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ET deals: $150 off Galaxy S5, $100 of Note 3, more at T-Mobile for Black Friday Week

Black Friday is almost upon us, and that means the offers have begun to pour in. T-Mobile is here with some early Black Friday savings, slashing prices on flagship smartphones like the Galaxy S5, plus the Note 3 and plenty of other great phones. All their phones are available for $0 down, and this savings takes a healthy bite out of your phone payment plan.

T-Mobile’s massive Black Friday sale has been announced – here’s what you need to know

T-Mobile has announced more details about its upcoming Black Friday 2014 sale, revealing that it’s preparing a variety of smartphone, tablet, accessories and other deals for its subscribers. FROM EARLIER: These are the hottest pre-Black...Show More Summary

Why DISH Network Might Be Considering a Big Merger

Dish Network could sell its spectrum, but a merger with T-Mobile might also be in the cards.

Net Neutrality in Action: T-Mobile Agrees to Inform Users of Throttled Web Connections Speeds

Since its UnCarrier promotional campaign began last year T-Mobile has experimented with several different ways of attracting customers, including the abolition of overage fees. Having done away with those onerous fees the company subsequently had to change its response to users exceeding their data limits, and so it implemented a policy of throttling, that is, [...]

While Talking To O2, BT Is Also In ‘Exploratory Discussions’ To Buy EE, The Orange T-Mobile UK JV

Earlier this week, it emerged that BT was eyeing up a mobile carrier to expand its existing fixed line business, and that O2 was one of the two under consideration. Today the cat is out of the bag on who the other one is: according to...Show More Summary

T-Mobile Still Doesn't Understand (Or Simply Doesn't Care) That Their 'Music Freedom' Plan Tramples Net Neutrality

2 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Back in June we noted how T-Mobile had unveiled a new "Music Freedom" program that exempts the biggest music streaming companies from T-Mobile's usage caps. When introduced at the time, T-Mobile pitched the idea as a huge win for consumers, as you could listen to say -- Spotify -- without worrying about eroding your usage allotments. Show More Summary

FCC orders T-Mobile to stop covering up how slow your connection is

T-Mobile’s move to hide throttled customers’ actual data speeds has just been shot down. Per Ars Technica, the Federal Communications Commission this week said that T-Mobile can no longer exempt speed test results from its wireless data caps. Show More Summary

News: T-Mobile required to fully disclose throttled data speeds

2 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

T-Mobile has agreed to provide more accurate information to help customers determine when their mobile data speeds are being throttled, according to a new FCC release. T-Mobile provides “capped” data plans, however unlike competing carriers,...Show More Summary

FCC pressures T-Mobile into showing actual speed test results for users w/ throttled plans

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission this week reached an agreement with T-Mobile to ensure that customers receive proper information about the speed of their wireless internet connection, even if the user has a capped data plan. The carrier has 60 days to implement the changes outlined in the agreement. The underlying confusion stems from T-Mobile exempting […]

T-Mobile pledges to FCC it will be more transparent about data speed caps

U.S. wireless provider and iPhone carrier T-Mobile this week announced it has reached an agreement with the Federal Communications Commission, in which it will be more upfront and honest with customers about its bandwidth speed.

T-Mobile Ordered To Stop Secretly Throttling Customers’ Data

Now that the FCC has stepped in, T-Mobile has to tell customers the truth about data throttling. The post T-Mobile Ordered To Stop Secretly Throttling Customers’ Data appeared first on ThinkProgress.

FCC: T-Mobile can no longer lie about throttled data cap speeds

T-Mobile has tried to make a reputation for itself lately as the most honest wireless carrier around… but the FCC just had to rap the so-called Uncarrier’s knuckles for lying to its customers about how fast their data connections were … Read more ›

Un-carrier? More like unethical: T-Mobile clashes with the FCC (again)

T-Mobile might want to change its nickname. Unless its claim of being the “un-carrier” is meant to be ironic, the moniker just can’t stand up to scrutiny from even the rosiest of tinted glasses. The latest example of T-Mobile failing...Show More Summary

You'll Now Be Able To See Exactly How Slow Your T-Mobile Service Is After You Hit Your Data Cap

As part of a new agreement with the Federal Communications Commission, T-Mobile will start providing customers with more accurate information about connection speeds, even when speeds are reduced due to data plan restrictions, the FCC announced on Monday (via CNET). Show More Summary

The Switchboard: FCC says T-Mobile can’t hide throttled data speeds

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. "Digital tsar" urges Europe not to weaken net neutrality rules. Reuters reports: "The European Union's new digital tsar voiced alarm on Monday at the efforts of some EU governments to water down equal Internet access, just as EU plans […]

The Switchboard: FCC says T-Mobile can’t hide throttled data speeds

2 days agoTechnology : Post Tech

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. "Digital tsar" urges Europe not to weaken net neutrality rules. Reuters reports: "The European Union's new digital tsar voiced alarm on Monday at the efforts of some EU governments to water down equal Internet access, just as EU plans […]

FCC to T-Mobile: Stop Lying About Throttled Speeds

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The FCC has told T-Mobile that it has to start being more upfront about the data speeds its customers are receiving. From now on, the carrier will have to send texts explaining the speeds that users will actually have to put up with when they hit their data cap. Read more...

FCC orders T-Mobile to stop misleading throttled customers about speeds

Up to now, T-Mobile has been generously unblocking Ookla and other mobile test sites so you could see exactly how much speed you weren't getting when it throttled you. But the FCC has called a halt to that piece of duplicity, forcing the carrier to...

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