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T-Mobile Appoints John Legere as New CEO

Deutsche Telekom, the parent company of T-Mobile USA, announced today that John Legere has been appointed CEO of T-Mobile. “John is a talented and proven executive who brings a successful track record of leading and operating consumer- and business-focused telecommunications and technology companies,” said René Obermann, CEO of Deutsche Telekom. “As T-Mobile moves forward with its strategic initiatives to improve …

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T-Mobile Trying to Lure Unlocked iPhone Users

Poor T-Mobile stil isn’t getting the iPhone. This is most likely due to T-Mobile’s data network, which will not be compatible with the iPhone 5’s 4G LTE. While AT&T and Verizon celebrate the bonanza that is sure to be the iPhone 5, T-Mobile will be stuck selling less-popular Android and Windows Phones. Still, T-Mobile has a plan. The company is …

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Galaxy S Relay 4G To Ship In Coming Weeks

T-Mobile unveiled the Galaxy S Relay 4G from Samsung on Thursday, the latest in the Samsung Galaxy line, which will be offered exclusively by the carrier. It’s powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and leverages T-Mobile’s 4G (HSPA+ 42) network. T-Mobile is really touting the business features of the phone. “The Galaxy S Relay 4G is also a SAFE …

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T-Mobile’s Nationwide Unlimited 4G Data Plan Launches Today

T-Mobile announced last month that they would be introducing an unlimited 4G data plan across the country to consumers tired of paying for tiered data from the big guys. It was supposed to be available on September 5 and T-Mobile has stayed true to their word. T-Mobile announced today that their Unlimited Nationwide 4G data plan is now available to …

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Sprint Ad Skewers AT&T and Verizon Shared Plans

When Verizon and AT&T switched their subscriptions to shared data plans, many customers were upset. The new plans offer a small “shared” pool of data that a variety of devices can use. Of course, subscribers have to pay a monthly fee for each device they want the privilege of using with the plan, making the shared plans more expensive for …

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iPhone 5 Rumor: Not Coming to T-Mobile

Despite the lower prices the network offers for its plans and its soon-to-be unlimited data offerings, T-Mobile subscribers have always had to jump through hoops to get new iPhone models on the carrier’s network, if they could at all. Part of the reason for this is T-Mobile’s lack of a 4G LTE network, though the company is in the process …

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T-Mobile Announces Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Plan

Unlimited data plans are a thing of the past. AT&T and Verizon still have a few users here and there on grandfathered plans, but they use every trick in the book to get them onto one of their tiered plans. It makes perfect business sense since the gatekeepers are allowed to charge whatever they want for paltry amounts of data. …

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Pissed Off Guy Vandalizes T-Mobile Store With A Fire Extinguisher

I’m sure that we’ve all experienced the blood-boiling anger that can arise from dealings with mobile carriers. Whether it’s AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile, some bad news about your data plan or your upgrade or your warranty has probably pushed you pretty close to the deep end. While most of us are able to control these unavoidable emotions for the most …

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Severe Weather Alerts To Be Sent Via Text Soon

A little over a week ago we brought you news that the iOS 6 beta included the option to turn certain kinds of government issued alerts on and off. There were two basic kinds of alerts that you could receive: AMBER Alerts, and more generalized emergency alerts (which presumably include things like severe weather). Of course, not all phones – …

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Samsung Galaxy S III U.S. Launch is a Confusing Mess

No doubt Samsung would have loved to have launch it’s new flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S III, globally in a single day. The realities of cellular service in different countries, however, make this impossible. The next best plan is to release it in Europe and Asia first, then roll it out to the U.S. Samsung scored big when it …

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Galaxy S III U.S. Release Date Pushed Back

Earlier this month we brought you news that both AT&T and Verizon had made Samsung’s new Galaxy S III available for pre-order through their websites, following closely on the heels of Sprint and T-Mobile. Three of the four carriers – all but Verizon – were projecting shipping dates of this week. AT&T promised they would begin shipping the phones on …

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Samsung Galaxy S III on T-Moblie June 21

Samsung announced this morning that the Galaxy S III would be launching on all of the major U.S. carriers by the end of June. Now, the carriers are beginning to announce pricing and availability details for the smartphone. T-Mobile is the second carrier to announce details for the smartphone’s U.S. launch. Customers will be able to purchase the Galaxy S …

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