T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter said last month that T-Mo had the opportunity to expand its distribution footprint after covering 305 million people with LTE, and it looks like that’s exactly what the magenta carrier is doing. According to Wave7 research, T-Mobile has been opening new stores in small and mid-sized locales in states like Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Texas, and both North and South … [read full article]
Pretty simple really, in an effort to improve customer service and the in store shopping experience T-Mobile will be changing up its layout. Now, there will be destinations, personalized customer care booths, wood floors and magenta high lights. It all looks very cleans and I kind of dig it. I wonder where the influence comes from?
We reported last week that Google had officially shut down its Nexus One web store after selling out of its remaining Nexus One inventory. Although it had been rumored that T-Mobile retail stores would soon sell the Nexus One, Magenta has confirmed via their internal systems that T-Mobile WILL NOT offer the Nexus One through retail stores. Additionally, current T-Mobile Nexus One owners will continue to receive the same exceptional support. For those … [read full article]
We’re not really sure what to make of this but we doubt its mere coincidence given the earlier information leaked today that had June 19th marked for something big. As it turns out, our sources are telling us that it sounds as though an all hands meeting will be taking place and stores will be open extra early. Its possible this is some kind of extra special kick off of the myTouch Slide, or its … [read full article]