Last year, during one of T-Mobile’s earnings calls – I believe Q3 – the company’s executives made a passing comment about the business sector. If I remember correctly, the insinuation was that Verizon and AT&T were really big players in the world of business and enterprise. It’s something the two rely on. In fact, their success in the enterprise market is something of a comfy cushion for them, but T-Mobile was coming for … [read full article]
I can’t specifically say why T-Mobile is sending out a summer recap today, and given the presence of IFA (Samsung announcement anyone) perhaps I’m trying to connect dots that don’t exist. Even if T-Mobile is just reminding us of how they stormed the castle this summer as the Uncarrier, there’s plenty of notable events to recap: The [read full article]
With our own set of intel pointing to a late March launch for the BlackBerry Z10, T-Mobile is going on the record with Bloomberg and stating they are “aiming to be the first American carrier ‘out of the gate’” with the device. “The device is more stable than we anticipated,” said Frank Sickinger, head of business sales at T-Mobile USA, a unit of Deutsche Telekom AG. “If we are able to … [read full article]
Are you a business customer on T-Mobile and really want an Android phone? Then T-Mobile and Good Technology have a solution for you. Together, they are offering Enterprise-Class security for business users on Android. Put simply, “The Good for Enterprise Android solution lets business customers of all sizes harness the power of the Android operating system and provide enterprise-grade security and control over their business data and applications.” We love security, don’t we?