Archive | January, 2022

T-Mobile details plans with new 3.45 GHz spectrum

T-Mobile has big plans with its recent win in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s Auction 110. And today, the Un-carrier has laid out those plans in a new release.  Even though T-Mobile has taken the lead in 5G, it plans to further fuel this lead with the latest mid-band 3.45 GHz spectrum it purchased in the auction. This will be added to the 2.5 GHz spectrum that T-Mo has already deployed with its 5G network.  As of … [read full article]

T-Mobile unveils new True Name feature for T-Mobile MONEY

T-Mobile has just introduced a new product intended for users to comfortably use their True Names. Today, the Un-carrier unveiled the new True Name by Mastercard for T-Mobile MONEY.  With this new feature, T-Mobile gives all of its customers a chance to be comfortable with their true names. This allows transgender and non-binary customers to use their chosen names on their T-Mobile MONEY debit card without fear of discrimination, adversity, or harassment.  “Adding True Name to T-Mobile … [read full article]

T-Mobile achieves goal for 100% renewable energy

T-Mobile has obtained a new achievement! Earlier today, the Un-carrier revealed that they are the first and only U.S. provider to source 100% of its total electricity usage with renewable energy.  This is a milestone that T-Mo mapped out as early as 2018. Back then, they were the first provider to sign the RE100 pledge. Their goal was to source 100% of its total electricity with renewable energy by the end of 2021. And true enough, the … [read full article]

T-Mobile investigates part in Tracfone security breach


Last week, Tracfone alerted its customers of a security breach they discovered in their system. Some of the affected customers found themselves on Metro by T-Mobile’s network without their authorization. And today, T-Mobile is shedding more light on the matter.  According to Tracfone, they first received complaints of similar incidents around the holidays. This prompted them to release a statement: “We were recently made aware of bad actors gaining … [read full article]

T-Mobile will let you try out its Home Internet service for 15 days for free

Good news to anyone who’s interested in getting T-Mobile’s Home Internet service. T-Mo will soon let you try out the service for free for 15 days.  The T-Mo Report recently obtained leaked information about T-Mo’s plans to offer this trial in the future. The report shared that customers can sign up for T-Mo’s Home Internet service and get risk-free for 15 … [read full article]

Here’s why you’re unable to access certain websites

Some T-Mobile customers have been experiencing an “OpenDNS error” while trying to access certain websites on 4G/5G. If you are one of the customers who are currently dealing with this issue, it may be because of T-Mobile’s filtering tool. As discovered by a source of The T-Mo Report, T-Mobile recently “upgraded” its Web Guard feature. With the upgrade, the feature now supports HTTPS. The report also shows that … [read full article]

T-Mo employees, you might be entitled to a relocation incentive

T-Mobile is currently enticing its existing customers with some money to relocate to other parts of the country. According to internal documents obtained by The T-Mo Report, the Un-carrier is offering between $4,000 and $10,000 to relocate to another store.   T-Mobile calls this their “Relocation-Based Transfer Incentive.” And as revealed in the document, it is currently being offered to their Retail Associate Managers (RAMs) and higher … [read full article]

PCMag explores T-Mo’s secret against Verizon and AT&T’s C-band tech

T-Mobile’s President of Technology, Neville Ray, recently shared his thoughts on the topic of AT&T and Verizon’s C-band investments. In his blog post, the T-Mo executive stressed that their customers aren’t affected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)’s concerns simply because they are not using the same technology.  Following up this blog post, PCMag took … [read full article]