T-Mobile this week announced that all of its postpaid Simple Choice customers will receive three months of unlimited high-speed data. Specifically, anyone who has one of the postpaid plans as of November 23 are eligible.
As part of its Black Friday and Holiday deals, T-Mobile is giving subscribers a whole host of savings. Be it on smartphones, accessories, or something else, there’s likely something that will interest you. According to T-Mobile, the promos will change over the coming weeks and new stuff will [Read More…]
T-Mobile has announced Un-carrier Unwrapped, four weeks of gifts for customers, with a new offer coming each week. The first week should make existing customers happy, with T-Mobile offering unlimited LTE data at no extra cost for all of its Simple Choice plan customers.
T-Mobile’s Des Smith shared on Twitter that the Marshmallow update for the Nexus 6 has been approved, and that it will be rolled out shortly.
In usual combative form, T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter today to rail against Sprint over its new promotion that offers to cut customers’ bills by 50 percent when switching from a competing carrier.
Sprint is back at it again with a new offer to try and entice customers to switch to its network, and this time the carrier is claiming customers who switch can save 50 percent on their bills. If you are an AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile customer, Sprint is saying that you can save big when switching, though this is only good on most plans, not all.
T-Mobile has kicked the week off by giving its MetroPCS prepaid brand a handful of new features. Much like it does for its tier-one services, the MetroPCS arm will give customers the ability to stream music without impacting the data plans.
Starting Thursday, November 19, the Music Unlimited feature will let subscribers stream all the music like from any of 33 music streaming services without touching the data pool. Among the services are Pandora, Spotify, Google Play [Read More…]
When T-Mobile first announced their new double data plans and the new Binge On service this past Tuesday, people were rather disheartened by the fact that not only was T-Mobile upping the prices on three of their four Simple Choice plans, but the lowest tier (2GB) plan would not include the new Binge On service (it also wasn’t included on Data Stash).
Today, however, it appears as though T-Mobile may have heard the angry screaming all over the internet and [Read More…]
While the new version of the Samsung Gear VR is already available for pre-order from some retailers, T-Mobile will be the first wireless carrier to offer the virtual reality headset.
T-Mobile is now offering those interested in the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 another color option for the smartphone. In addition to the black sapphire and white pearl, T-Mobile will be offering a gold platinum version.
If you’ve been keeping up with T-Mobile’s barrage of punches on the mobile network industry, we have a new act today on that Un-Carrier movement. The big Magenta’s outspoken CEO, John Legere, took center stage to shake things up once again with Un-Carrier X.
So what’s T-Mobile’s latest radical move? The main announcement revolved around Binge On – which is essentially Music Freedom but for video streaming. T-Mobile customers will now be able to stream movies/shows while they’re out and about, with no count against [Read More…]