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Court Rejects T-Mobile’s Appeal to Dismiss Suit Over Sprint Acquisition

Last week, the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected T-Mobile’s appeal to dismiss a class action suit over its Sprint merger. As reported by Reuters, customers of AT&T and Verizon Wireless filed the lawsuit, who argued that the $26 billion merger led to the increase in prices. It was also revealed that the carriers were not involved in the suit. Instead, a total of … [read full article]

Report: Some T-Mobile Customers Experiencing Network Problems

Earlier today, T-Mobile customers reportedly experienced a problem. As reported to DownDetector, 61 complaints were submitted around 4:01 pm EDT. A couple of hours later, the number of complaints reached 5,157. Ever since then, the number has declined to 217 complaints.  The reports showed that 48% of customers could not send or receive text messages. 36% of complaints also shared they were unable to use their devices on T-Mo’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile Has Deployed Its Emergency Teams in Response to Houston Storms

T-Mobile has activated its emergency teams to provide assistance to its customers, communities, first responders, and others that are affected by the severe and destructive storms in Houston. As part of its deployment, the Un-carrier has released an update on its blog: While some of our network sites in the Houston area were impacted by commercial power outages from the storm, most customers have some level of service due to overlapping coverage. Our teams were able to … [read full article]

Select Android Users on T-Mobile Among First to Enjoy Satellite Messaging

Select T-Mobile customers with an Android 15 device may soon enjoy satellite messaging.  This isn’t the first time we’re learning about this feature. Google already planned to bring satellite connectivity to Android devices when it released Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2. Developers were able to see code snippets, which indicated Android’s support for T-Mobile and SpaceX’s Direct to Cell.  Once this rolls out, it would be a big help to LTE-capable devices in dead zones. In fact, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Hoping to Swap Spectrum With SoniqWave

T-Mobile is on a roll with improving its spectrum. After acquiring Sprint’s 2.5 GHz spectrum and rolling out the FCC’s Auction 108 mid-band spectrum, it still wants to gain more spectrum. As reported by Fierce Network, the Un-carrier has proposed a spectrum swap with a startup company called SoniqWave Network. The startup says that it has “accumulated a portfolio of prime 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum (Band 41) in over … [read full article]

T-Mobile: Presenting at J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Communications Conference

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T-Mobile will be presenting at the J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Communications Conference. T-Mobile US, Inc.’s president and chief executive officer, Mike Sievert, will be presenting and providing a business update. The event will take place on Tuesday, May 21, 2024 at 1:05 pm EDT. If you are interested in joining the event, you can tune into the webcast around that time. During the virtual event, there will be a live webcast of the talk. It … [read full article]

T-Mobile Unveils New Metro Flex Plans for Metro by T-Mobile Customers

T-Mobile has big plans for its prepaid brand, Metro by T-Mobile. Earlier today, the Un-carrier revealed three new plans that it will be offering to Metro subscribers, a free phone offer, and some trade-in deals worth checking out. Here are the announcements that the company made: New Metro Flex Plans To start with, Metro by T-Mobile has three new plans under its Metro Flex lineup. These plans are: Flex Start – $50 per month with 8GB of … [read full article]

Report: T-Mobile’s Magenta Plans No Longer On Its Site

It looks like T-Mobile has made some changes with its plan options. This latest move sends its customers into worrying about the potential of moving to pricier plans.   As spotted on Reddit, T-Mobile no longer displays the option to sign up for its Magenta plans on its website. Instead, there is a note instructing customers to get in touch with the carrier to order these plans.  As … [read full article]