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T-Mobile “very interested” in selling iPhones through MetroPCS

Just a year after the MetroPCS deal went through, T-Mobile announced yesterday that over half the subscriber base has moved over to a T-Mobile compatible handset. Which is great news, considering the CDMA network shutdown going on in at least three more major markets very soon. But, there’s one handset not currently available through MetroPCS: iPhone. In a comment to Re/code, Mike Sievert told the site that the company is “very interested” in … [read full article]

T-Mobile competitors realize Magenta “cleaned their clocks” in first quarter

On May 1st, we’re expecting T-Mobile to announce its Q1 financial results. And, while we don’t have any official figures on sales, subscriber additions, revenues or profits, everything is pointing towards it having been a very successful three-month period for Magenta. In an interview with GeekWire, Mike Sievert claims that the carrier’s opposition know that T-Mo had a great quarter, … [read full article]

(Update: Legere’s in on the act) Mike Sievert teases Uncarrier 5.0, promises “big throw-down”

It seems like ages since we got the last major Uncarrier phase at CES in January this year. Three months can certainly seem like a long time in tech. But just to reassure us that phase 4.0 wasn’t the last, Mike Sievert, the company CMO teased the upcoming major changes last night. Uncarrier 5.0 is coming very soon: It’s time for another big throw-down from T-Mo. We’re changing wireless for the better, again. … [read full article]

Record 100 thousand Galaxy S5 pre-registrations in 2 days for T-Mobile

On Monday afternoon, Samsung took the wraps off its latest flagship device: The Galaxy S5 split opinions among tech enthusiasts, but it’s clearly proving a hit with consumers. Only two days after opening up pre-registration for the device, T-Mobile has collected more than 100,000 submissions on its registration page. Mike Sievert tweeted the announcement a yesterday evening. Whichever way you look at it, that’s an impressive figure. Of course, it doesn’t … [read full article]

T-Mobile Hosting UnCarrier Phase 3 Part II Conference Tomorrow Morning Through Twitter

If you thought T-Mobile’s UnCarrier announcements were over, you’d be wrong! T-Mobile has sent out a note to members of the press and their customers indicating T-Mobile’s “First Tweet Conference for Un-carrier 3.0 Part II.” The announcement is evidently tablet related and with the iPad now available on T-Mobile, I imagine Apple’s tablet will play a big role. T-Mobile CEO John Legere and … [read full article]

T-Mobile Execs Explain Why AT&T Is Target Of Company Marketing, Possible Sprint Merger

T-Mobile’s targeting of AT&T inside their marketing campaigns has certainly brought plenty of attention and T-Mobile’s Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert explained why  at an Investor conference earlier this morning. Sievert explained that T-Mobile focuses its attention on AT&T because it has the largest group of dissatisfied customers: “They combine two things: being big and being bad.” While Sprint may … [read full article]

The iPhone 5s/5c Has Arrived On T-Mobile, And You’ll Never Guess The Most Popular 5c Pre-Order Color

Today is the day and perhaps one of the biggest launches in recent T-Mobile history as the company finally finds itself off the sidelines with a new Apple iPhone launch. To say that T-Mobile is excited about this launch would be a mild understatement, and you can tell exactly that from the Bloomberg interview with T-Mobile CMO Mike Sievert. According to … [read full article]

Image Confirms T-Mobile Moto X Availability Through “Google Play Only?”

With lingering questions still surrounding the T-Mobile Moto X launch, perhaps this image that just landed in my inbox will help clear up some answers. According to the internal shot from T-Mobile, the Moto X will only be available through “Google Play.” Immediately after the launch, a statement provided by T-Mobile Marketing Chief Mike Sievert stated the Moto X would “initially be available through Motorola’s channels.” That’s slightly contradictory from … [read full article]