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T-Mobile Adding microSIM Kits For iPhone 4/4S, Training Employees For “Selling Against The iPhone”

Based on both pieces of information that just came into our inbox, we’re trying to draw two conclusions, one that T-Mobile isn’t getting the iPhone 5, which shouldn’t surprise anyone. The second is that with the receipt of new Monthly4G microSIM kits supporting the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, T-Mobile is close to announcing some news about their network refarm. The second bit of interesting news comes from the second image and the … [read full article]

ZTE-Manufactured Device Bound For T-Mobile Pops Up On FCC Website

Enter the T-Mobile Aspect, a ZTE-manufacturered device just discovered passing through the hallowed halls of the FCC under the name ZTE F555. As the device appears to only have AWS/1900 on board for 3G/4G access, we’re pretty sure we’re looking at a feature phone, not a smartphone. For the most part, since the end of 2011, T-Mobile’s smartphones have featured at least 850/AWS/1900 on board and as this ZTE device doesn’t seem to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Formally Launches Handset Protection For Monthly4G Plans

Did you know that two in five Americans have had their smartphones lost, stolen or damaged? Neither did I, but thanks to T-Mobile’s most recent press release I do now as they announce Monthly4G Handset Protection. Fun fact: 59% of Americans say they will reach into a toilet bowl to pick up a dropped smartphone? I know I’m a part of that, I’ve done it before and I’d do it again. It’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile USA Reports Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results

T-Mobile USA reported their third quarter 2011 financial results this morning with an additional 126,000 customers jumping on board thanks to T-Mobile’s Value Plans and Monthly4G prepaid growth. The third quarter growth was compared to a net customer loss in the second quarter of 2011 with a reduction in 50,000 customers. T-Mobile’s total customer base is now 33.7 million customers compared to 33.6 at the end of last quarter and 33.8 million … [read full article]

T-Mobile Identifies And Fixes Trouble With Internet Surfing On Wal-Mart Monthly 4G Plan

T-Mobile just hit our inbox with a brief statement outlining that they have definitively identified and fixed a brief problem with new $30 Monthly4G plan. It was soon after launch that a number of TmoNews readers identified trouble when attempting to visits requiring HTTPS web addresses. T-Mobile has identified a glitch which occurred for a limited number of customers with our recently launched Monthly4G plans, impacting their ability to access select … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Retailer Strategy Focus Shifts To Monthly4G, Indicating Company Strategy If AT&T Deal Fails?

As T-Mobile watches the uncertainty surrounding their AT&T takeover deal, the company is pushing hard to win no-contract customers, perhaps indicating what the company strategy could look like if the AT&T bid fails. While the company line is to focus all its energy on ensuring the AT&T deal comes to pass, Deutsche Telekom is working with independent T-Mobile retailers to provide extra incentives to sell the newer, cheaper prepaid services. T-Mobile is fighting … [read full article]

Customer Requirements For T-Mobile/Wal-Mart $30 Prepaid Plan, HTTPS Data Blocked?

There has been quite a bit of confusion surrounding the new T-Mobile/Wal-Mart $30 prepaid Monthly4G rate plan and we hope this image can clear a few things up. First and foremost, you must get a new number in order to take advantage of this offer as existing customers cannot move over to this rate plan with their existing number. As you can see in the image, there are no exceptions to this … [read full article]