Tag Archives: T-Mobile

Android Enterprise Security, GOOD

Are you a business customer on T-Mobile and really want an Android phone?  Then T-Mobile and Good Technology have a solution for you.  Together, they are offering Enterprise-Class security for business users on Android.  Put simply, “The Good for Enterprise Android solution lets business customers of all sizes harness the power of the Android operating system and provide enterprise-grade security and control over their business data and applications.”  We love security, don’t we?

Sprint Receives Subpoenas From Nine States Over T-Mobile Deal

While Sprint may be at the forefront of the AT&T/T-Mobile opposition they aren’t alone in facing scrutiny from the government over the deal. It’s been confirmed via Reuters that Sprint has received subpoenas from nine states in connection with the anti-trust review of AT&T’s takeover of T-Mobile. A letter dated June 28th to the FCC Sprint stated it had received the subpoenas and civil investigation demands for all the materials it has … [read full article]

Democratic Supporters Of AT&T/T-Mobile Deal Received Campaign Donations From AT&T

Will it come to anyone’s surprise that of the 72 Democratic lawmakers that sent a letter to the FCC and Justice department supporting the AT&T/T-Mobile merger that 66 of those lawmakers received campaign contributions from AT&T. Totaling over $500,000 in contributions most of the donations came from political action committees associated with AT&T, who remains the single-largest corporate donor to Congressional members over the last two decades. Want to know how widespread … [read full article]

AT&T Files Public Statement With AT&T Supporting T-Mobile Deal As Promised

After yesterdays statement via their company blog AT&T followed through on their promise to file a public statement supporting their AT&T takeover with the FCC. The filing once again drives home the belief that this transaction gives AT&T and T-Mobile customers “the network capacity they need to enjoy the full promise of the broadband revolution.” Wayne Watts, AT&T Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel had this to say about the … [read full article]

Cricket Wireless Wants You To Say “Hasta La Vista” To T-Mobile

Oh Cricket Wireless, you so funny playing off the Terminator movie line. So inventive of you. This ad found by one of our astute @TmoNews Twitter followers comes on the heels of a large number of you seeing a similar message coming across in a new Cricket Wireless television commercial proclaiming T-Mobile dead. I’ve tried to locate the commercial online but have been unable to do so and there is no link to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Marketing At Its Finest, In Barcelona

Once again our overseas brethren prove that their marketing creativity knows no bounds with a real life Angry Birds demonstration in Barcelona. This was set up on May 11th and it’s been making the internet rounds ever since and by popular demand we’re finally getting it posted. So enjoy the 1:41 of pure Angry Birds fun and try to remember that while we in America never get to do anything this fun for T-Mobile marketing, … [read full article]

AT&T Posts Statement Regarding T-Mobile Buyout

Today’s AT&T/T-Mobile merger news comes via AT&T herself with a post on their Public Policy Blog titled “It is Much Easier to be Critical than to be Correct.” The blog post starts right off with a one two punch from AT&T promising this deal is necessary in order to give AT&T the necessary network capacity to work within the “broadband revolution.” AT&T of course claims that the capacity of the combined company … [read full article]

AT&T Commercial Says They Are Planning To Combine With T-Mobile

It’s not like AT&T’s proposed merger of T-Mobile is a big secret so this commercial isn’t in any way a surprise though the leaving out of any T-Mobile logo is. That not withstanding quite a few of you have already caught this during the NBA Finals, Nascar races or various other times during the day but for some reason it has yet to appear on AT&T’s own YouTube page. It’s a pretty simple commercial that explains … [read full article]