Archive | August, 2022

T-Mobile responds to ongoing McKinney Fire

T-Mobile is responding to the ongoing McKinney fire in a Northern California national forest near the Oregon border. The wildfire threatens a town of almost 8,000 people. It has also become the largest wildfire in the state this year. The fire started Friday, around 2:15 pm. It has shut down Highway 96 in the area and caused several communities to be evacuated.  The fire has already claimed the lives of two people, who were found dead in … [read full article]

T-Mobile adds new Home Internet gateway device

Good news to all T-Mobile customers planning to sign up to T-Mo’s Home Internet service: you are getting a new Home Internet gateway device.  The T-Mo Report was able to confirm details of the device after receiving internal documents. The new gateway was spotted by Facebook users via an FCC listing. A PDF manual of the device can also be found on T-Mo’s website, which further cements this gateway … [read full article]

Former T-Mobile store owner found guilty of unlocking phones illegally

A former T-Mobile store owner has been found guilty of unlocking “hundreds of thousands of cellphones” using stolen credentials. Even more surprisingly, the man, Argishti Khudaverdyan, was able to make millions out of this scheme.  Earlier today, PCMag reported that Khudaverdyan used various tactics to unlock customers’ cell phones between August 2014 to June 2019. A previously filed indictment revealed that Khudaverdyan earned approximately $25 million … [read full article]

T-Mobile joins the Oppenheimer 25TH Annual Conference


T-Mobile will be joining the Oppenheimer 25TH Annual Technology, Internet & Communications Conference. Peter Osvaldik, T-Mobile US’ executive vice president & chief financial officer, will be presenting and providing a business update at the event.  If you are interested in joining the event, you can tune into the webcast on Tuesday, August 9th at 11:35 am EDT. During the virtual event, there will be a live webcast of the talk. It will be available on[read full article]

T-Mobile partners with CISA for data top priority to first responders

T-Mobile is doing its best to show its support to first responders in the country. And with today’s announcement, it is revealed that the Un-Carrier is prioritizing their data.  Earlier today, T-Mobile announced that it is “the first and only wireless provider to add data priority.” This is in collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). By doing this, they are making it easier for first responders to make data priority … [read full article]