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T-Mobile’s CEO Is Making The Industry Fun Again With Absolutely No Filter

Ever since T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere took the stage at the company’s CES event back in early January, we knew he had a penchant for saying whatever was on his mind. That same sentiment took center stage again yesterday during the Simple Choice event with Legere kicking things off calling for “Stop the bullshit” in reference to the industry’s traditional subsidy model. If you thought he was done after that, there’s plenty more when he turned … [read full article]

Editorial: T-Mobile’s New Plans Are Awesome For Everyone

Earlier today, T-Mobile held an event to show off the new plans and payment schemes for service and phones. There weren’t many surprises given all the leaks we’ve had in the last few weeks about T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” offering. Like John Legere promised back in December, the new plans are very simple and pretty easy to understand once you grasp the basic concepts behind the plans. When looking at them on the … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s LTE Network Goes Live With Seven Major Networks, Highlights LTE-Ready Devices

  Right on schedule, T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere just announced the company’s first seven LTE markets and they look awfully familiar. That’s not all T-Mobile’s got on the LTE front today as they highlight their upcoming LTE devices with the Galaxy S 4, HTC One, Galaxy S III LTe as well as the already available BlackBerry Z10, and Galaxy Note … [read full article]

T-Mobile iPhone Will Be Announced At Tomorrow’s Event According To CNET

CNET is reporting today, March 25th, that our favorite carrier will be announcing the T-Mobile iPhone at tomorrow’s “Uncarrier” event. Although it won’t say where it got its information or even mentioned an unnamed source, the publication is convinced it’s happening. The handset will allegedly feature alongside a couple of other hot LTE capable smartphones: “Lastly, the iPhone 5, with its LTE capabilities, will be a showcase product for T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network, which … [read full article]

New Image Breaks Down T-Mobile’s New Value Plans On A Grand Scale

Breaking down T-Mobile’s new Value Plan is something we’re all working to do and hopefully this image, with its incredible detail will allow us to do just that. As a caveat, the image does still leave some lingering questions, especially those surrounding existing customers and upgrades. Still, there’s little left to the imagination regarding the company’s new Value Plan efforts that there’s no stone left unturned with the new Value Plan … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile’s New Rate Plans Are Live, Right On Schedule

Update: In the hopes of clarifying a whole lot of confusion, existing customers on grandfathered or Classic plans seem to be confused about whether or not they can use customer care and/or third-party channels to upgrade. I have been unable to confirm if you can contact customer service to upgrade — regardless, there seems to be success with third party national retailers and authorized dealers.  Just as we first promised, T-Mobile’s new … [read full article]

Oh Snap: T-Mobile’s First Seven LTE Markets Detailed For March 26th Launch

With crowd-source testing showing off possible T-Mobile LTE launch markets early this morning, we’re pleased to announce an “unofficial” list of the first LTE cities going live. We’ll have to wait till next Tuesday and presumably an announcement direct from T-Mobile’s CEO but until then, we’re pretty sure we’re looking at a complete list of the first seven launch markets. … [read full article]

HTC One Won’t Reach US Shores Until Late April Says New Press Statement

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A brand new press statement from HTC just hit our inbox offering up some less than thrilling news on HTC One availability. “HTC has seen unprecedented demand for and interest in the new HTC One, and the care taken to design and build it is evidenced in early reviews. The new HTC One will roll out in the UK, Germany and Taiwan next week and across Europe, North America and most of … [read full article]