Archive | August, 2023

T-Mobile Has a New Promotion for Select Prepaid Customers

T-Mobile is currently running a free phone promotion for new prepaid customers. Unfortunately, the offer is only available in select locations.  As shared by The Mobile Report, T-Mobile is hoping to expand its customer reach in the “Small Market/Rural Area (SMRA).” An SMRA location is usually referred to an area with lower traffic or usually a rural clientele. So if you reside in a large city, this … [read full article]

T-Mobile for Business Partners with SailGP

T-Mobile for Business has partnered with SailGP, one of the fastest growing sport leagues in the world. The collaboration will allow T-Mobile for Business to be the sporting event’s partner for Seasons 4 and 5 from 2023 to 2025.  The partnership will also allow SailGP to use T-Mobile’s 5G Hybrid Mobile Network from its 5G ANS portfolio. This way, fans can have an innovative and immersive experience of the race live in action. At the same time, … [read full article]

T-Mobile: To Present at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia + Technology Conference


T-Mobile will be presenting at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia + Technology Conference. T-Mobile US, Inc.’s president & chief executive officer, Mike Sievert, will be presenting and providing a business update at the event. The event will take place on Wednesday, September 6, 2023 at 1:10 pm ET. If you are interested in joining the event, you can tune into the webcast around that time. During the virtual event, there will be a live webcast of the talk. … [read full article]

Sonim XP10 Now Available for T-Mobile Business Customers

T-Mobile Business customers now have access to Sonim’s newest flagship rugged smartphone, the Sonim XP10.  In July, Sonim unveiled this device for US customers. The XP10 was specifically designed for workers in dangerous environments– particularly those dealing with extreme temperature changes, inclement  weather, and other hazards.  Sonim Technologies’ Chief Commercial Officer, Chuck Becher was quoted saying: “We believe no job should be hindered by technology limitations so our goal was to build a smartphone that could perform … [read full article]

T-Mobile Prepares for Hurricane Idalia

Hurricane season has officially started and T-Mobile is currently getting ready for Hurricane Idalia to hit the affected cities.  The hurricane has intensified to Category 3 and is proceeding to make landfall. To get ready for this, the Un-carrier has activated its emergency teams to ensure that those along the Gulf Coast and Atlantic seaboard get the assistance they need.   It’s important to note that the National Hurricane Center issued a warning on Hurricane Idalia. It is … [read full article]

T-Mobile Explains How Its Spectrum Will Help US Consumers

It’s been a year since the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) completed Auction 108. But despite this, T-Mobile still has not received its 2.5GHz licenses.  In the auction, the Un-carrier spent $304 million on over 7,000 2.5GHz spectrum licenses in the hopes of improving its Ultra Capacity 5G network deployment. And with this, T-Mobile’s President of Technology, Ulf Edwaldsson, has called out the agency in a blog post. … [read full article]

T-Mobile Takes Wrap Off 5G Network Slicing

Earlier today, T-Mobile unveiled a new update to its network: network slicing.  In a blog post, T-Mobile EVP & Chief Technology Officer, John Saw, described what network slicing is. Saw also revealed that they were already able to use 5G network slicing for a remote video production on a commercial network.  This was done during a cliff diving event in Boston that was sponsored by Red Bull. The Un-carrier … [read full article]

T-Mobile Lays Off 7% of Its Workforce


Once again, T-Mobile is in hot water over today’s news. Despite promising to be a “jobs positive” company, the Un-carrier is apparently laying off around 5,000 of its workers. This is roughly around 7 percent of T-Mobile’s workforce.  As reported by The Verge, the positions that will be affected by this include those working in corporate, back-office, and technology. Employees in retail and customer care will not be affected … [read full article]