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T-Mobile merger has cut 5,000 jobs

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T-Mobile is facing some heat after it was discovered that it has cut at least 5,000 jobs. These jobs were cut ever since its acquisition of Sprint. Prior to the merger, T-Mobile promised that it would generate new jobs “from day one”. Unfortunately, it did the opposite of that.  In its recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), T-Mobile wrote that: “As of December 31, 2020, we employed approximately 75,000 full-time and part-time employees, including … [read full article]

Dish Network calls T-Mobile “anti-competitive” over premature CDMA shutdown date

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In its recently conducted Q4 earnings call, Dish Network called T-Mobile as “anti-competitive.” This was in reference to T-Mobile’s plans to shut down its legacy 3G CDMA network on January 1, 2022. Once the shut down takes place, this will mean a loss of hundreds of millions of dollars for Boost Mobile and will also affect millions of customers.  According to Stephen Stokols, head of Boost Mobile, plans have already been set in place to migrate Boost … [read full article]

T-Mobile has a big 5G-powered announcement on March 4th

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T-Mobile has something big lined up for its users this week.  Earlier today, the Un-Carrier released a blog post inviting interested parties to join their upcoming webcast on Thursday, March 4th. The post says that T-Mobile is getting ready to announce the next big 5G-powered move during that date.  Right now, insiders don’t have a clue on what this big reveal would be. But there are some theories involving previous announcements made by T-Mobile, as well as … [read full article]

Recent graduates of T-Mobile’s 5G Open Innovation Lab show promising technologies

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The past year has forced many of us to continue our lives in a virtual world while we stay at home to avoid getting infected by COVID-19. With the ever growing need to improve technology, T-Mobile has been working with graduates of its 5G Open Innovation Lab to produce new 5G technologies that can improve remote communication and collaboration. And today, T-Mobile has finally unveiled these latest technologies– augmented reality for frontline workers and holographic telepresence.  Augmented … [read full article]

LG V60 ThinQ 5G devices on T-Mobile getting Android 11 update

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After weeks of Samsung hogging the spotlight on updates, LG has finally stepped up and rolled out the update to one of its devices. The latest smartphone to receive an update to Android 11 is the LG V60 ThinQ 5G.  The update is rolling out to LG V60 ThinQ 5G devices on T-Mobile. According to a tipster of ours, the update will automatically start after March 9th at 3:00 AM. But there’s no official word on when … [read full article]

Miami US Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital receives T-Mobile’s Ultra Capacity 5G network

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T-Mobile has just deployed its super-fast Ultra Capacity 5G at the Miami Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System. With this launch, they are providing medical staff and patients access to their 5G speed and performance.  This is the first new custom 5G installation that T-Mobile deployed at a hospital. Currently, the Un-Carrier has an in-building 4G LTE wireless connectivity in place across over 50 VA Healthcare Systems.  Through in-building 5G radios, users of T-Mobile’s Ultra Capacity 5G coverage … [read full article]

T-Mobile: To hold a virtual Analyst Day in March

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Today, T-Mobile announced that it will be hosting a virtual Analyst Day event next month.  The announcement revealed that the senior leadership team will be sharing how the company’s strategic priorities and growth initiatives will continue to improve its leadership in the 5G network. In addition to this, the company will be providing an update on its merger synergies, medium and long-term guidance, along with other updates pertaining to its business.  The Analyst Day will be held … [read full article]

T-Mobile giving 55+ customers premium unlimited data and more features

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A few days ago, T-Mobile revealed its newest plan called Magenta MAX. Now that the plan is finally available, the Un-Carrier announced that it will also be increasing the value for its 55+ customers on its Magenta Unlimited 55 plan.  With today’s announcement, the plan now includes Netflix on Us for families and a MAX tier with unlimited Premium Data with no throttling. Soon, T-Mobile will be allowing its customers to add up to four lines instead … [read full article]

T-Mobile advised to be careful of using “aspirational” 5G ads

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T-Mobile is currently facing complaints about its ‘aspirational’ ads.  According to the report, the National Advertising Division (NAD) of BBB National Programs recommended the Un-Carrier to make changes to its advertising claims. In particular, it pointed to the claims of imminent availability of promoted benefits to customers that come from the merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. Apparently, AT&T Services, Inc. challenged T-Mobile’s claims of having “the best 5G network”, the “most reliable 5G network”, and the “best … [read full article]

T-Mobile Money implementing new changes on March 31

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T-Mobile Money has made some changes to its system.  Starting March 31st, eligible customers will no longer be required to deposit $200 per month to qualify for 4.00% APY. Instead, when you use your T-Mobile Money card to make 10 qualifying purchases per month, you can earn 4.00% APY.  Since the change will not take place until March 31st, T-Mobile Money has not yet released a press statement regarding this. But they do promise to notify customers … [read full article]