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T-Mobile Un-carrier Next will build taxes and fees into One plan, KickBack will credit low data usage

Un-carrier Next is official. T-Mobile CEO John Legere today took to the CES 2017 stage to reveal the next Un-carrier move, which includes three main points. First up, T-Mobile wants to help simplify your bill by building taxes and fees into the price that it advertises for its plans. As an example, the T-Mobile One plan with a single line will cost $70 flat, rather than $70 plus additional taxes and fees added to your bill. … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s next Un-carrier move will be revealed on January 5

It’s official: T-Mobile’s next Un-carrier move is coming January 5. T-Mobile today announced a press conference at 11:00 am on January 5, 2017. The event, which is taking place at CES in Las Vegas, is clearly labeled an Un-carrier event. As for what’s next, that’s still a mystery. T-Mobile did drop a teaser video for the #UncarrierNEXT event, and in it CEO John Legere says “Everybody’s been asking for this one. You’re gonna love what’s next.” … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO John Legere voted most powerful executive in US telecom industry

John Legere has accomplished quite a bit in his time as CEO of T-Mobile, and now he’s got another achievement to add to that list. Legere has been voted the most powerful executive in the US telecommunications industry. The voting was hosted by FierceWireless, who has been running a bracket-style tournament over the past week and tallying reader votes to determine the most powerful exec in US telecom. Over the past week, Legere has beat … [read full article]

T-Mobile extends Magenta Friday two lines free promo through Tuesday

T-Mobile’s Magenta Friday promo offering two lines free was originally slated to end on Sunday, but it’s now been extended. T-Mobile announced today that the Magenta Friday two lines free promo has been extended through Tuesday. In a Periscope stream, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said that “it’s been really crowded” in stores and he wants to make sure that everyone gets a chance to take advantage of the deal. With this extension, the Magenta … [read full article]

T-Mobile and John Legere respond to recent Verizon ads, want you to help pick new T-Mo ad

T-Mobile has targeted Verizon a few times in the past, like with its Ball Buster Challenge, and now T-Mo and John Legere are going after Big Red again. T-Mobile today launched its #dontgetVerizoned campaign, which asks you to share any bad experiences you’ve had with Verizon and also vote on a new ad that T-Mo will put out. There are three ads to choose from, and you can view them all at the bottom of this post. … [read full article]

Bring your Google Pixel to T-Mobile and get $325 in bill credits

John Legere’s “BIG news” about the Google Pixel has been revealed. Starting tomorrow, October 28, T-Mobile will give you $325 in bill credits when you buy an unlocked Google Pixel and sign up for a T-Mobile One plan. This offer will be available for a limited time. In order to get your bill credits, you’ll first buy your Pixel from Google or anywhere else. You then sign up for T-Mobile One and show your … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO John Legere teases that he’s got ‘BIG news’ about Google Pixel

When the Google Pixel and Pixel XL debuted, T-Mobile touted that both devices work great on its network. Now it looks like T-Mo has more news to share about the Pixels. T-Mobile CEO John Legere has taken to Twitter to tease that he’s got “BIG news” about T-Mobile and the Google Pixel. The news will be revealed today, but Legere teased that the Pixel “works great” on T-Mobile. Tomorrow I have BIG news about @TMobile[read full article]

T-Mobile reports Q3 2016 results, including 2 million customers added

UPDATE: T-Mobile CEO John Legere teased that a new Un-carrier move will be announced before T-Mo’s next earnings call. T-Mobile’s Q4 2015 earnings were announced in mid-February, so the next Un-carrier move could come sometime before mid-February 2016. T-Mo also said today that there will be multiple devices with 4×4 MIMO support released in 2017.    After previewing its Q3 2016 results last month, T-Mobile today released its full third quarter earnings report. T-Mobile added 2 million … [read full article]

T-Mobile strikes $48 million settlement with FCC over unlimited data plan deprioritization

T-Mobile today entered into an agreement with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding regarding disclosures about its unlimited data plan and deprioritization. In March 2015, the FCC began investigating T-Mobile over how it explained its policy of deprioritizing heavy unlimited data users. The FCC says that it received hundreds of complaints from T-Mobile and MetroPCS customers that were unhappy about the deprioritization and felt that T-Mobile wasn’t providing the unlimited data service that was being advertised. According … [read full article]