Tag Archives: T-Mobile

T-Mobile to catch up with Sprint by next quarter?

“Put a fork in it, they’re done!” A phrase which T-Mobile’s chief, John Legere has often used regarding his company’s chances of catching up with Sprint’s subscriber base. With last quarter’s results having been revealed by all the major carriers, T-Mo is closer than ever to taking the #3 spot from its rival. Sprint’s total subscriber base now consists of just over 55 million customers following a quarter in which it added just under half … [read full article]

Detailed report shows how T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T and Sprint compared in Q3

It seems an age since T-Mobile announced its results for Q3 of this year, having added a record number of branded postpaid additions. It also posted double digit service revenue growth. In fact, in virtually every measurable performance indicator, T-Mobile showed incredible statistics. Jan Dawson, a knowledgeable and respected wireless industry analyst at Jackdaw, has teamed up exclusively with Fierce Wireless to publish his third quarter slides which show how T-Mobile stacked up … [read full article]

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note Edge available from November 14th

Earlier today, Samsung published a press release announcing that the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge would be available on sale in the U.S. from November 14th. It will be available on all four major carriers, and the price is set to be astronomical. Although T-Mobile is yet to announce pricing, the Galaxy Note 4 Edge landing/pre-registration page on T-Mobile.com clearly displays the 11/14 date. Confirming information revealed [read full article]

T-Mobile wideband 15+15 LTE spotted in New York City

Good news for Big Apple dwellers on T-Mobile’s network! Over the past week we’ve received a number of emails telling us that New York City has finally got some wideband LTE network love. T-Mobiles “fatter data pipes” increase data download speeds significantly over LTE connections and help deal with higher traffic in major metro areas. And it’s been spotted in Brooklyn, NYC. It’s not yet been announced by T-Mobile officially, but we’ve received … [read full article]

T-Mobile, Verizon and Dish among 70 companies allowed to bid at AWS-3 auction

The FCC’s upcoming AWS-3 auction will be the biggest spectrum auction in the U.S. since 2008, and the list of companies qualified to bid has 70 names. The auction is set to begin on November 13th. T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T are all on the list, as is Dish Network. But perhaps the biggest absence is Sprint. Old Yeller decided to sit this one out. Alongside the major companies are a … [read full article]

HTC One M8 for Windows, Galaxy Note Edge and others coming on Nov. 9-14?

T-Mobile is about to release a wave of products, if  leak obtained by Windows Central is anything to go by. The product release schedule points to several devices due to land within a few days of each other, between November 9th and November 14th. They go as follows: 11/9 – T-Mobile LTE Hotspot 11/9 – HTC Windows M8 11/12 – LG 450 11/12 – Nexus 6 11/12 – Nexus 9 … [read full article]

T-Mobile to launch Samsung Gear S with bespoke $5 wearable rate plan on Nov. 9

Today, T-Mobile announced that will be offering up the latest smartwatch from Samsung, the Gear S, from November 9th. It will be available on EIP for $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $14.58, or a total retail cost of $349.92. Those who want to pre-register can do so today at T-Mobile.com. What’s more, T-Mo is making the most of the Gear S’ built-in SIM reader and is introducing a wearable rate plan for … [read full article]

AT&T unhappy with T-Mobile’s attempts at clarifying roaming rates

In a blog posted yesterday evening, John Marsh from AT&T outlines the company’s opposition to T-Mobile’s attempt at changing roaming regulation. And that’s not surprising. No matter which party is right or wrong, AT&T seemingly always opposes every change the Un-carrier tries to make. Whether that’s making spectrum auctions more fair, or “clarifying” roaming rate regulations. At the heart of this complaint is T-Mobile’s request to the FCC just a few months … [read full article]