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John Legere promises to send message competition can’t ignore if petition reaches 250k signatures

Around a year ago, T-Mobile announced during one of its Uncarrier events that it was ending overages. No more charges outside of the plan for anyone subscribed to the magenta carrier. You may remember at the time he created a petition on Change.org so that consumers could get involved and try to abolish overages. It may have been something of a publicity stunt, but … [read full article]

T-Mobile Network Update: Band 12 spotted in more Colorado, Texas and Michigan areas

Every once in a while I try to get a hold of my TmoNews inbox and filter through all the recently sighted network changes we get sent in. Today is one of those days, and there’s a fair few new sightings to inform you of in a number of markets across the U.S. Big and small cities alike. And – of course – most of those are new 700MHz band 12 LTE sightings. With 700MHz sightings, it’s … [read full article]

Galaxy S6 Edge and HTC One M9 more popular than S6 among TmoNews readers

Back on March 27th, we published a poll as pre-orders kicked off for three new devices. Those were – of course – the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and HTC One M9. Most who ordered their new smartphones on opening day will more than likely have received their shiny new gadgets by now. And so it seemed a good time to look back at the poll and see which devices you – … [read full article]

In case you missed it, somehow – John Legere and Donald Trump battle it out on Twitter

We all know John Legere takes no prisoners on social media. He tweets what he wants, when he wants and will quite happily antagonise his competition. But you can be sure he will never criticize his own customers. In fact, when it comes to CEOs on Twitter, there aren’t many that measure up to John’s engagement with his company’s subscribers. So, when Donald Trump decided to call out John for T-Mobile’s “terrible” service, … [read full article]

18 months later, Sprint copies T-Mobile international roaming feature

It’s become something of a pattern since the Uncarrier movements started a couple of years back: T-Mobile unleashes a program or plan, and another carrier copies it. Whether that’s separating the plan and cost of the phone in to two separate deals, or offering early upgrade plans. T-Mobile does it, and the rest follow suit in a bid to remain competitive. One of those moves – launched by T-Mobile in October 2013 – … [read full article]