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T-Mobile CEO Calls AT&T Payouts “Desperate”

Earlier today, AT&T announced that it will now pay up to $450 to T-Mobile customers willing to switch over to an AT&T plan. The deal included $200 per line for the switch and up to $250 for a traded-in smartphone, depending on the phone model. The move was a tacit admission that T-Mobile has been syphoning off subscribers from AT&T. …

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AT&T to Pay Up to $450 For T-Mobile Subscribers to Switch

Just over two years ago AT&T and T-Mobile were set to merge into But for the U.S. Department of Justice that merger would have created the largest mobile provider in the U.S., further stifling competition. Instead, CEO John Legere has turned T-Mobile, the fourth largest mobile provider in the U.S., into a pain in the sides of larger mobile providers …

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Sprint Is Thinking About Buying T-Mobile Next Year [REPORT]

According to sources quoted in The Wall Street Journal, the United States’ third-largest carrier is thinking about making a bid for the nation’s fourth-largest. Sources “familiar with the matter” say that Sprint is weighing the possibility of making a play on T-Mobile that could take place as early as the first half of 2014, and which could be as costly …

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AT&T Is Tired Of Footing The Bill For Your New Smartphones

For the longest time, wireless carriers have operated on a business plan that subsidized hardware in exchange for locking customers into a pricey two-year contract. The logic was that the almost pure profit these carriers pulled from subscriptions helped to make up the cost of the phone. Now one carrier isn’t so sure of that business plan anymore. CNET reports …

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T-Mobile Added 1 Million Customers in Third Quarter

T-Mobile today reported its third quarter earnings, showing a 37% year-over-year increase in revenue to $6.6 billion. The company managed to cut its losses to $36 million during the third quarter. This represents the second straight quarter of revenue growth for T-Mobile, and the company’s stock has reflected its higher-than-expected results. More importantly for T-Mobile, it is now quickly closing …

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Nexus 5 Will Come To Sprint, T-Mobile Before The Holidays

Did yesterday’s Nexus 5 announcement excite you to no end? You might have even rushed to the Google Play store to purchase one, but found its comparatively affordable price of $349 to be a bit too much. Well, worry not as Google’s next flagship device will soon be subsidized through two carriers. Upon the announcement of the Nexus 5 yesterday, …

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T-Mobile To Offer iPad Air For $0 Down, 200MB Of Free Data A Month On All Tablets

T-Mobile has been on a campaign to change how the wireless industry works by ditching contracts, rethinking upgrades and even making International roaming charges a thing of the past. Now, hot on the heels of the iPad Air announcement, T-Mobile wants to change how carriers sell tablets as well. T-Mobile announced today that it will be carrying the iPad Air …

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T-Mobile Now Offers Unlimited International Data

Traveling to other countries can be a once in a lifetime experience for most, but it can also be incredibly expensive. It doesn’t help when your wireless carrier gouges you for using data overseas. Unfortunately, international roaming fees are just a part of the business, or so we thought until T-Mobile decided to change the rules. T-Mobile, the carrier that …

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T-Mobile Market Share Increased Substantially This Summer

T-Mobile is currently the fourth-largest mobile provider in the U.S. With almost nothing to lose following the company’s failed acquisition by AT&T, the carrier began offering prices lower than its competitors. After naming John Legere CEO, T-Mobile took on its “un-carrier” branding and offered unlimited data as well as no contract subscription plans. Though these things weren’t quite enough to …

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T-Mobile to Stop Carrying BlackBerry Smartphones in Stores

With BlackBerry now on the verge of being sold, fourth-place U.S. mobile carrier T-Mobile is now set to stop shipping BlackBerry smartphones to its retail stores. A new Reuters report cites T-Mobile EVP for Corporate Services David Carey as saying the provider will instead ship BlackBerry smartphones directly to consumers. The devices will still remain on display at T-Mobile stores …

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AT&T Tops J.D. Power Purchase Experience Survey

Earlier this month, J.D. Power released the results of its “2013 U.S. Wireless Customer Care Full-Service Performance” study. The report showed that AT&T ranks number one among top U.S. mobile providers when it comes to customer service satisfaction. Today, J.D. Power released the results of its “2013 Wireless Purchase Experience” Study. The survey looks at and rates the experiences customers …

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T-Mobile Adds 1.1 Million Subscribers In Q2

For the longest time, T-Mobile was the third wheel of wireless carriers as it did everything the same as AT&T and Verizon, but without the excellent 4G coverage. That all changed earlier this year as the carrier became the “un-carrier” and got rid of contracts. It has also aggressively expanded its 4G coverage. All of this has culminated in the …

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