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New T-Mobile family plan offers four lines, each with 10GB of data, for $120

Time for another Un-carrier Amped move? Yep, time for another. T-Mobile just revealed its newest Un-carrier Amped announcement, which is a new family plan that offers two lines with 10GB of 4G LTE data for each line at a price of $100 per month. Each additional line can get 10GB for $20 per month. If you sign up for a fourth line before Labor Day on September … [read full article]

OnePlus 2 will include LTE band 12 support

When it launched last year, the OnePlus One was an attractive device because it offered pretty high-end specs for a low no-contract price. Unfortunately, the One doesn’t support all of T-Mobile’s LTE bands, making it a bit less attractive to T-Mo subscribers. The good news is that it looks like the OnePlus 2 will fix that. Several OnePlus employees recently jumped onto Reddit for an Ask Me (Almost) Anything session about … [read full article]

T-Mobile kicks off MLB All-Star Game contest that’s offering $5 million worth of travel vouchers

Earlier this week, T-Mobile announced that it is the first Presenting Sponsor for the MLB All-Star Game, and that it’s also sponsoring the All-Star FanFest again this year. Well today is the day that the FanFest kicks off, and T-Mo is celebrating with a contest. To kick off T-Mobile All-Star FanFest and the launch of Mobile Without Borders, T-Mo is giving $5 million to … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Mobile Without Borders will let you use your phone in Canada and Mexico without extra fees

The next Un-carrier move to get Amped? The original, Simple Choice. T-Mobile today introduced Mobile Without Borders, an expansion of Simple Choice that lets you use your phone in Canada and Mexico just like you would in the US. That means that calling and texting to, from, and between the US, Canada and Mexico won’t cost you extra, regardless of whether a mobile or landline phone is involved. … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s next Un-carrier Amped move will be announced July 9 at 9:00 am ET

Heads up, people: T-Mobile’s next Un-carrier Amped move will indeed be revealed tomorrow, July 9. John Legere and Mike Sievert will host a conference call to discuss the next Un-carrier Amped move that’ll start at 9:00 am. If you’ve got any questions for Legere or Sievert, you’ll be able to ask ‘em during the call tomrorow using Twitter. Just ping them at @johnlegere or @sievertmike and ask … [read full article]

T-Mobile expanding MLB partnership to become first Presenting Sponsor of the All-Star Game

After teaming up with the MLB on the T-Mobile All-Star FanFest in 2013 and 2014, T-Mo today announced that it’s expanding its partnership with Major League Baseball. T-Mobile will be the first Presenting Sponsor of the MLB All-Star Game, which will be broadcast on FOX on July 14 at 8:00 pm ET. The deal will see T-Mobile have a “marquee stadium presence” inside the Great … [read full article]

John Legere says Un-carrier Amped move coming Thursday, another one next week

After taking to Periscope last week to tease that he had “something great” coming the following week, John Legere again appeared on Periscope today to keep the hype train going. John Legere’s latest Periscope was held during a run in Central Park ahead of an investor dinner. He shed just a tiny bit more light on his plans for this week, saying that he has some “big news” … [read full article]

T-Mobile Summer Shocker sale offers deals on Galaxy S6, iPhone 6, and more

T-Mobile today kicked off its Summer Shocker sale, a two-day event that offers discounts on several smartphones when ordered online or through telesales. The Summer Shocker sale includes Android and iOS hardware that range from high-end and new to more affordable. The fine print of the promo mentions that you’ll need to be a new customer or sign up for a new line to take advantage of these … [read full article]

T-Mobile transparency report shows that it got more government requests than other carriers

T-Mobile recently posted its first transparency report, and while Magenta is either the third or fourth largest US carrier depending on who you ask, it actually received the most government requests in 2014. During 2014, T-Mobile got a total of 351,940 government requests for info on T-Mo and its customers. That includes 177,549 subpoenas, 97,440 emergency/911 calls, 34,913 court orders, 3,087 wiretap orders, 849 customer requests for their own info, and a total of 8 … [read full article]