Archive | August, 2021

T-Mobile quietly rolls out fiber optic home internet service to select markets


Good news to all T-Mobile customers! It looks like T-Mobile has started offering fiber optic landline connections in select markets. The first on its list to get fiber optic home internet is Manhattan, New York City.  According to a report, T-Mo has started selling the service at a number of apartment buildings throughout Manhattan. As of this writing, there is only one plan being … [read full article]

DoJ has “grave concerns” on T-Mobile’s CDMA shutdown schedule

Last week, a leaked internal document revealed important shutdown dates that T-Mobile has lined up for both T-Mobile and Sprint. Today, antitrust officials at the Department of Justice expressed their “grave concerns” about this. More specifically, they expressed their concerns on T-Mo’s plans to shut down the wireless network being used by Boost Mobile customers.   These concerns were addressed by the department today as the Division looked … [read full article]

FCC releases broadband coverage map

Recently, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that they have launched a new broadband map that details cellular coverage throughout the country. According to their announcement, the map displays the areas covered by the four major wireless carriers in the country: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and US Cellular.  Through the map, users can see where they can expect 4G LTE broadband service with at least 5Mbps download speed and 1Mbps upload … [read full article]

T-Mobile 5G: To power Sarcos Robotics’ Guardian XT robot


T-Mobile recently announced its new partnership with Sarcos Robotics.  Sarcos is a leader in the development of robots that augment humans to enhance productivity and safety. With its recent collaboration, T-Mobile will be able to integrate its 5G network into the Sarcos Guardian XT, a highly dexterous mobile industrial robot.  The collaboration will allow companies to improve performance and response time for remote operations, especially in tasks that usually mean hazardous conditions for humans. The Guardian XT … [read full article]

T-Mobile shows support to Latino communities with newly announced partnerships


T-Mobile has once again shown its support to two of the largest and most influential Hispanic advocacy organizations in the country– the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and UnidosUS (previously known as National Council of La Raza). T-Mo has recently announced that it will be sponsoring new and existing programs that make digital literacy resources more accessible to Hispanic communities. Through this initiative, T-Mobile hopes it can help address the inequalities often experienced by both … [read full article]

T-Mobile partners with Fisk University to bring virtual cadaver lab to students


T-Mobile is helping med students have a better way of learning things. Today, the company revealed in a blog post that they have partnered with Fish University, HTC Vive, and VictoryXR. The partnership launches the first-of-its-kind interactive 5G-powered VR human cadaver lab. This will serve as a learning tool for students in biology-related and pre-med majors.  The partnership comes right in time, especially since Fisk University students will be attending in-person classes starting this fall. Situated in … [read full article]

You can get a free Samsung Galaxy A32 5G from T-Mobile once again


Back when T-Mobile first launched its “Great Free 5G Upgrade” campaign, it offered the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G as the device that users could trade their old phones for. But over the months, T-Mo started offering other devices like the OnePlus Nord N200 5G and REVVL V+ 5G. A reason for the switch was because of inventory issues. Thankfully, T-Mobile has taken care of this issue and has brought back the device.  The good part about the … [read full article]

Leaked internal document reveals important Sprint shutdown dates


When T-Mobile first revealed its plans to purchase Sprint, many couldn’t help but wonder what it would mean for Sprint and its subscribers. People knew it was only a matter of time before T-Mo would eventually shut down the brand and assume its existing subscribers. Thanks to a leaked document, it looks like we’re finally getting some dates.  As shared by a report, an internal screenshot reveals T-Mobile’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile offering “3rd Line Free” promotion to customers


T-Mobile is currently running a new promotion called “3rd Line Free.” Starting today, T-Mo is giving away a third line of wireless service at no extra charge. This offer is available for both new and existing customers. New customers, however, have to activate at least three voice lines at the same time so they can get the third line for free.  The good thing about this offer is that you can combine it with the other deals … [read full article]