Tag Archive: TMobile


With its 600MHz win, T-Mobile has no more excuses for gimmicks

T-Mobile was a big winner during this year’s 600MHz spectrum auction, but now it needs to use it to win.

Sometimes it seems that T-Mobile’s put-on brand bravado, its showy marketing and breathless self-promotion, is all done to make up for the fact that its core product — the network — is not very good.

Specifically, compared to AT&T and Verizon, the company’s network is full of gaps in areas outside major cities — and often just  [Read More…]

ZTE’s first Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch lands at T-Mobile for an affordable price

After being rumored quite some time, ZTE finally unveiled its first Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch called the Quartz. Remember how the Chinese company said the wearable will be very affordable, compared to the current slew of Android Wear devices? Well then, you’ll be glad to know that ZTE kept true to its word. The company […]

T-Mobile SyncUp Drive now offers roadside assistance for free

Remember the T-Mobile SyncUp Drive? The carrier launched the device that bestows a Wi-Fi network to your car, a few months ago. The gizmo plugs into your vehicle on-board diagnostic port and starts sucking on T-Mobile 4G LTE in order to offer Wi-Fi signal inside the car. For $ 150 a year, subscribers were also offered […]

T-Mobile now offers free roadside assistance with its SyncUp connected car solution

Flat tire? Harrowing highway repair? T-Mobile has you covered.

Last November, T-Mobile did what a lot of wireless carriers are doing: it got into the connected car game. But it did so cautiously, launching a small tool called SyncUp Drive in partnership with ZTE and Mojio that plugs into the OBD-II port of any car made after 1996.

The idea is to not only give its connected users a way to monitor their car’s health, but to  [Read More…]

Project Fi vs. T-Mobile: Which is better for you?

Fi or T-Mo? Which should you choose?

T-Mobile is one of the Big Four carriers in the U.S. (along with AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint), and its casual approach to contracts and limitations is what draws customers in for the long haul. Google takes an even more cavalier approach to contracts and data caps with its Project Fi, leasing coverage from the bigger networks to bring you lower prices (usually).

Which is better for you? Let’s compare the two and  [Read More…]

Reminder: T-Mobile is offering 1-year of free MLB.TV Premium today

As we told you last week, T-Mobile is bringing back the MLB.TV promotion it also offered last year today. Starting April 4 and ending April 1:59 a.m Pacific Time, customers will be able to grab a one-year free of charge subscription to MLB.TV Premium and MLB.com At Bat Premium, both valued at $ 112.99. MLB.TV will […]

T-Mobile ONEsie gives you ‘unlimited coverage,’ turns you into a human hotspot

Get ‘unlimited coverage’ with the T-Mobile ONEsie .

Felt you could get away from the April Fool’s Day madness this year just because it was on a Saturday? Think again. Brands are taking things into their own hands by rolling out gags a day in advance. T-Mobile is never one to shy away from a chance to poke fun at its rivals, and the carrier is kicking things off with the T-Mobile ONEsie, “the world’s first full-body wearable.”

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Love baseball? T-Mobile offering subscribers 1 year of free MLB.TV Premium

This week T-Mobile announced a new promotion. The carrier says it will offer customers a free annual subscription to MLB.TV Premium (again!) on April 4. The service usually costs $ 112.99 and allows users to stream all your team’s game, whether live or on-demand, as well as home broadcasting. It also includes live game DVR, multi-game […]

T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint are already shipping LG G6 pre-orders

LG G6 is already in the hands of a few lucky customers.

U.S. carriers have kicked off pre-orders for the LG G6 ahead of its debut in the country on April 7, and customers that have ordered the device are already starting to see shipping notices, with deliveries scheduled for later this week. T-Mobile was the first carrier to announce pricing, and the first to ship the handset to customers.

A few AT&T and Sprint customers that  [Read More…]

T-Mobile is giving all of its customers a free year of baseball streaming

T-Mobile Tuesdays has something good for baseball fans starting April 4.

T-Mobile is into doing nice things for its customers recently. The company has announced that it is giving away a free year of MLB.tv baseball streaming to all of its users, including those on older plans and prepaid service.

A regular season costs $ 112.99 a year, with MLB at Bat, which includes mobile phone access, an additional $ 19.99, so Major League Baseball is likely  [Read More…]