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Update: T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm And CTO Neville Ray Outline Company Plans, 10 LTE Devices In 2013

Update: I accidentally left out a critical part of todays story, T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm indicated the carrier would offer 10 LTE handsets by the end of 2013. Along with that, T-mobile stated their LTE network would support theoretical speeds up to 72Mbps. On a conference call earlier this morning T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm and CTO Neville Ray continued to outline company plans for 2012. While they discussed information that was already … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces 2012 Reinvigorated Challenger Strategy, Will Refocus Company

On the heels of T-Mobile’s fourth quarter 2012 financial earnings, T-Mobile announces a reinvigorated challenger strategy for 2012 to help move the business back on track. T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm outlined the reinvigorated challenger strategy focused on making T-Mobile’s 4G services more affordable. In 2012 we will see T-Mobile: “Aggressively” pursue the B2B market, ramp up advertising spending and work to attract new MVNO partners A $4 billion investment into network modernization … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Fourth Quarter 2011 Financial Results, LTE Network Coming In 2013

Early this morning T-Mobile USA announced their first earnings report since the AT&T merger fell through and noted a loss of 802,000 customers in the fourth quarter. That’s the bad news and we know, it’s pretty bad. The good news is that thanks to the AWS spectrum T-Mobile received from termination of the AT&T deal, T-Mobile will launch their LTE service in 2013. Additionally, T-Mobile will spend $4billion rolling out HSPA+ on their … [read full article]

HTC Ville NenaMark2 Benchmark Results Show Impressive Numbers

While yesterdays attention shifted to the Galaxy S Blaze 4G as T-Mobile announced pricing and date with a midnight press release, todays attention shifts back to the upcoming HTC Ville. Thanks to a link to the Ville’s NenaMark2 benchmark results, we’re looking at a very impressive 60.60fps. Yeah, this phone will be awesome. I’m not very fluent with these scores so I’ll rely on our readers to tell me just how … [read full article]

T-Mobile “G4X” On The Horizon? Follow Up To The LG G2x?

Well, what do we have here? Word coming from our friends at PocketNow indicates T-Mobile has the “G4x” on the horizon, an Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Android smartphone. Sporting a 4.7″ 720p display, 8-megapixel camera and 21Mbps HSPA+ data all covered in a sub-nine-millimeter casing. With the name “G4x” floating around, there are obvious references to this device being an LG-ready G2x follow-up. There isn’t a whole lot of supporting evidence otherwise that … [read full article]

T-Mobile Moves To Block Verizon Acquisition Of Cable Company Spectrum

T-Mobile has indicated via fillings with the Federal Communications Commission their intent to persuade the government to block Verizon Wireless from acquiring spectrum from a number of cable companies. In the last few months Verizon has finalized deals to acquire spectrum from Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Cox Communications. T-Mobile argues that the Verizon deal would place an “excessive concentration” of wireless spectrum in the hands of one of the … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq 2 Will Receive Android Gingerbread Update…No, This Isn’t A Joke

Oh how I wish it was April Fools but sadly, that’s not the case which makes this article all the more interesting as Motorola announces a Gingerbread software update for the Cliq 2. Seriously, this isn’t a joke as Motorola updated the Cliq 2 forum on their Community website indicating they are looking for 1000 customers to “test and provide feedback on the Gingerbread software upgrade for the Motorola Cliq 2, before … [read full article]

T-Mobile And Samsung Announce Availability For The Galaxy S Blaze 4G

Looks like we didn’t have to wait long for more details on the Galaxy S Blaze 4G our post earlier this evening highlighting the upcoming arrival of accessories heading to T-Mobile stores. Hot off a press release are details courtesy of T-Mobile and Samsung for the 3.97″ Super AMOLED screen Galaxy S Blaze 4G. The Blaze 4G will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and feature a Snapdragon S3 processor with a 1.5GHz dual-core … [read full article]

Newest T-Mobile Accessory Sheet Hints At New Devices, HTC Ville And Huawei Prism Included

Finally…a leak that hints, tips or tells us something about new handsets coming to T-Mobile. The good news is that this sheet verifies the HTC Ville rumor, confirms the Samsung T769 as Galaxy S Blaze 4G and introduces us to the Huawei Prism. Coincidentally, it was just last week that word came down T-Mobile had registered new domains with the “Prism” name attached and voilà, now we’ve got a manufacturer … [read full article]

Which Carrier Has The Nations Largest FourGee Network?

AT&T has launched a new battle in the “4G” marketing wars with their very own claim that they have the nations largest 4G network. AT&T’s argument works to combine their new LTE presence with their HSPA+ network to support the size of their 4G network. AT&T’s marketing efforts began this Sunday and it’s in contrast to both Verizon and T-Mobile also arguing they have the nations largest 4G networks. It’s a little laughable … [read full article]

The T-Mobile G2 Is Back On T-Mobile’s Website, Perfect Backup Phone Purchase

Judging by your Twitter feedback, the T-Mobile G2 has been back on the T-Mobile website for at least a few weeks and yet we’re just noticing it. I’m guessing I need to spend more time each week checking the phone directory on T-Mobile’s website. No matter how long it’s been back on the site, it appears that many of you were unaware the T-Mobile G2 had resurfaced and at $199.99 off-contract, it’s … [read full article]

Dear T-Mobile, Please Bring Multiflow To Your Network, Thank You

Nokia Siemens has announced they are showing off the next evolution in HSPA+ technology at the Mobile World Conference next week in Barcelona. Currently called “HSPA+ Multiflow,” this service allows mobile devices to connect to two cell towers simultaneously helping connectivity. Multiflow’s connection to a second tower can make sure a mobile device is connected to a second tower when signal begins fading and could also lead to greatly increased data speeds. … [read full article]