Tag Archives: T-Mobile

T-Mobile to end overage fees for its customers, urges other carriers to do the same

The first of T-Mobile’s trio of new Uncarrier announcements was a Simple Starter plan with unlimited talk and text as well as 500MB of LTE data. T-Mo then followed that up with “Operation Tablet Freedom,” which knocks the price of LTE-enabled tablets down to equal their Wi-Fi-only counterparts and also offers 1GB of free data for voice customers. This morning T-Mobile has revealed its final Uncarrier announcement, … [read full article]

Analysts: Sprint and T-Mobile need to merge, “aren’t independently viable at the same time”

For the past few months SoftBank CEO, Masayoshi Son has purportedly been contemplating a move to buy out Deutsche Telekom’s controlling stake in T-Mobile U.S.  Things have gone a little quiet on that front in recent times. And it’s no surprise since both the FCC and DoJ have expressed concerns over any merger between major U.S. carriers. They want four network operators. Not three. Both agree that a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 and Samsung Gear available from today

Today is the day you’ve been waiting for! T-Mobile has finally made the HTC One M8 available for sale, launching alongside Samsung’s Galaxy flagship device. If you’ve already pre-ordered the Galaxy S5, you should have received it by now (unless you pre-ordered after April 6th). As for the One M8, it was never available on pre-order through T-Mo, but you can order it from today or go pick one up from your local … [read full article]

Operation Tablet Freedom explained – Better for voice customers

As with most of T-Mobile’s announcements there are various questions. They are great offers, but sometimes need a little decoding to make full sense of everything that’s just been announced. So let’s tackle all the bullet points of today’s announcement piece by piece. . 1. Up to 1.2 GB of free data until the end of 2014 This is a combination of two different offers. Firstly, and to get it out the way, … [read full article]

Survey: T-Mobile, Verizon offer most “bang for buck”

Things have improved drastically for T-Mobile since the Uncarrier movement began last year. In that time, it’s shaken up the industry by ditching contracts, offering unlimited data for a great price and rolling out LTE at lightning pace to over 200 million PoPs. But all this is just a great collection of milestones and stats if it doesn’t impact the way consumers think. Thankfully, they’re in agreement. Not only have subscribers been joining … [read full article]

Tmo to offer 50,000 customers chance to download Shakira’s new album free, posts exclusive Q&A [video]

Last October, T-Mobile announced a multi-year partnership with Shakira. As part of the deal, the company supported her “Can’t remember to forget you” single launch as well as offering access to an exclusive concert at Bryant Park in New York. Now, with the launch of her new album just a week ago, T-Mobile is going to be offering even more exclusive content and offers for its customers. First up, an exclusive Q&A with … [read full article]

BlackBerry offering T-Mobile subscribers with $100 off device purchases at ShopBlackBerry?

BlackBerry might have ended its licensing agreement with T-Mobile, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t want Magenta-carrier customers using its devices. In an effort to get them to buy brand new BlackBerries direct from the company, it started sending out emails to T-Mobile customers, offering them $100 off purchases at ShopBlackBerry.com. Email recipients have been offered a … [read full article]

(Update: John Legere blog post) T-Mobile Corporate Discount changes: Current customers will be grandfathered in

Well, talk about a change of heart. Just days after announcing that the monthly corporate discount would be disappearing for everyone except government and military workers, Mike Sievert – on his Twitter account – posted “Tomorrow we will announce that current (customers) can keep their corp employee discount.” The tweet was posted earlier this morning, and so we should expect a formal announcement tomorrow at some point. Good news. Tomorrow we will … [read full article]

BlackBerry ends contract with T-Mobile, from April 25 devices will no longer be for sale

Late last night, BlackBerry announced that it has ended its commercial relationship with T-Mobile. Its current licensing contract ends on April 25, and it will not be renewed. CEO John Chen stated: “Regretfully, at this time, our strategies are not complementary and we must act in the best interest of our BlackBerry customers,” BlackBerry and T-Mobile’s relationship over the past couple of months has been tense, to say the least. First off, T-Mobile kicked off … [read full article]