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Netflix is hiking its prices, but it is still status quo at T-Mobile for free subscriptions. That status quo is a good thing that may last only months more.
T-Mobile has big plans outside of the wireless industry, even after its Sprint merger attempt failed, planning to release its very own TV service in 2018.
T-Mobile's CEO is giving away six LG G6 units today and there's only just a few things you need to do to snag a chance at one.
T-Mobile Tuesdays are back with a bang, as CEO John Legere misses no opportunity to troll AT&T and Verizon with freebies for everybody.
T-Mobile is in a fantastic position for growth, be it alone or in a consolidated party. But the CEO wants to make it known that he's wearing the pants here.
John Legere just hit 3 million followers. Why not ratchet up his cult of personality with a big giveaway? All you need to enter is to retweet.
The network's CEO said that the matte Black version of the iPhone 7, not the Jet Black version, is the most popular for pre-orderers.
Reddit jumped upon a teaser from T-Mobile CEO John Legere by complaining about how meh the T-Mobile Tuesdays perks have become.
Labor unions have had their problems with T-Mobile. The National Labor Relations Board ruled against T-Mobile earlier this year, deeming it crossed federal labor laws by not allowing its employees to join or form a union. Big Magenta is about into another fight, this one against consumer advocates on its basic premise of being the “Un-carrier.”
USA TODAY reports that a labor and consumer organization called Change to Win is alleging to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that T-Mobile is deceptively advertising that its users can switch off to other carriers at [...]
Learn more about T-Mobile's new Uncarrier initiative, which plans to defy what we currently consider as roaming services from competiros.
Learn more about a recent twitter battle between Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure, and T-Mobile CEO John Legere, as things really got hostile.
Read more about the recent predictions of T-Mobile's CEO, John Legere, regarding the future he expects to see in the wearable market with the Apple Watch
Even though T-Mobile isn’t doing a great job in gaining new customers through the quality of their network, we can’t deny that the company is definitely trying to gain some recognition with their ads and strategies against competition. John Legere is already popular for his UnCarrier 4.0 strategy, along with his demeanor during events, and even in how dramatically he gets kicked out of AT&T parties, but now he’s also becoming popular for how he plans to steal customers from his competitors.
New leaks show a T-Mobile ad that might land on the Internet very [...]