by Joe Levi | January 24, 2014 2:15 PM
I've been a T-Mobile customer since the company was known as VoiceStream Wireless. Back then coverage of its PCS network wasn't that great. Big cities and highway corridors were fine, but as soon as I'd venture off the beaten path, my signal would drop to unacceptable levels. I tolerated that because I was covered 80-percent of the time, and the other 20-percent were when I really shouldn't be using my cell phone anyway (vacations, family functions, etc.). Today that's all changed. Coverage has improved significantly (though some areas have better saturation that others), data speeds are ...
by Taylor Martin | May 2, 2013 4:39 PM
In an attempt to enter relevancy again, T-Mobile is undoubtedly using the underdog card to its advantage. But it's possible that some see that as an open invitation to have their way with the carrier. At CES, T-Mobile announced a new partnership with the MLB and announced its aggressive rollout of its new LTE network. In late March, T-Mobile held an event in New York City to unveil it's new UnCarrier marketing push, a move away from the ominous two-year agreement – or a subsidized contract – in its typical connotation. It was, effectively, a smack to the back of the head of the larger, ...
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