Archive | July, 2022

Crowd sings “We’re Not Gonna Take It” in response to price hikes of T-Mobile’s rivals

With the recent price hikes, 80s metal band frontman Dee Snider has led a protest and urged others to sing “We’re Not Gonna Take It” in response.  The Twisted Sister lead singer stood in front of AT&T and Verizon stores in Times Square as a way of rebelling against increasing prices imposed by the two carriers. With Dee’s direction, the crowd yelled the famous 80s rock song, “We’re Not Gonna Take It.”  Apart from this recent protest … [read full article]

Schok Freedom Turbo XL is coming to T-Mobile

If you’re on the hunt for a new entry- or mid-level smartphone, here’s a new brand you should check out: Schok. This is a Texas-based mobile phone manufacturer that is relatively new to the smartphone game. And recently, the manufacturer launched its latest device, the Schok Freedom Turbo XL.  The device comes with a 6.53-inch FHD+ display. From within, it is powered by a Snapdragon 665 chip with 6GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage. Both sides … [read full article]

T-Mobile earns top spot in latest 5G Experience Report

T-Mobile has once again proven that they are the industry leader when it comes to the 5G network. As evidenced in Opensignal’s recently published July 2022 5G Experience Report, the Un-carrier gained recognition for a few titles.  Over the past two years, T-Mobile has earned over 20 awards for its 5G network. And in today’s study, Opensignal has named T-Mobile as the carrier with top marks for … [read full article]

Sprint’s network is officially retired

It’s official! Sprint’s network is officially retired. T-Mobile has shut down the remaining LTE network of Sprint along with its own 3G network.  A spokesperson for the Un-carrier confirmed to The Verge that the shutdowns are now taking place. This is on top of Sprint’s 3G CDMA network that T-Mo shut down earlier this year.  The shutdowns follow the schedule created by T-Mobile, which has been delayed from 2021. To recall, … [read full article]