News tagged: T-Mobile
As promised a few days ago, T-Mobile has now officially launched three new smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, LG V30+, and the recently announced Revvl Plus. All three smartphones are available for purchase as we speak. The Galaxy S8 Active carries a price tag
After launching its own brand of smartphones a few weeks ago, with REVVL being the only member, T-Mobile has now announced another budget-friendly handset that shares many similarities with the REVVL. The new model is called REVVL Plus and as the name suggests, it
Availability of T-Mobile's gigabit LTE has more than doubled, bringing it to upwards of 430 markets. Further, LTE Advanced is now available in 920 markets. Although that doesn't offer gigabit speeds, it still offers faster service than a typical LTE connection.
LG's V30+ smartphone is basically the same as regular LG V30, except it comes with 128 GB of storage space instead of 64 GB and premium headsets in the box. T-Mobile has been selling the LG V30, but starting next week, the carrier will also be offering the LG V30+.
Samsung's latest flagship rugged smartphone, the Galaxy S8 Active, has been rumoured to reach other carriers in the United States, meaning it won't be exclusive to AT&T anymore. This is something we all knew, as Samsung itself said that the phone would only be exclusive to
After months of talking and trying to make it work, T-Mobile and Sprint have now confirmed that they couldn't reach an agreement and have abandoned merger talks. The companies issued a joint statement Saturday, after a week of speculation, saying they "have ceased talks."
Samsung's flagship rugged smartphone first launched on AT&T, but the Galaxy S8 Active will no longer be exclusive to the carrier. According to Evan Blass, the Galaxy S8 Active is coming to T-Mobile and Sprint, bringing the number of carriers in the US to three.
Talks between Sprint and T-Mobile about a potential merger recently broke down when both sides offered deals the other wouldn't accept. There's been a fight over who will have a controlling stake in the combined company, with Sprint owner Softbank aiming to hold that position.
HTC now has a cheaper version of its U11 smartphone that uses nearly the same design as its parent device. The new U11 Life, which costs $349 (much lower than the U11's $649), brings down the display from a 5.5-inch Quad HD to a 5.2-inch 1080p display.
The potential merger of Sprint and T-Mobile has fallen apart due to disagreements from Softbank and Deutsche Telekom over which company would have a controlling stake, reports Nikkei. Both carriers saw a significant drop in their shares in response to this news.
AT&T customers won't be the only ones receiving wireless service from Alphabet's Project Loon in Puerto Rico. T-Mobile says it's also joining the project and subscribers with LTE-ready smartphones will have access to texting and basic internet access.
It appears that HTC and T-Mobile have partnered on the release of HTC's Android One smartphone. The Taiwanese company is expected to announce an Android One handset in near future and according to latest information, it might be exclusive to T-Mobile in the United States.
As rumoured a few days ago, Apple has decided to give a head start to iPhone Upgrade Program customers when pre-ordering the iPhone X. The handset will officially be available for pre-order in the United States this Friday, but if you are currently signed up for Apple's iPhone
The announcement of T-Mobile's intended merger with Sprint has been pushed back at least a couple weeks and is now expected to occur in mid or late November, reports Bloomberg. Both companies wanted to announce a deal during their earnings calls this month.
An announcement of T-Mobile and Sprint's merger could come this month, reports Reuters, and the wireless carriers aren't planning to sell off any assets before moving forward. They'll hold on to their respective spectrum as they enter what's likely to be a period of scrutiny.
Unlimited T-Mobile customers will no longer automatically receive unlimited high-speed data when traveling in Canada or Mexico. The wireless carrier is implementing a 5 GB per month cap on November 12, limiting the amount of LTE data you can utilize beyond the United States.
With T-Mobile and Sprint reportedly close to reaching a merger deal, multiple US senators have written a letter calling for an investigation into the merger. Their letter to the FCC and DOJ calls for an investigation to begin now so that it can be thoroughly investigated.
There are four major carriers in the United States, including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, but that might change in near future. According to a new report from Bloomberg who cities people "familiar with the matter", Sprint and T-Mobile could merger anytime soon.
The National Advertising Division, a watchdog group for the telecom industry, recommended T-Mobile stop claiming it has the US' fastest LTE network. Despite that recommendation, the carrier isn't backing away from its claim and it'll continue saying it has the fastest network.
T-Mobile and Sprint aren't just lightly discussing a merger, they may actually be close to an agreement, reports Reuters. A merger of those carriers has been in discussion for years, but with the introduction of the Trump administration to the equation, it's become plausible.