Could this be the end of the subsidy for T-Mobile customers?
T-Mobile today announced that the FCC has officially given the go ahead on the proposed T-Mobile and MetroPCS merger. Initially announced in October 2012, the two carriers are hoping to
Everyone loves a good fight, and this will be no different. T-Mobile has started (or is it answered?) a campaign against AT&T that is sure not to disappoint. Let’s start
T-Mobile has become the first carrier to hit our inbox with word of support of the HTC One. Pricing and availability will be shared at a later date. T-Mobile is excited to
T-Mobile today began offering the StarStar Me vanity calling service, bringing personalized mobile phone numbers to the nation’s fourth largest provider. Available for $2.99 per month, the service lets users pick out
T-Mobile USA is the only major carrier that has yet to sign on for the upcoming HTC M7, according to the often-correct @evleaks. AT&T is the third wireless provider to
They say: …T-Mobile is planning a Valentine’s Day sale… Unfortunately, we don’t have any details to go on — but smart money would have us believe any sale would likely
T-Mobile will begin offering the Nexus 4 in retail locations across the country later this month, according to TmoNews. The LG smartphone has been rather difficult to procure as of
HTC is in the midst of testing an Android 4.1 update for the T-Mobile One S, according to emails being sent to customers of said device. As evidenced on TmoNews,
T-Mobile may be prepping a 4G LTE variant of the Samsung Galaxy S III, if recent Bluetooth filings are to be believed. As noticed by AndroidGreed, a Samsung SGH-T999L was
The FCC recently approved a variant of the ZTE Grand X which appears to be headed to T-Mobile USA in the near future. With specs that include a 1GHz dual-core
T-Mobile is offering a number of popular 4G devices for $0.00 down payment on qualifying Unlimited Value and Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plans. Starting today (December 21) and running through the end
Got a Galaxy Note 2 with T-Mobile? If your answer is yes, then you might want to head to your phone’s software update section. There’s a new update out that
T-Mobile CEO advises the carrier will say goodbye to subsidies in the new year.