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Select counties in California affected by PSPS

In line with the extreme heatwave that’s currently sweeping across California, electric utilities have decided to implement Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS). These temporary shutoffs are put in place to minimize the risk of fires caused by electric infrastructure during extreme weather.  In a blog post, T-Mobile revealed that some California utilities have advised the company that they will be implementing … [read full article]

T-Mobile does its part to conserve power during heatwave in California

T-Mobile has answered the call of Californian residents to prevent rolling blackouts during this uncommon heatwave. While its main priority is to make sure the network continues being operational for first responders, customers, and local officials, T-Mo promised that they will do their best to reduce power consumption. This is their way of helping conserve the energy grid consumption during this critical time.  As revealed in a [read full article]

T-Mobile: Presenting at Goldman Sachs Communacopia + Technology Conference

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T-Mobile will be joining the Goldman Sachs Communacopia + Technology Conference. Mike Sievert, president and chief executive officer of T-Mobile US, Inc., will be presenting and providing a business update at the event.  If you are interested in joining the event, you can tune into the webcast on Wednesday, September 14th at 6:00 pm EDT. During the virtual event, there will be a live webcast of the talk. It will be available on[read full article]

T-Mobile now accepts pre-orders for latest iPhone 14 models

A few days ago, Apple unveiled its newest iPhone line, the iPhone 14 series. And along with the release, T-Mobile announced its latest iPhone 14 offers. And now, they have gone into detail about what these phone specs are.  There are a total of 4 iPhone models included in the lineup: Apple iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus share similar … [read full article]

Unifi picks T-Mobile, Hyperion Partners for new Managed Mobility Program

Unifi, the largest aviation services provider in North America, has picked T-Mobile and Hyperion Partners as its new partner for connecting its employees.  Through this partnership, Unifi will be running a new “Managed Mobility” program that gives its 23,000 employees a personal 5G smartphone with access to T-Mobile’s 5G network for free.   According to the release, eligible employees that can participate in the program include existing employees and new hires who have completed 30 days of employment. … [read full article]

T-Mobile unveils iPhone 14 offers

Apple has unveiled its newest iPhone lineup, the iPhone 14 series. There are a total of four devices included in this series: the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Plus, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.  Along with this announcement, T-Mobile has announced availability of these devices and their promotions on how to get these phones.  Here are the ongoing Apple iPhone 14 promotions offered by T-Mobile: Apple iPhone 14 – Buy one, get a second on … [read full article]

AT&T sues T-Mobile over BannedSeniors campaign

Last week, T-Mobile acted on behalf of its customers (and non-customers) by unveiling its new BannedSeniors campaign. Through the campaign, T-Mobile exposed its competitors for not making senior discounts available to customers who weren’t residing in Florida. And now, AT&T is fighting back.  In an earlier report from PhoneArena, AT&T has filed a legal action against T-Mo in a federal court in Texas. … [read full article]

T-Mobile expands Home Internet network northeast

T-Mobile is painting the northeast Magenta.  In an announcement made today, T-Mobile revealed that they have expanded their 5G Home Internet service to Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. This expansion gives over three million households access to home broadband. The latest expansion brings T-Mobile Home Internet to over 9 million households throughout these states.  Prior to today’s expansion, T-Mobile revealed that over 320,000 households in Connecticut do not have access to home broadband. … [read full article]

T-Mobile brings 5G to Lollapalooza

A few weeks ago, one of the largest summer music festivals was held in Chicago. And in this year’s Lollapalooza, T-Mobile partnered with Google Pixel to bring 5G to participants.  Over 170 artists performed throughout the 4-day event. While it is one of the longest and largest music festivals in the country, attendees were in for a surprise this year. Thanks to T-Mobile’s partnership with Google Pixel, the live experience was elevated for 400,000 fans.  For those … [read full article]

Study finds T-Mobile plans have more feature value compared to rivals

Earlier today, Navi released its 2022 US Wireless Plan Report where it revealed the best wireless phone and plan deals for consumers. Through this report, the available unlimited postpaid phone plans in the country are evaluated and ranked to help customers pick out a plan that best suits their needs.  Navi has come up with its own Plan Score by making use of a methodology it developed for its own use. Throughout the period of March to … [read full article]

T-Mobile welcomes 3 new smartphone models

A series of phones are making their way to T-Mobile!  T-Mobile today shared some devices that are either currently available or will soon be in their stores. There are three devices that the Un-carrier will be adding this month and these phones include the following: Motorola edge 2022 First up, there’s the Motorola edge 2022, a device with an acrylic glass with plastic sides. In front, there is a 6.6-inch … [read full article]

Nokia G400 5G coming to T-Mobile soon

HMD Global has a couple of devices lined up this month. One of those devices, the Nokia G400 5G is now available at T-Mobile.  The Nokia G400 5G was originally announced at CES 2022. During that time, HMD Global did not yet divulge information regarding the device’s release date, carrier availability, and price. And today, we’re learning that the device is already available at T-Mobile’s website.  As reported by [read full article]