Archive | May, 2020

T-Mobile Tuesdays will offer free Tidal Premium and other entertainment deals in May

Many people have been quarantining at home for a couple of months now, and after all that time their entertainment options may be drying up. T-Mobile wants to help. T-Mo today announced several deals coming to T-Mobile Tuesdays in May designed to help keep you from being bored at home. They include 3 months of free Tidal Premium, which will be available to save in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app any time between May 19-27. You’ll … [read full article]

T-Mobile completes 5G ‘layer cake’ in New York City with activation of 2.5GHz spectrum

After going live in Philadelphia last month, T-Mobile has now flipped the switch on its 2.5GHz 5G coverage in New York City. Neville Ray, T-Mobile’s president of technology, confirmed today that T-Mo has activated its 2.5GHz 5G in New York City. T-Mobile already had mmWave and 600MHz 5G live in NYC, and now that it’s merged with Sprint, it’s activated 5G on the 2.5GHz spectrum there, too. This means that T-Mobile customers in New York City … [read full article]

TVision refresh is reportedly ‘tech-ready’, but T-Mobile will wait until summer for launch

We heard about a month ago that T-Mobile was in the process of “retooling” its TVision TV service, and now it sounds like TVision is ready to go. That doesn’t mean we’re going to see it launch any time soon, though. The refreshed version of TVision is reportedly “tech-ready for launch” but likely won’t roll out until sometime this summer. That’s according to sources speaking to Light Reading, who say that T-Mo has made a new … [read full article]

T-Mobile achieves standalone 5G world firsts ahead of launch later this year

T-Mobile has been placing a lot of focus on 5G over the past year, launching its mmWave coverage and then its nationwide 600MHz 5G network and now using Sprint’s 2.5GHz spectrum to augment its network. Now T-Mo is taking another step with 5G by achieving several 5G firsts. T-Mobile has partnered with companies like Cisco, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, OnePlus, and Qualcomm to accomplish several standalone (SA) 5G world firsts. These include the first SA … [read full article]

T-Mobile reportedly closing a number of Metro by T-Mobile stores

A new report claims that T-Mobile is closing a large number of Metro by T-Mobile stores. According to the National Wireless Independent Dealer Association, T-Mobile has sent 120-day termination letters to anywhere between 5-15% of Metro by T-Mobile stores owned by large dealers, stores near the end of their lease, and stores that are low performers. The NWIDA says that it’s heard this info from multiple sources. This comes after Peter Adderton, founder of Boost Mobile, … [read full article]