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T-Mobile Tuesdays hat will be offered to customers soon

It looks like T-Mobile has another piece of branded gear coming soon for T-Mobile Tuesdays. A photo shared with TmoNews shows a new T-Mobile Tuesdays hat. It’s got a magenta “T” logo on the front, what looks to be a mesh back, and an adjustable strap. The source who shared the photo didn’t have an exact date for the release of this T-Mobile Tuesdays hat, but we’ve seen previously leaked pieces of T-Mo gear available within … [read full article]

Several Democrats urge FCC to seek additional public comment on T-Mobile-Sprint merger

Days after FCC Chairman Ajit Pai formally recommended that the T-Mobile-Sprint merger be approved, some members of the U.S. government are urging the FCC to allow for a period of public comment before voting on the deal. U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar and a group of other Democratic senators today sent a letter to FCC Chairman Pai, saying that the FCC should issue a public notice and seek public comment on the proposed merger. Along with … [read full article]

T-Mobile says hundreds of 600MHz LTE sites upgraded in the past two weeks

Ready for another round of low-band LTE upgrades? T-Mobile has confirmed that it’s performed hundreds of low-band LTE over the past two weeks. These upgrades include 600MHz and 700MHz spectrum. T-Mo’s latest LTE upgrades are sprinkled throughout the U.S., including cities like Phoenix, AZ; Corvallis, OR; Detroit, MI; Woburn, MA; Jacksonville, FL; and Austin, TX. As usual, below we’ve got the full list of cities that’ve been upgraded. Dothan, AL Buckeye, AZ Chandler, AZ Globe, AZ Kingman, AZ Litchfield … [read full article]

T-Mobile ranks No. 1 in J.D. Power Wireless Purchase Experience Study for fourth straight time

T-Mobile has once again come out on top in a J.D. Power study. T-Mo has finished first in the new J.D. Power Wireless Purchase Experience Study – Volume 2, making the fourth straight time that T-Mobile has been the top-ranked U.S. carrier in this J.D. Power report. T-Mobile scored 864 points out of 1,000 in this latest study, an improvement of 10 points over T-Mo’s scores in the last two J.D. Power wireless purchase … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Sprint rumored to have started early settlement talks with state AGs

As more states join the lawsuit to block T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger, the two carriers have reportedly started settlement talks with the state attorneys general. A new rumor says that T-Mobile and Sprint have started investigating a possible settlement with the state AGs involved in the lawsuit, and it’s said that ideas are being tossed around both internally and with the AGs. Fox Business claims that these negotiations are just beginning and that the two sides are … [read full article]

T-Mobile and MediaTek partner on first multi-vendor standalone 5G data call

T-Mobile has achieved a few 5G milestones lately with partners like Ericsson and Nokia. Today another achievement was announced, but this one includes a new partner. MediaTek touts that it and T-Mobile have completed the world’s first “5G New Radio (NR) standalone data call in a multi-vendor environment that mirrors actual 5G deployment in T-Mobile’s network.” The companies used a MediaTek 5G M70 Modem. MediaTek also notes that the collab between it and T-Mobile was supported … [read full article]

Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will include deals from Pizza Hut and Thread Beast

Food deals are one of the more popular parts of T-Mobile Tuesdays, including the free Taco Bell that T-Mo customers have been getting weekly. Next Tuesday, there will be a couple of food deals available. On Tuesday, August 20, T-Mobile customers can get a $7.99 large 2-topping pizza and 8 free bone-out wings from Pizza Hut. Prices vary for an order of 8 breaded bone-out wings from Pizza Hut, but they appear to be around … [read full article]

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai formally recommends approval for T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger

The opposition to T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger grew this week as Oregon joined a lawsuit to block the deal, but today there’s some good news for T-Mo and Sprint. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today formally recommended that the T-Mobile-Sprint merger be approved. Pai has submitted a draft order to the other FCC commissioners who will vote on whether or not to approve it. “After one of the most exhaustive merger reviews in Commission history, the … [read full article]

T-Mobile and AT&T team up to fight robocalls with cross-network call verification

Normally when T-Mobile is talking about AT&T, it involves John Legere mocking the big blue carrier. But today T-Mobile and AT&T are teaming up. T-Mobile and AT&T today launched cross-network call authentication using the SHAKEN and STIR standards. These are the technologies that power T-Mo’s Caller Verified feature, and they verify that an incoming call is actually from the number listed on your caller ID and not a robocaller or a scammer spoofing the number to … [read full article]

Oregon is the latest state to join lawsuit to block the T-Mobile, Sprint merger

Another state attorney general has joined the lawsuit to block the T-Mobile and Sprint merger. Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum is the 16th attorney general to join the lawsuit. “It’s important that Oregon join other states in opposing the Sprint-T-Mobile merger,” said Rosenblum. “If left unchallenged, the current plan will result in reduced access to affordable wireless service in Oregon — and higher prices. Neither is acceptable.” The lawsuit also includes attorneys general from California, Colorado, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9 update brings Night Mode to the camera

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 owners, there’s a big update now headed your way. T-Mobile is now sending an update to its Galaxy Note 9 that comes in at 882.55MB. This nearly one gig update bumps the Note 9 up to version N960USQU2CSGA. Included in the update are the July 1, 2019 Android security patches. The update also brings a dedicated Night Mode for the camera, which is something that the Galaxy S10 is still missing [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S10 receiving July security update, Night Mode not included

The Galaxy S10 phones are now getting another update. T-Mobile is now pushing the July 2019 security update to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e. Unfortunately for owners of the S10 series phones, the dedicated Night Mode for the camera doesn’t appear to be included. The feature was rolled out to Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint S10 models over the past month or so, and so there’s been hope that T-Mobile customers … [read full article]