T-Mobile has grown hugely over the last 3 years. Since the company ushered in the Uncarrier movement under the leadership of CEO John Legere it has become successful. In that time T-Mobile has added millions of new customers, is close to taking over Sprint as the third biggest carrier in the US, and has won plaudits for the quality of its LTE services and customer care.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is a colorful chap who has turned the carrier around and shook up the network industry in the United States. He often makes bold predictions that have a funny habit of coming true, and he has been at it again with his predictions for 2015. Among them Legere believes his company T-Mobile will surpass Sprint as the third biggest carrier in the US.
T-Mobile has today launched a new service called Data Stash, something that it says makes it easier for customers to manage how much data they are using. At the Magenta Networks' Un-carrier 8.0 event today the carrier said it would remove the "infuriating wireless industry practice of confiscating data".
T-Mobile is continuing to go to war with other carriers with aggressive pricing and plans, the latest of which is the Simple Choice family plan. The company found that 40% of customers are worried about going over their monthly data, so the Uncarrier created this plan that gives two lines unlimited data per month for $100.
T-Mobile had a massive Black Friday deal bonanza, but the Uncarrier is not finished as the Magenta Network has a bunch of Cyber Monday offers going on today too. Take a look below at T-Mobile's special iPhone deal below, and you can hit up the source to see the various price reductions on a number of other smartphones too.
T-Mobile has confirmed its Black Friday deals and the Uncarrier is having a blockbuster sale that encompasses a great many of its products and services.
T-Mobile released its third quarter financial results last night and once again the company saw huge growth in a number of department. However, even though the Magenta Network continues to outgrow its rivals Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, it still struggles to grow profit.
T-Mobile has gone update crazy as the Uncarrier company has lavished a slew of its flagship handsets with a new patch. The fourth largest carrier in the US has sent out an update for a number of its partner flagship devices from 2013 and 2014, including the HTC One M7 and M8, the Samsung Galaxy S4, and the LG G3.
T-Mobile has been shaking up the carrier industry in the US for a while now with its "Uncarrier" movement, and it has been working. The company has added millions of subscribers and a bunch of goodwill along the way as popularity and profits rose. Now T-Mobile has launched a new Pay as You Go plan that it hopes will continue to entice more customers to the brand.
More details surrounding the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint are emerging as reports of the deal being struck pick up pace. Analysts and the tech community alike have been debating which company will fold into the other, will Sprint continue or will it be T-Mobile?