All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘T-Mobile’

MLB’s Official Wireless Sponsor is Now T-Mobile

Major League Baseball (MLB) and T-Mobile today announced a multi-year marketing partnership that makes T-Mobile the official wireless sponsor of MLB. As part of the deal, T-Mobile will “enhance” MLB games with its wireless technology. The agreement includes T-Mobile providing a new on-field communication system that will use the wireless carrier’s 4G network. Specifically, the tech will be used to …

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T-Mobile Is Finally Getting the iPhone (Most Likely)

T-Mobile customers, your long nightmare may be coming to a close. Deutsche Telekom has just announced that T-Mobile USA has “entered into an agreement with Apple to bring products to market together in 2013.” So, T-Mobile is finally getting the iPhone (and the iPad)? Well, it’s not official yet, as the announcement didn’t mention specifics. In fact, the announcement was …

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iPhone Coming to T-Mobile Next Week [RUMOR]

I know. The rumors about the iPhone coming to T-Mobile have been flying around since the CES expo in January. However, every time the rumor popped up again, it got a little more specific. In May, T-Mobile began making changes to its network that were clearly the groundwork for nationwide 4G LTE, a prerequisite for carrying the iPhone. Last month, …

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T-Mobile Hires New Chief Marketing Officer

T-Mobile announced this weekend that it has appointed Michael Sievert as the company’s new chief marketing officer. Sievert began his new position today. Sievert has 20 years of marketing experience with companies such as Clearwire, AT&T Wireless, Microsoft, IBM, and Procter & Gamble. He has twice been cited as one of the 35 most influential marketers in the U.S. by …

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Samsung Galaxy Note II Finally Arrives In America Via T-Mobile

Samsung’s Galaxy Note, its interesting phone/tablet hybrid, met with mild success. Now it’s time for its successor to make an impact on the American smartphone market. Too bad it’s launching at a ridiculously high price on one of the smaller US carriers. The Galaxy Note II goes on sale today via T-Mobile for $369.99. Of course, that’s only if you …

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Isis Mobile Wallet App is Available – For a Few

Isis, the mobile wallet technology that AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile have sunk millions of dollars into over the past year was delayed past its originally planned launch. This week, the service has finally launched – sort of. According to a Mobileburn report, the service is only available to a very specific few mobile subscribers. First, the app is only available …

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iPhone Could Finally be Coming to T-Mobile

T-Mobile is now the only major U.S. wireless carrier that doesn’t carry the iPhone. It isn’t a coincidence that t’s also the only carrier that doesn’t have a nationwide 4G LTE network (its 4G is HSPA+) or that it is lagging behind the other three major carriers. This weeks’s news, if true, could put T-Mobile on-track to truly compete in …

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T-Mobile Gets the Galaxy Note II on October 24 [RUMOR]

It’s already known that Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy Note II on every major U.S. carrier, just like it did the Galaxy S III. If history serves a a preview, however, the actual launch date for the extra-large smartphone will be different for every carrier, as will the price and version availability. In other words, it will be a …

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Nokia Lumia 810 Will be Exclusive For T-Mobile

Last week it was announced that Nokia’s upcoming flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, the Lumia 920, will be an AT&T exclusive. While that announcement might have upset Windows Phone fans who aren’t subscribers to AT&T, today’s announcement from Nokia might give them renewed hope. Today, Nokia and T-Mobile jointly announced the Lumia 810 – a T-Mobile-exclusive version of the already …

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T-Mobile Merges With MetroPCS, Still Named T-Mobile

T-Mobile is still considered one of the for major wireless carriers in the U.S., but it still has a lot of ground to make up if it hopes to catch up to AT&T and Verizon. The failed acquisition of T-Mobile by AT&T proved to actually be a $4 billion windfall for T-Mobile, and it used its newfound billions to begin …

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T-Mobile Sells Cell Tower Rights For $2.4 Billion

T-Mobile and Crown Castle International announced today that they have inked an agreement regarding T-Mobile’s cellular network towers. Under the deal, Crown Castle will pay T-Mobile $2.4 billion and acquire the rights to around 7,200 T-Mobile towers for approximately 28 years. Crown Castle will have exclusive rights to lease and operate the towers during that time. “We are very pleased …

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T-Mobile USA Names John Legere CEO

Deutsche Telekom just announced that John Legere will assume the role of CEO of T-Mobile USA. Legere, 54, succeeds Jim Alling, who has been serving as interim CEO since June. Legere will take over on September 22, and Alling will return to his role as T-Mobile’s COO. “John is a talented and proven executive who brings a successful track record …

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