, I dig through them and round them all up in a single post. But, since I’m on vacation (sort of), I’ll just post this week’s as and when I’m able too. A T-Mo customer and TmoNews reader has been testing the network in and around Geneva and Ashtabula, Ohio … [read full article]

Android 4.4.3 software update available for T-Mobile HTC One (M8)

Although it’s not yet showing up in T-Mobile’s support pages, we’ve been sent screenshots by a T-Mobile customer whose HTC One M8 received a major software update this morning. Software build number 2.22.531.5 has been released which includes – among other things – Android 4.4.3. Granted, it’s not the latest version of Android, but it’s at least a step up to one of the more recent versions of Google’s operating system. … [read full article]