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John Legere hosted a Twitter Q&A to discuss Binge On, here’s what he said

As expected, John Legere took to Twitter this afternoon to answer some questions about Binge On. He ended up posting quick video responses to most of the questions that he answered, but some folks may not want to scroll through his Twitter feed and watch a bunch of videos, so I’ve included the questions and answers below. If you’d prefer to watch his answers yourself, you can … [read full article]

John Legere says Binge On throttling accusations are B.S. as T-Mobile adds 14 more free streaming options

There’s been a lot of noise lately about Binge On, with YouTube and the Electronic Frontier Foundation claiming that T-Mobile is throttling users with the feature. Well today T-Mobile CEO John Legere has responded to those claims with a new video. In his response, Legere says that there are groups that are trying to confuse … [read full article]

Deutsche Telekom being pressured to investigate T-Mobile US treatment of workers

According to a new report, T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom is feeling heat to address working conditions at T-Mo. Sources speaking to Reuters say that a pair of “major investors” in Deutsche Telekom are concerned with the way that T-Mobile US employees are being treated. Additionally, lawmakers in both Washington D.C. and Berlin want the German government to ensure that DT addresses these worker issues. The … [read full article]

T-Mobile ‘dumbfounded’ by YouTube’s stance toward Binge On

T-Mobile recently responded to YouTube’s criticism of Binge On, saying that calling what the service does “throttling” is misleading. Fast-forward to today and some T-Mo executives speaking at an investor conference took the opportunity to defend Binge On once again. T-Mobile COO Mike Sievert responded to YouTube’s complaints by saying that T-Mo is “dumbfounded” about why YouTube might thing that enabling … [read full article]

LG K7 officially coming to T-Mobile and MetroPCS

Earlier this week, LG revealed its new K Series, a lineup “mass-tier offerings” running Android. And now we know that one of the new K Series phones will hit T-Mobile and MetroPCS. T-Mobile has confirmed that the LG K7 will hit both its Magenta shelves as well as MetroPCS. Launch and pricing details will be revealed later, but considering the K7’s spec list, I wouldn’t imagine that it’ll … [read full article]

BlackBerry Priv confirmed to be launching at T-Mobile on January 26

Way back in August 2015, we first heard that the BlackBerry Priv would launch at T-Mobile. And five months later, that bit of information has finally been confirmed. BlackBerry and T-Mobile announced today that the Priv will launch at T-Mobile on January 26. Pricing hasn’t been disclosed, but BlackBerry sells unlocked Priv units for $699, and so T-Mobile’s asking price probably won’t be too far off. The good news is … [read full article]