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T-Mo now stocking NEW2U certified pre-owned phones in store?

Our contacts have informed us that retail brick-and-mortar stores now have the NEW2U certified pre-owned devices in stock. Previously, stores would have to submit a Ship-to fulfilment and have the devices shipped to the customer. We’re not exactly sure when the stock started arriving, so we could be a little late on this one. But, I still wanted to let you know that you can now get the phones in retail stores. Or so … [read full article]

T-Mobile announces Smartphone Equality, loyal low credit customers can now get great deals too!

John Legere took to YouTube in his very first Vlog to announce a new and exciting Uncarrier initiative. Unlike other moves, it’s not just about new plans and new offers. It’s about changing part of T-Mobile’s business practice in a way which will improve the experience of being a T-Mobile customer for the loyal subscribers. Especially those with low credit. From next week, regardless of how low their beginning credit is, customers who … [read full article]

Rumor: Google wants to launch its own wireless service, using T-Mobile and Sprint networks

Listen to a John Legere interview over the past few months and you’ll have undoubtedly hear his prediction that the wireless industry’s carriers are likely to be challenged by other, non-traditional carriers. Names like Facebook and Google have been thrown around in respect to other companies getting in on the wireless service game. His prediction could become reality sooner than we thought. According to a new report by The Information, Google is planning … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S6 announcement expected on March 2nd at MWC 2015 [Rumor]

A new rumor this morning claims that Samsung will – yet again – choose MWC as the platform on which to showcase its next generation Galaxy S smartphone. The Korean tech giant is expected to announce the Samsung Galaxy S6 at an – as yet unconfirmed location – on Monday, March 2nd on the first day of MWC 2015 in Barcelona. This should come as no surprise, since the company made the Galaxy … [read full article]

John Legere not impressed by press reaction to DT chief comments

Yesterday, Tim Hoettges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, made some forward-looking comments in an exclusive interview with Re/code. DT – of course – holds the controlling stake in T-Mobile US. The comment which seemed to spark the biggest reaction was “The question is always the economics in the long term … and earning appropriate money. You have to earn your money back at … [read full article]