T-Mobile continues to rev up the changes it’s got in store for customers.
T-Mobile USA wants to shake up the status quo in the wireless industry to spur its turnaround. At the same time, it could change the way consumers think about how they pay for their services.
Soon there will be more than just one way to contact 911.
If you live in Miami or Fort Lauderdale and want fast wireless and data service, you have a new, superfast option: T-Mobile.
Relief is coming for wireless customers that have suffered with poor service in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Adding new smartphones to the family’s wireless plan can be a scary endeavor, especially as most of us have already seen our wireless bills for just one smartphone surge above $100 a month.
The wireless carrier, which is a distant fourth-place player in an industry dominated by Verizon Wireless and AT&T, has the right plan in place to return to growth, Legere told CNET in an interview Wednesday.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced a new measurement program focused on mobile broadband.
We need them the most during emergencies like approaching bad weather, And that’s why cellular providers like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint have recently spent hundreds of millions of dollars improving their networks and set-up virtual emergency operations’ bunkers for all their back-up systems.
You’d think a big company like T-Mobile would be smarter than to thank a brand new customer by giving him the former cellphone number of someone who canceled it because of all the hate calls it was getting. But T-Mobile did just that, when it handed out the phone number given up by George Zimmerman.