T-Mobile Starts Building Low-Band Wireless Network in the Sticks

T-Mobile last week announced that it has begun the long-anticipated rollout of its new 600-MHz LTE premium low-band spectrum network in Cheyenne, Wyoming, kicking off a massive rollout designed to provide wireless coverage to rural communities across the United States. T-Mobile acquired about 45 percent of the low-band spectrum licenses the FCC made available two months ago. It spent about $8 billion to gain access to millions of potential wireless customers in small communities where access to wireless and broadband coverage has been limited.

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T-Mobile wants to help pay off your iPhone — but there's a catch

As the battle for cell phone subscribers wages on between the carriers, T-Mobile has added another arrow to its quiver, encouraging Verizon customers who have an iPhone to switch networks.

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T-Mobile's CEO is trolling Verizon on Twitter after its earnings miss

Ever the loquacious executive, T-Mobile CEO John Legere is trolling Verizon on Twitter after its most recent earnings report.

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T-Mobile engineers in Dallas to fix 911 glitch after baby's death

T-Mobile has sent its top engineers to Dallas to fix with the city calls a life-threatening problem with its mobile phones.

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Consumers Worry That Sprint, T-Mobile May Revive Merger Talks

Renewed speculation about a possible merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is causing worry among mobile phone customers and consumer advocates, though some industry observers say it may be the only…

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T-Mobile Fined $48M for Pulling Wool Over Customers' Eyes

The United States Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday announced that T-Mobile has agreed to a penalty of $48 million for misleading customers about restrictions on its so-called unlimited data plans. The company failed to inform subscribers to unlimited plans on its wireless networks and those of MetroPCS, which it owns, that their data bandwidth would be throttled when they hit a preset ceiling. Through its advertising and statements, T-Mobile may have led customers to expect better and faster service than their unlimited plans actually provided, according to the FCC.

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T-Mobile targets rival US carriers with 'Wireless Customer Bill of Rights'

Article Image T-Mobile on Monday announced a new marketing tactic, the “Wireless Customer Bill of Rights,” which it plans to wield against its main rivals in the U.S. carrier market.

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T-Mobile adds YouTube, Google Play Movies to controversial Binge On program

Article Image T-Mobile on Thursday added several more video services to its “Binge On” program, most notably YouTube, one of the focal points of controversy about the promotion.

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Deals: 32GB T-Mobile iPhone 5s for $19/month; $300 off 15" MacBook Pro; $100 iTunes Card for $80; Unlocked iPhone 5s for $269

Article Image T-Mobile this week is offering 32GB iPhones for less than $19/month with a $50 coupon. Meanwhile, Apple’s 15 MacBook Pro (2.5GHz 16GB 512GB M370X) is marked down $300 to $2,199.00, $100 iTunes Gift Cards are on sale for $80, and Certified Used Unlocked iPhone 5s models start at just $219.

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T-Mobile adds Amazon Video, other services to controversial Binge On program

Article Image T-Mobile on Thursday announced the addition of four new partners to its Binge On program for subscribers, including Amazon Video, Fox News, Univision Now, and the WWE Network.

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T-Mobile confirms Binge On tech slows streaming video data speeds

Article Image T-Mobile on Friday said its new Binge On service does indeed slow down cellular data connections to streaming video sites as some customers have complained, but maintains the feature is an “optimization” to benefit consumers, not data throttling.

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T-Mobile adds 14 more services to Binge On, attacks throttling and net neutrality complaints

Article Image T-Mobile added 14 new partners in its controversial Binge On program on Thursday, while CEO John Legere simultaneously rebutted critics accusing the company of improper data throttling and/or violating the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules.

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T-Mobile's Binge On throttling all video to 1.5Mbps, regardless of source, EFF says

Article Image For Binge On users, T-Mobile is indeed throttling all video — despite the carrier’s statements to the contrary, according to a report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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T-Mobile says it's 'optimizing' YouTube video, not throttling it

Article Image Looking to deflect allegations, T-Mobile denied that it’s throttling YouTube for users of its Binge On perk, instead saying that it’s presenting “mobile optimized” content.

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T-Mobile accused of downgrading YouTube video quality without consent

Article Image T-Mobile is reportedly downgrading the quality of YouTube clips viewed by customers, even though the service isn’t a partner in T-Mobile’s Binge On program.

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Concerned about net neutrality, FCC probes Comcast, T-Mobile, & AT&T over data cap exemptions

Article Image The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has issued letters to Comcast, T-Mobile, and AT&T, asking for more information on perks that exempt some services from counting towards Internet users’ data caps.

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T-Mobile Sets Hulu Lure to Snag Verizon Customers

T-Mobile last week introduced its latest promotion aimed at attracting subscribers from rival mobile phone carriers: 12 months of Hulu streaming service for Verizon customers who switch to T-Mobile.. The promotion, which the company called the fourth gift in its series of holiday surprises, follows previous attempts to lure customers. In addition to a year’s worth of Hulu service, T-Mobile will give Verizon customers who switch up to $125 off in-store accessories such as smartwatches, speakers, fitness trackers and headphones.

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T-Mobile offers $200 per line for Sprint customers who switch this holiday

Article Image As part of its latest “Un-carrier” promotion, T-Mobile announced on Wednesday that it will pay an extra $200 per line for every Sprint customer who switches to its service, with no trade-in required.

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