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T-Mobile’s Value Plan Promotion For Saturday September 24th

On September 24th T-Mobile will celebrate its new Value Plan with a one-day promotion that allows customers a chance at T-Mobile’s newest handsets for a down payment of $99.99 or less after mail-in rebate. You can pick up an HTC Sensation 4G, myTouch 4G Slide, Blackberry Bold 9900 or a T-Mobile G-Slate when paired with a Value Plan with 2Gb of data or higher on a two year agreement. Every smartphone, … [read full article]

Galaxy S II Versus Galaxy S 4G Size Comparison

If you’ve been waiting to see how the Galaxy S II measures up size-wise against other devices in T-Mobile’s line-up then we’ve got the hands-on shot for you. Without a “true” hands on yet we’ve only been able to grab a few “in the wild” shots floating around with our ninjas and unfortunately none of them showed the device stacked up against other handsets. This image was sent in with … [read full article]

Did T-Mobile CMO Confirm No iPhone 5 For Magenta This Year?

Update: As a number of you are pointing out, we could read a lot into the “this year” portion of the statement. Does that mean an iPhone 4/4S is coming to T-Mobile this year or is a deal in place for T-Mobile to launch an iPhone in 2012? There is a lot of ways to interpret his statement but one thing seems certain, no iPhone 5 for T-Mobile anytime before midnight on December … [read full article]

Cellular South Files Anti-Trust Lawsuit, Sues To Block AT&T Takeover Of T-Mobile

Following Sprint’s and the Department of Justice lead, regional carrier Cellular South has filed an anti-trust lawsuit hoping to block AT&T’s takeover of T-Mobile USA. According to Eric Graham, Cellular South Vice President for Strategic and Government relations a combined AT&T/T-Mobile would “substantially lesson competition” and “essentially consolidate the market into the hands of the ‘Big Two’ AT&T and Verizon.” Additionally, the carrier believes that higher roaming fees will result, innovation … [read full article]

AT&T Says Keep Your Rate Plan, Even When Your Contract Expires

While AT&T awaits FCC approval, DOJ lawsuits and a host of contentious members of the political machine they are still trying to win over the T-Mobile customer. As of September 16th T-Mobile updated their internal FAQ for employees regarding possible customers question surrounding rate plans changing post-AT&T takeover. A small addendum might help allay the fears of some T-Mobile customers who are fearful that their rate plans will disappear. We’ve … [read full article]

Blackberry Curve 9360 Pamphlet Arrives In Stores, Phone Not Far Behind?

While the rumored September 14th launch date for the Blackberry Curve 9360 has come and gone, T-Mobile retail stores are beginning to receive documentation hopefully indicating that launch isn’t far off. A pamphlet detailing all of the Curve 9360 benefits has begun arriving at T-Mobile retail stores which is typically a pretty clear indicator that we can expect to see the Curve 9360 appear on store shelves sometime in the not … [read full article]

AT&T Talking To Rivals About Asset Sales To Save T-Mobile Deal?

An early morning Bloomberg report indicates that AT&T has already begun approaching its smaller rivals including MetroPCS and Leap to sell both spectrum and customers in an attempt to save its T-Mobile deal. Along with its smaller rivals the Bloomberg report also indicates AT&T has reached out to CenturyLink Inc., Dish Network and Sprint to also determine their interest level in possibly acquiring assets in order for AT&T to push their deal … [read full article]

(Update) T-Mobile Holding “Values Day 2011″ September 24th?

Update: We’ve been told by trusted sources that “Values Day 2011″ is an annual event/internal program used to boost employee morale. However, it doesn’t change our belief that the promotion itself taking place on the 24th is still a Value-plan based promotion.  We’re still guessing at what exactly T-Mobile has in store for their “All Hands Day” on September 24th even so we’re receiving more and more notification that this will be … [read full article]

T-Mobile Responds To State Attorneys General Announcing Support For Department Of Justice Lawsuit

With the announcement that Attorneys General from seven states were jumping behind the Department of Justice lawsuit to block the AT&T/T-Mobile takeover Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile were quick to respond. T-Mobile’s Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Tom Sugrue made these remarks following the announcement of the Attorney Generals to join the Justice Department lawsuit: “Given the numerous benefits the merger will bring to consumers, businesses, and the US economy … [read full article]

T-Mobile Shows Renewal Customer Growth Is Strong

There has been a lot of negative news lately surrounding T-Mobile’s financial performance given AT&T’s efforts to portray them as a carrier steps away from financial ruin. While that may be the way AT&T is attempting to portray T-Mobile, there is some good news considering T-Mobile’s recent internal report regarding the number of customer renewals in the last three months. A total of 5 million customers have renewed their service with T-Mobile … [read full article]

(Updated: Sprint And AT&T Respond) Seven States Join Department Of Justice Effort To Block AT&T/T-Mobile Takeover

Update 1: AT&T respondsIt is not unusual for state attorneys general to participate in DOJ merger review proceedings or court filings. At the same time, we appreciate that 11 state attorneys general and hundreds of other local, state and federal officials are publicly supportive of our merger. We will continue to seek an expedited hearing on the DOJ’s complaint. On a parallel path, we have been and remain interested in … [read full article]

Congressional Members Ask President Obama To Settle AT&T/T-Mobile DOJ Lawsuit

Fifteen House of Representative Democrat members led by Rep. Heath Shuler from North Carolina have written a letter to President Obama urging him to settle the Department of Justice lawsuit filed against the AT&T/T-Mobile takeover. “By settling the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile USA, we can put thousands of Americans back to work and promote economic development across the country,” Shuler said. I urge the president to strongly consider the … [read full article]