Tag Archive: TMobile


T-Mobile promotion gives customers phone sales tax back

T-Mobile on Monday announced it will soon give customers their sales tax back for smartphone purchases. The deal, which starts on February 1, is a limited-time promotion that is being offered to current and prospective customers. Starting later this week, anyone who buys a smartphone on a T-Mobile equipment installment plan and either a T-Mobile

T-Mobile offers free Hulu for a year to make up for DirecTV promo failure

The Magenta carrier today announced its wants to do right by those AT&T customers who switched to T-Mobile in order to get access to a year of free DirectTV Now by granting them a full year of free Hulu access instead. That’s certainly a classy move, especially since AT&T has refused to provide refunds for

T-Mobile offering free Hulu for a year to some disgruntled DirecTV Now users

T-Mobile will never stop taking shots at its competitors.

Late last year T-Mobile took a swing at AT&T to offer a free year of the DirecTV Now streaming service for those who switched carriers … but unfortunately, DirecTV Now has had a pretty rough start loaded with service interruptions and bugs. To make amends, T-Mobile is now offering a year of Hulu for everyone that previously look it up on the DirecTV Now deal in 2016.

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T-Mobile, MetroPCS to soon carry entry-level LG Aristo

T-Mobile, and its prepaid arm, MetroPCS, will soon sell the LG Aristo as part of their smartphone portfolios. The phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat and offers up a 5-inch display, and 13-megapixel rear camera. Other specifications for the phone include a 1.4.GHz quad-core processor, 16GB internal storage, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. Rounding things out

Best phones you can pick up from T-Mobile right now

Stepping into the new year, you might find yourself craving a new phone. You can already check our AT&T and Verizon buying guides, but if you are not a fan of either carrier, an alternative would be to look towards T-Mobile. The magenta carrier offers plenty of mobile solutions and some of them are even

T-Mobile aims to simplify billing and give credit to low data users with Un-carrier Next

T-Mobile today took to the CES 2017 stage to introduce Un-carrier Next, four years after revealing the first Un-carrier move.

Un-carrier Next is aimed at rate plans and helping to simplify them. The latest Un-carrier move is made up of three main features:

Taxes all-in with T-Mobile One: With the new T-Mobile One plan, all taxes and fees are included with the advertised price. That means that for the $ 70 single line T-Mo One plan, you’ll pay exactly $  [Read More…]

T-Mobile starts issuing $10 credits for unlimited customers using less than 2GB per month

T-Mobile ONE plan gets rid of hidden fees and taxes: What you see is what you pay.

T-Mobile is always trying to mix things up. At its latest “Uncarrier” event at CES this week, the company borrowed from Bill Maher’s bag of tricks by announcing a slew of “New Rules” for T-Mobile customers on the T-Mobile ONE plan.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that their new plan would include all monthly fees and taxes into the advertised  [Read More…]

T-Mobile flattens phone bills, kicks back money for unused data, and streamlines to one rate plan

Today’s a big day in the land of T-Mobile. The carrier, err, Un-carrier, rather, today announced a number of changes as part of its latest initiative. Speaking in Las Vegas today, T-Mobile president and CEO John Legere and COO Mike Sievert announced that it will do away with “crazy monthly fees and added taxes”. Well, at

T-Mobile dives deeper into IoT with two new Access packs

T-Mobile has scheduled a conference at CES 2017 a few days from now, but until then the Magenta carrier has some Internet of Things (IoT) related news to share with us. T-Mobile just unveiled two new IoT Access packs to help encourage owners of IoT devices to get their devices online. The standard plan includes

T-Mobile touts its network size, strength headed into 2017

Going extra magenta in the new year.

T-Mobile is ending the year the way it started it: pumping up its own network and not-to-subtly throwing shade on the others. Under all the bluster, there are a few things to take away.

For all the 5G hype going on — from mobile networks and manufacturers alike — we’re still a long way off from any kind of significant 5G roll-out. T-Mobile accepts this, but is committing itself  [Read More…]