Verizon Wireless is the best performing network, followed by AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Analytics firm RootMetrics recently released those rankings, which pleased Verizon and obviously upset T-Mobile.
Though a vocal contingent of BlackBerry customers were peeved by T-Mobile US's targeted promotion encouraging them to switch to an iPhone, customers were overall less opposed to trading in their current BlackBerry for a new phone according to tweets from T-Mobile head marketer.
T-Mobile is bringing Tim Tebow to the Super Bowl. To be more specific, the nation's fourth-place carrier is bringing ESPN's favorite talking point to the Super Bowl broadcast in a commercial that will highlight T-Mobile's push to get consumers out of contracts at rival carriers.
Sony has a habit of releasing smartphones in the US months after they've already been seen in Europe and Asia. The Xperia Z1S shortened the wait time somewhat, but is the Sony Xperia Z1S still a phone worth experiencing?
T-Mobile today announced Mobile Money, a new program that manages personal finance and links with a prepaid Visa card that offers free checking, free ATM withdrawals, and no associated costs with overdrafts or maintaining accounts. T-Mobile has basically decided to become a bank.
The oldest rumor in the US wireless industry may become a reality at some point this year, and if Sprint truly does make a blockbuster bid to acquire T-Mobile US, it won't have any problem getting the financing necessary for the costly acquisition.
At its CES 2014 press conference, Sony Mobile announced a new smartphone arriving soon in the United States. Consumers who were waiting on the Xperia Z1 to launch in the states can look forward to the Xperia Z1s launching on T-Mobile later this month.
T-Mobile has confirmed previous rumors that the fourth place carrier would make a big spectrum buy from the leading carrier, Verizon Wireless. This will introduce important changes in areas where most of its customers live.
T-Mobile has made some major changes to its network with its "Uncarrier" initiatives. Following phases that included ending device subsidies to cut monthly costs, free data on tablets, and free international roaming, T-Mobile may next attract customers by paying the fees associated with leaving another network.
DISH Network is taking a hard look at buying T-Mobile US as a way to enter the wireless industry, something that it failed to do when attempting to acquire Sprint. DISH may find itself in familiar territory because Sprint is also said to be considering a run at T-Mobile.