Tag Archives: RIM

BlackBerry Devices No Longer Available Inside T-Mobile Company-Owned Stores

In a move we knew was coming in the very first week of September has now made the news cycle rounds day. According to a Reuters report, T-Mobile has made the decision not to sell any BlackBerry devices in their company-owned retail store locations. I’m honestly not sure why the store is breaking today when company management began filtering this message down earlier in the month. That being said, it’s an unfortunate … [read full article]

T-Mobile Hopes To Be First Carrier To Launch The BlackBerry Z10 In The US

With our own set of intel pointing to a late March launch for the BlackBerry Z10, T-Mobile is going on the record with Bloomberg and stating they are “aiming to be the first American carrier ‘out of the gate’” with the device. “The device is more stable than we anticipated,” said Frank Sickinger, head of business sales at T-Mobile USA, a unit of Deutsche Telekom AG. “If we are able to … [read full article]

RIM Introduces Blackberry 10 To The World, And It Looks Good As It Comes To T-Mobile

Blackberry’s making some major changes this morning with the introduction of Blackberry 10. First things first though, RIM has declared that they shall no longer be “RIM” and henceforth will only be called “Blackberry.” More importantly is Blackberry announcing the availability of the Z10 on all four national carriers beginning in mid-March. If you’ll recall, an early roadmap for T-Mobile indicated the Blackberry Z10 would launch on March 27th. Blackberry is … [read full article]

Handset Manufacturers Discuss T-Mobile’s “Killing” Of The Subsidy

T-Mobile’s dynamic shift away from the subsidy model of the US wireless industry is definitely raising eyebrows. We’ve already heard from the heads of AT&T and Verizon, both of whom have stated they are closely watching the reaction to T-Mobile’s efforts. AT&T’s CEO feelings have been shared by the likes of Telefonica and Vodafone in Spain lending more credit to the idea that T-Mobile’s move may offer more risk than reward. Still, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms Blackberry 10 Availability In The Future

As we count down the days till Blackberry’s late January showcase, T-Mobile CEO John Legere confirmed to Reuters that his company will carry Blackberry 10 products. “We’re extremely optimistic that it’s going to be a successful product and our business customers are extremely interested in it,” Chief Executive John Legere said. T-Mobile was joined by AT&T and Verizon in announcing their intent to carry BB10 products. For its part, RIM says we … [read full article]

T-Mobile And RIM Introduce The Blackberry Curve 9315

The Blackberry Curve 9315 won’t do much to excite Blackberry owners eagerly awaiting the release of Blackberry 10, but it might please…someone. T-Mobile and RIM announce the most affordable Blackberry on T-Mobile’s network for just $49.99 out of pocket on a Value Plan with 20 equally $10 monthly installments and a two-year agreement. The Curve 9315 features Blackberry 7.1 and a 3.2 megapixel camera and will be available for an exclusive … [read full article]

New T-Mobile Blackberry MyAccount App Hints At Blackberry 10 Support

If there was ever any question whether T-Mobile would support RIM’s upcoming “10″ OS, let the introduction of a new MyAccount app in Blackberry App World put any debate to rest. This new version of T-Mobile’s account management app was added this past Wednesday and requires “Tablet: 10.0.0 or higher.” RIM has gone on record as saying they have Blackberry 10 already in the hands of at least 50 carriers around the … [read full article]

Android Marketshare Set To Drop, Windows Phone To See Significant Jump By 2016?

So, here’s a bit of a doozy for all you Android fans out there enjoying the meteoric rise of your favorite operating system — the growth won’t last. Well, not only will it not last, it will peak in 2012 and then begin to make way for Windows Phone. According to market research firm IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report, what goes up, must also come down. The report solidifies Android as … [read full article]

American Consumer Satisfaction Index Says Smartphone Owners Love Apple Most, T-Mobile Tied With AT&T For Satisfaction

The American Consumer Satisfaction Index (ASCI) released their latest findings yesterday, revealing consumer satisfaction scores for cellphone manufacturers and wireless carriers. So who were the top two victors in their respective field? The first may not surprise you  one definitely will as Apple and Sprint take top honors. ASCI collects data from more than 70,000 customers from more than 225 companies in 47 industries and 10 economic factors. This is the first year … [read full article]