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Google could announce its new wireless service today

According to an exclusive report over at WSJ (sub requireD) Google is going to make its rumored wireless service official today, April 22nd. And if it does, it could be the most Un-carrier thing to hit the market since T-Mobile. Unlike traditional carriers, Google’s service is rumored to allow customers to pay only for the data they use each month, instead of having set tiers or “buckets”. It sounds like … [read full article]

The reason T-Mobile suspended ZTE ZMax sales: Faulty Customers

Whenever you hear of manufacturers recalling products – or stores taking things off their shelves to be fixed or improved – it’s almost always a problem with the product. Yesterday, we were informed that T-Mobile was immediately suspending all sales of the ZTE Zmax. We didn’t know why, but assumed there must have been something wrong with the budget phablet since … [read full article]

As part of Uncarrier for Business, T-Mobile makes “enhancements” to business customer service

Uncarrier 9.0 wasn’t just about creating simplified pricing and perks for business customers, it was also about making sure those business customers are better looked after when they’ve signed up. As part of its new focus on the B2B market, T-Mobile is bringing “enhancements to T-Mobile Business Customer Service”. According to an internal communication, … [read full article]

T-Mobile sends out invites to a New York Event on March 18th

A short while ago, T-Mobile started sending invites out to an event in New York City on March 18th. Just 11 days away at 1pm Eastern. And, if the invitation is anything to go by, this is going to be a business-focussed event. Over the past few months we’ve been dropped tidbits of information from our sources suggesting that T-Mobile is working on bringing Un-carrier moves to the business market. Add that to … [read full article]

HTC One M9 to support band 12 and band 2 LTE?

Last year, when HTC launched its flagship phone, it did so without including support for one of T-Mobile’s newest LTE bands: 1900MHz band 2. Although, at the time it wasn’t very widespread, by the time 2014 came to a close, T-Mobile’s band 2 network was growing, a lot. In fact, most of the new LTE sites that went live in previous 2G/3G/HSPA-only networks were 1900MHz. The biggest of those – of course – … [read full article]

HTC One M9 makes an appearance on video alongside M7 and M8

Tomorrow at MWC in Barcelona, HTC is going to be taking the wraps off its next One smartphone. The One M9 is widely expected to be a refinement of previous generations, with boosted specs and slightly different design. And it’s made one last appearance on video before it’s no longer a rumor. Uploaded by YouTuber, Samia Lou, the video shows off what he claims is the HTC One M9, alongside … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Un-carrier movement is about to make a big push for small businesses

Last year, during one of T-Mobile’s earnings calls – I believe Q3 – the company’s executives made a passing comment about the business sector. If I remember correctly, the insinuation was that Verizon and AT&T were really big players in the world of business and enterprise. It’s something the two rely on. In fact, their success in the enterprise market is something of a comfy cushion for them, but T-Mobile was coming for … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S6 pre-registration page is live, hints strongly at Galaxy Edge

For the past couple of weeks, Samsung has been teasing with small hints at its next big thing. For weeks, even months, rumors have been flying around speculating what we might see on the Galaxy S6. Whether that’s the improved camera, metal iPhone-inspired chassis or QHD display. We’ve pretty much heard it all. Even the official invitation seemed to give a … [read full article]