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T-Mobile Removes iPhone Smartphones From “Zero-Down” Promotion

Coming off of yesterdays high with T-Mobile’s best quarterly financial results in years is some news that will surely disappoint some future iPhone buyers. Beginning tomorrow, August 10th T-Mobile will remove the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and from their $0 Down Summer Sale. Unfortunately, no reason is given for the move, and the leaked images don’t offer any reasoning for … [read full article]

T-Mobile Execs Talk Apple Products, JUMP! And Future Plans On Investor Call

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T-Mobile is no doubt riding a high today with some of the best quarterly numbers the company has seen in years and they aren’t shying away from what the future might hold. In an interview with CNBC, T-Mobile CEO John Legere didn’t hold back from poking the competition and emphasizing that Uncarrier “Phase 3” is “right around the corner.” “Stay tuned … [read full article]

T-Mobile Turns A Corner, Adds 1.1 Million Customers In Second Quarter 2013

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T-Mobile’s Uncarrier strategy is paying off as the carrier announced its second quarter 2013 financials late last night. The carrier added 1.1 million customers during the second quarter, including 678,000 net postpaid subscribers reversing several years of customer losses. “T-Mobile’s Un-carrier approach has clearly resonated with consumers,” CEO John Legere said in a statement. “By fixing the things that drive them mad, like contracts and upgrades, and freeing them from the two-year … [read full article]

Android Device Manager Now Rolling Out, Track Your Lost Or Stolen Android Device

Just as Apple’s “Find my iPhone” app allows you find a lost or stolen iOS device, Google’s new Android Device Manager is rolling out. The service is almost identical, with Google offering the opportunity to find and ring a lost/stolen device or erase the device altogether. The service allows you to ring your smartphone at maximum volume until the power button is pressed silencing the device, locate your smartphone on Google Maps and erase … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Three New LG Smartphones: LG G2, Optimus F6 And Optimus F3

Boom! T-Mobile just hit the inbox with news that they are launching not one, not two but THREE new LG devices on the network. First and foremost is LG G2, the 5.2″ stunner with a Full HD IPS display, 13 megapixel OIS camera, 3000mAh battery and a plethora of LG-centric features. The G2 offers “superior graphics, accurate colors and clear images without any distortion.” Let’s get right down to the nitty and gritty … [read full article]

Dish CEO Charlie Ergen Talks Challenges To Potential T-Mobile Merger

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Rumors of a Dish Network, T-Mobile tie-up never seem to go away but a new sound bite from Dish CEO Charlie Ergen might quell some of those rumors. As Dish Network posted their second-quarter financial results, there’s plenty of lingering conversation about how Dish will break into the wireless space. When the topic finally turned to a potential T-Mobile tie-up, Ergen stated that any deal with T-Mobile “may be a … [read full article]

Research Group Says 400,000 Customers Stayed With T-Mobile Thanks To The iPhone

As we look forward to T-Mobile’s first financial report as a joint entity with MetroPCS, a new report highlights just how much of an impact the arrival of the iPhone has had on the carrier. According to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners LLC., the addition of the iPhone to T-Mobile’s lineup may have prevented between 300,000 and 400,000 customers from leaving. They estimate this number based on a survey of phone activations that … [read full article]

Samsung Sends Invites For Likely Galaxy Note III Launch On September 4th

We knew this day was coming and now that the invite is finally here, the countdown can officially begin to the launch of the Galaxy Note III. Samsung just sent out invitations for “Samsung Unpacked 2013 Episode 2” taking place in Berlin on September 4th. With the “hand-written” design of the Note (S Pen anyone?) and “Note” the date, the company isn’t coming right out and saying it but we all know what … [read full article]

T-Mobile Joins Ubuntu Smartphone Carrier Advisory Group

T-Mobile has joined the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group as a member according to a press release issued yesterday. According to Canonical: T-Mobile USA is the newest member of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group. T-Mobile USA reaches almost 300 million American consumers and business people today. As a member of the CAG, T-mobile USA will join discussions to influence the development of Ubuntu for smartphones. As T-Mobile continues to look for ways to differentiate … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO Spins JD Power Results, Shows Big Improvement In Customer Service

While T-Mobile’s fourth-place streak of JD Power awards continued yesterday, CEO John Legere managed to spin some positive news out of the results. Even if T-Mobile showed up as “worst” of the four carriers, they showed the biggest improvement according to a chart provided by Legere. According to the image, T-Mobile’s score grew by 45 points, 9 more than AT&T which added 36 points from its Volume 1 score to take its first … [read full article]

T-Mobile Clarifies Moto X Support, Won’t Be Sold In Stores

With yesterday’s Moto X news reaching fever pitch, it didn’t occur that T-Mobile hadn’t clarified its status on network availability. Well, AllThingsD did exactly that and the news is a little mixed. On the one hand, both AT&T and Sprint announced via press release the availability of the device on their network. However, Verizon and T-Mobile have yet to release any official statements which leaves some … [read full article]