FierceWireless has joined forces with P3 in breaking down just how much cellular and Wi-Fi data are today’s mobile users using and which apps they are using on the networks of the four biggest wireless carriers in the United States (namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile,
Less than a year since it spent around $420 million in order to acquire 700 MegaHertz airwaves, T-Mobile is now debuting wireless service in that spectrum band in the city of Chicago. Branded as “Extended Range LTE,” the service is being rolled out to the Windy City’s downtown, suburban, and outlying areas.
After having acquired nearly $8 billion worth of low band 600 MegaHertz airwaves, the third biggest wireless carrier in America has not put itself in a good position to further strengthen its current network coverage, and continue to close the gap between itself and industry leaders Verizon Wireless (refer
T-Mobile, Dish Network, and Comcast have emerged as the top three bidders in the incentive spectrum auction conducted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Major US wireless carrier T-Mobile committed the most money, bidding almost $8 billion in order to get its hands on 600 MegaHertz airwaves. According to T-Mobile officials, the mobile operator is looking to take full advantage of the 600 MegaHertz spectrum it has acquired as early as within the year.
According to a report recently published by blog TMoNews this week, Samsung’s latest flagship offering -- the Galaxy S8 -- could arrive a couple of days earlier than its scheduled launch date (which is this coming April 21st) for subscribers of T-Mobile who
This should be good news to fans of America’s favorite sports -- this coming April 4th, Tuesday, T-Mobile is promising to give a free year’s subscription of MLB.TV baseball streaming to all its subscribers, including current or new customers on both prepaid and postpaid plans. This is part of the major US wireless carrier’s T-Mobile Tuesdays program, which aims to launch promos and special giveaways for its customers.
T-Mobile has recently decided to include AppleCare in its device insurance plans (which normally cost $12 per month), absolutely free of charge. According to the number three wireless carrier in the United States, customers who choose to purchase a new iPhone device or an iPad tablet will now be covered under AppleCare if they also opt to sign up for the mobile operator’s Jump! or Premium Device Protection options (more on these two later).
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