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Kyocera Hydro XRTM waterproof, durable phone coming to T-Mobile B2B channels on November 20

Earlier today Kyocera announced its latest Android-powered smartphone. But it’s a little different from its previous offerings. The Hydro XTRM (presumably pronounced “extreme”) is designed to handle all the rough and tumble you could possibly throw at it. It’s waterproof, drop-proof and shock-proof. And it’s been designed specifically with businesses in mind. Particularly businesses where more durable hardware is preferable. A run down of a few specs IP57 certified for protection against dust, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Brings Simple Choice Plans To Business Customers In Effort To Boost B2B Offerings

T-Mobile’s made no secret about boosting its B2B offerings to heighten its presence in corporate markets and of course add some black ink to the bottom line. That’s why T-Mobile is officially introducing Simple Choice for Business and Simple Choice Classic Plans. With these new plans, T-Mobile is providing business customers more flexibility and choice about how they buy and use wireless devices, including no annual service contract options with the T-Mobile Simple Choice … [read full article]

BlackBerry Q10 Registration Page Is Now Live For T-Mobile Business Customers

T-Mobile business customers take noyr as the registration page for the upcoming launch of the BlackBerry Q10 is now live. T-Mobile announced the device on April 24th and promised “additional details, including availability and pricing, will be shared at a later date.” Whispers have us believing that we could be looking at a late May launch for business customers with consumer availability shortly thereafter. If you’re a T-Mobile business customer … [read full article]

BlackBerry Z10 On Sale March 11th For Business Customers, Before End Of March For Everyone Else

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T-Mobile has confirmed to Reuters that the BlackBerry Z10 will launch on the carrier March 11th for business customers. T-Mobile declined to give a date for the consumer side launch, but said it would happen before the end of March. T-Mobile will release the Z10 as one of the first LTE-ready devices on the network for $249 with a two-year commitment. The carrier has mentioned it hopes to be the first … [read full article]

T-Mobile Introduces $50 “Open Europe Plan” For International Business Travelers

T-Mobile’s continued efforts to reinvigorate its business-2-business unit has just been graced with a brand new Europe-wide 500MB roaming plant or $50 per line. The half-gig of data is available on both 3G and 4G networks Europe-wide and just like inside the US, hitting your data limit will lead to throttling rather than overage charges. The plan is available in 28 countries, including … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces New Set Of Business Oriented Data Plans

T-Mobile has just announced revamped mobile broadband data plans for business users allowing them to choose whether they or not they want to be throttled when reaching their data cap. T-Mobile is now offering “overage-free” and “high-speed” data plans for use with its tablet, mobile hotspots, and USB data stick lineup. The “overage-free” data plans allows businesses to control the cost of monthly data usage with plans that slow data speeds down when … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm Talks iPhone, Job Restructuring In New Interview

T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm is playing a bit of offense thanks to an interview with the Seattle Times, helping to get out of front and allay any fears that T-Mobile’s recent job restructuring cuts are of any real concern to the future of the company. Humm highlights that while 900 positions are being eliminated on one side, the company is adding 550 new positions which he believes was misunderstood. Furthermore, Humm … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adding 550 New Positions, Hopes To Soften Blow Of Job Loss Reports

T-Mobile has posted a few brief updates to the unfortunate job cut story that made the rounds yesterday. As it stands now, the job “reductions” will result in a total net loss of 350 positions — and T-Mobile adds that it has plans to hire 550 new positions in the future. The 550 new positions are in addition to the 1000 new B2B positions T-Mobile plans to add to “aggressively” pursue … [read full article]

T-Mobile Eyeing Enterprise Market As Huge Opportunity For Growth

In the hopes of finding new areas of growth, T-Mobile is adding 1,000 more Business-to-Business (B2B) sales people to grow their presence in the enterprise market, an area T-Mobile now holds around 5% of the $60 billion dollar B2B market. Matt Millen, Vice President of Small and Medium Business Sales for T-Mobile said in an interview at CTIA Wireless 2012 that the company is launching an aggressive strategy to grab a bigger share … [read full article]