If the Galaxy Gear’s bulkiness and lukewarm reception hasn’t scared you off yet, you’ll likely be able to get your hands on one at the beginning of October.
In the span of a year, T-Mobile has gone from losing hundreds of thousands of customers every quarter to actually gaining 1.1 million new customers.
Does NFC mobile payments still have a chance?
T-Mobile’s getting serious about competing with Verizon and AT&T, both of whom are capturing record numbers of iPhone and Android smartphone customers, announcing an “unprecedented” deal today: zero dollars down for all phones and tablets.
Editor’s Pick Early upgrade programs from AT&T and Verizon are a bad deal for anyone but the most ardent early upgrader.
AT&T and T-Mobile are giving customers more ways to pay for their devices — but you’ll want to do the numbers before opting in.
In one of its “boldest moves yet,” T-Mobile is giving early adopters the best gift of all.
Guest Post The smartphone arms race favors huge companies. Now just four U.S. carriers control 93 percent of the market — and consolidation is even going international.
T-Mobile’s iPhone effort is still in it’s early stages, but it’s already paying off.
T-Mobile USA + MetroPCS = T-Mobile US.
More New York City commuters can now get cell phone service underground — for better or for worse.
Yup, that T-Mobile/MetroPCS deal is officially happening.
Even though it’s been late to the party so far, T-Mobile could be one of the first to offer the 5G wireless technology LTE Advanced.
Targeting iPhone owners dissatisfied with their current carriers, T-Mobile announced a new trade-in program today that gives existing iPhone owners a simple way to upgrade to the iPhone 5.
Good news, T-Mobile fans. You can finally preorder the iPhone 5 today.
After quarters and quarters of bleeding customers, T-Mobile says its finally turned things around — sort of.
Editor’s Pick T-Mobile is promising some amazing things, but can it actually fulfill them?
T-Mobile is finally getting the iPhone next month — and it looks like the beleaguered carrier’s customers can expect speeds similar to the competition.
With its own version of the iPhone 5, T-Mobile is now officially a member of the major leagues.
T-Mobile has finally launched 4G LTE in seven cities throughout the United States, with fast speeds now live in Baltimore, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose, and Washington D.C.
At a low-key press event today, T-Mobile made it clear that it’s not just another carrier anymore.
T-Mobile has unveiled its new Simple Choice plans and, well, they’re pretty good.
The tech industry will play close attention to Genachowski’s replacement.
T-Mo and Metro have the urge to merge, and they meet all government requirements. The companies have already announced a new combined board.
There has to be a better way of communicating data plans than colored spreadsheets full of numbers. w
T-Mobile’s LTE network isn’t off the ground yet, but the company is already giving consumers lots of reason to be excited about it.
Metro Mobile here we come. The FCC has approved the $1.5 billion merger between MetroPCS and T-Mobile USA.
T-Mobile is selling the 16GB Nexus for $49 after a web-only discount and main-in rebate.
When RIM finally releases BlackBerry 10, it will do so with the support of at least three of the four major U.S. carriers.
T-Mobile’s subsidy-free iPhone is a max of four months away, according to T-Mobile CEO John Legere.
Can all of this stem T-Mobile’s subscriber drain?
T-Mobile may be convinced that the smartphone subsidy is outdated, but Verizon and AT&T aren’t so sure.
T-Mobile has upgraded its networks in 14 markets including New York City, Boston, and Dallas to provide faster data speeds to the iPhone.
Microsoft could give its mobile operating system a boost by subsidizing phones itself, rather than waiting for carriers to do that.
By this point next year T-Mobile will have the iPhone, and, potentially, many more customers.
In a move that T-Mobile customers have waited for for years, T-Mobile is finally getting the iPhone. And the company is beaming.
T-Mobile customers may finally be able to get their hands on an iPhone directly from the carrier next year.
In the spirit of community, AT&T and T-Mobile are coming together to ensure Hurricane Sandy victims can make calls.
T-Mobile says it will start shipping Android phones preloaded with an app-scanning program by Lookout Mobile. The app is called Automatic App Security, and it marks a big partnership for the mobile security company.
Phones running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 platform will be here soon, and Nokia will be on the front line with its just-announced Lumia 810 for T-Mobile.