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More homes getting access to T-Mobile Home Internet service

Earlier today, T-Mobile revealed that it is bringing its 5G network to more homes in the country. To be more specific, the Un-carrier is making T-Mobile Home Internet service available in 5 new states: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. This makes the service available to over 1.1 million households across these states.  “At T-Mobile, we’re all about disrupting broken industries. And the broadband industry is big-time broken. Millions across this country are being left behind, unable … [read full article]

T-Mobile will pay Sprint SIM users to make the switch

T-Mobile is doing everything it can to convince Sprint users to switch to a T-Mo SIM card. One way it is trying to do so is by paying people to change to a T-Mobile SIM. If you’re one of those who are still using a Sprint SIM card, you could get bill credit to make the switch.  T-Mobile calls this the “T-Mobile Network Experience” or “TNX”. As shared by The T-Mo Report, this is the process … [read full article]

Leak reveals a new actual product for next T-Mobile Tuesdays giveaway

It’s been a while since T-Mobile Tuesdays gave out a physical item to customers. And according to The T-Mo Report, the Un-carrier is getting ready to give one away pretty soon.  In the report, the website shared a leaked image of a free “Tropical Tumbler” drink cup that will soon be up for grabs from T-Mo’s rewards app. The site also shared a photo of the document detailing its announcement. But as written in the document, … [read full article]

T-Mobile OnePlus Nord N200 5G users are next to receive Android 12 update

Good news to T-Mobile customers who are using the OnePlus Nord N200 5G. Your device is getting the stable Android 12 update.  This was recently reported by PhoneArena, who shared that the update is making its way OTA (over-the-air). The update has already rolled out to unlocked models earlier this month so it’s good to know that the Un-carrier is slated to receive the update next.  The bad news is that the update has a size … [read full article]

T-Mobile launches new program that gives marketers access to customer app usage data

T-Mobile has a new program for marketers. Through this program, third-party marketers can purchase customer data from T-Mobile, particularly in what apps are being used.  As shared by The Verge, the information obtained by marketers is anonymous. Customer data is collected together and pooled according to similar interests and behaviors. This way, companies are not buying the app history of a specific user.  T-Mobile’s advertising sector has displayed this on its website as “Apps speak louder … [read full article]

Sprint subscriber sues T-Mobile for lack of 5G support on his device

Yesterday, it was reported that T-Mobile is being sued by a group of AT&T and Verizon Wireless customers over the repercussions of its 2020 merger with Sprint. Today, another report reveals that a Sprint subscriber is suing the Un-carrier for the trouble he has experienced as a T-Mo subscriber.  PhoneArena reports that a Sprint subscriber has filed a lawsuit against T-Mobile for all the troubles he experienced. The plaintiff, Jose Luis Garcia Moreno, purchased a … [read full article]

T-Mobile: Being sued by AT&T, Verizon customers for increased prices

In a surprise turn of events, it looks like a group of AT&T and Verizon customers have decided to sue T-Mobile. The group believes that the continued increase of prices brought about by their carriers are impacted by T-Mo’s Sprint acquisition in 2020.  As reported by PhoneArena, the group is seeking “declaratory relief” as well as financial compensation brought about by the “precipitous decline in competition” that has since resulted from the merger. The group believes … [read full article]

T-Mobile will no longer force JUMP! 1.0 customers to JUMP! 2.0

Last April, T-Mobile decided that legacy JUMP! 1.0 customers will be migrated to JUMP! 2.0. But as revealed by The T-Mo Report, it looks like this move will no longer be pushing through.  T-Mobile’s JUMP! program gave customers a chance to change their devices twice per year while under a phone lease. If the decision to migrate customers to JUMP! 2.0 would have pushed through, it would force customers to pay at least 50% of … [read full article]

T-Mobile unveils next batch of 25 Hometown Grant winners

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T-Mobile has unveiled its next batch of 25 Hometown Grant winners and their projects.  Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know about T-Mo’s Hometown Grants project that it launched last year. But just a refresher, this is a $25 million, five-year initiative of the wireless carrier to support “the people and organizations that help small towns across America thrive and grow.”  Ever since the program started, T-Mo has given over $4.4 million dollars to … [read full article]

T-Mobile signs wholesale deal with Reach Mobile

After its new agreement with Dish Network, T-Mobile has struck a new deal with Reach Mobile. With this new agreement, the multi-year MVNO agreement between T-Mobile and Reach Mobile will be extended. As reported by FierceWireless, the two companies did not go into detail what the terms of the agreement are. The two also discussed how the ReachNext platform will be used by both to bring network-based services to businesses. T-Mo’s wholesale customers can benefit … [read full article]

T-Mobile signs partnership with BBBSA for Project 10Million

T-Mobile has unveiled a new partnership today that will give students access to their Project 10Million. Earlier today, the Un-carrier signed a partnership agreement with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) to make it even easier for students to access free internet. This is in line with the $10.7 billion initiative Project 10Million.  With this collaboration, over 100,000 students that are part of the organization’s network will get to learn more about Project 10Million. This … [read full article]

Dish Network, T-Mobile sign 2020 MNSA amendment

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Dish Network and T-Mobile have both signed an amendment to their 2020 Master Network Services Agreement (MNSA). The announcement was revealed today on T-Mo’s newsroom. This agreement provides Dish customers access to T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G network.  Although the amendment was signed by both parties, the United States Department of Justice (DoJ) still needs to approve it before it takes effect. The amendment contains changes to finance and operations, as well as enhanced roaming and improved pricing for … [read full article]