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Tmo execs talk Macklemore, Sprint buyout and AT&T in interview with NYT

What happens in Vegas definitely doesn’t stay in Vegas when it comes to T-Mobile. The company’s announcements and Legere’s AT&T party crashing have been the talk of the web for the past 7 days. Today, New York Times published an interview with T-Mobile executives, John Legere, Mike Sievert and and Braxton Carter, in which the execs discussed the questions we all want to know answers to. Will Sprint buy T-Mobile? What … [read full article]

Analysts apparently worried by T-Mobile’s moves

If there’s one group of people that constantly provide frustration to my working life, it’s financial analysts. In my role, running TodaysiPhone.com, I come across them a lot. Normally, they’re making crazy predictions about what Apple’s going to release next or daft predictions on the company’s financial results. Normally, they’re wrong. But that’s not what frustrates me the most. As a financial analyst, the focus is never on what really matters the most: … [read full article]

SONY Xperia Z1S now on sale from T-Mobile.com, in stores from 22nd

Sony announced its T-Mobile exclusive, the Xperia Z1S at CES in Las Vegas last week, and not it’s available to order from T-Mobile’s online store. It’s $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $22, making a total retail price of $528. It’ll be available in retail stores from January 22. Feature-wise, you’re looking at a waterproof device with a 5-inch, 1920×1080 resolution display. It’s powered by a quad-core 2.2GHz processor, a 3,000mAh battery … [read full article]

7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 arriving in stores, available online

A couple of days ago, one of our sources informed us that the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 was on its way to T-Mobile stores.  From the keynote announcement at CES on Wednesday, we also knew without doubt that Tmo would begin selling the device. Now, we’ve heard back from two more insiders with evidence to confirm that units are already making their way to stores. Some have arrived. Firstly, above is the most clear proof … [read full article]

What’s next for T-Mobile? VoLTE and low frequency

T-Mobile may not be well-known for having the best coverage in the States, but thankfully it knows it and its focus is clearly on making sure that changes. The most immediate-term plans are about getting the right foundation laid. That means rolling out LTE to as many markets as possible, as quickly as possible. In the long term, things look even better for the magenta carrier. It’s much more about making the coverage … [read full article]

Check out John Legere’s full interview with David Pogue of Yahoo! Tech

Yesterday, Yahoo! Tech streamed a live interview with T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere. In the interview the talked about a lot of things. As you can imagine, topics centered mostly around the new Uncarrier 4.0 phase, including the LTE rollout and explanations behind that and spectrum plans. Sadly, I can’t embed the video here, so you won’t be able to watch it on this blog, but, if you follow this link, it’ll … [read full article]

Nexus 5 price drops through Tmo online store

I’m aware that I may be a little late with this news, but, with covering the T-Mobile event in a foreign timezone, all the follow up stuff and all that goes along with it, I must have missed it somehow. Regardless, I guess it’s better later than never to inform you that at some point over the past couple of days, T-Mobile dropped the price of its Nexus 5. When it launched on … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s new promo videos: Uncarrier 4.0, faster networks and a wrap-up on 2013

During last night’s press event, T-Mobile played a selection of promotional videos. Each designed to highlight a key element of the Uncarrier movement. “Welcome to Contract Freedom” The video that announces the exciting new move by Tmo. The one everyone is talking about. It uses dramatic music, bold fonts and real-person tweets all complaining about their carriers and being unable to escape. How fast is fast? T-Mobile will show you Another of T-Mobile’s promotional videos showcases the … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 4.0 plans – ETFs covered, $0 down on great phones and break-up letters written

As we heard a while back, this is T-Mobile’s next phase of Uncarrier. It’s not just a promotion that last just a few weeks. It’s here to stay. According to some surveys, 78% of customers would switch if someone paid their ETF. Legere made a joke about AT&T customers who could leave, take advantage of Uncarrier 4.0, then if you don’t like it, go back  and take advantage of AT&T’s $450 to switch offer. You’ve lost nothing. … [read full article]