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It’s one of the hottest events of the year, and the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival just announced a star-studded lineup. Slated to run from September 24th to September 25th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the massive gig will feature...Show More Summary
The mid-range HTC Desire 530 smartphone is officially on sale in the U.S. The phone can be purchased unlocked on the company's website for $179, or you can get it from T-Mobile for $159.99 without a contract. T-Mobile is also selling...Show More Summary
Team USA dominated Argentina in its first pre-Olympics tuneup game, winning 111-74 on Friday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. USA was led by Kevin Durant, who scored 23 points, including 11 straight in the fourth quarter. Paul George and Carmelo Anthony added 18 and 17, respectively. Show More Summary
If you happen to be a T-Mobile customer in the US and planning to visit Brazil for the Olympic Games, then the last thing you need to worry about is your phone bill
Samsung has already confirmed that it’s going to unveil the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 but the company is yet to say anything about pricing and availability. Some reports claim that it’s likely Samsung could release the handset on the...Show More Summary
Team USA Men's Basketball is bound in a square off against the 2004 Olympic champion Argentina 9PM today, July 22 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The exhibition game is first in a series of nine hoop games that Verizon will showcase as part of the Rio Olympics next month. Show More Summary
Downside of going to Rio for the Olympics: you might get Zika. Plus side of going to Rio (at least if you're a T-Mobile customer): free data for the duration of the games. The carrier-that-isn't-a-carrier announced on Thursday that any customers heading to Rio for the Olympics will get free data, free calls back to the US, and free worldwide texting. Show More Summary
The Uncarrier is celebrating the games next month by throwing in unlimited LTE data as well as free calls and texting for subscribers who are in Brazil.
Simple Choice customers don't have to do anything to get these benefits.
Bonus: the offer also applies to family members of Olympic athletes.
If you plan on making it down to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to watch the 2016 Olympic Games and you happen to have T-Mobile, the Un-carrier has just announced a nice perk that should interest you. T-Mobile has officially announced that Simple Choice subscribers in Rio will gain access to unlimited high-speed data while [...]
T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) will host an earnings call and an extended, open conversation to discuss the company’s second quarter 2016 financial and operational results on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Show More Summary
T-Mobile is giving customers unlimited data/calling in Brazil during the Rio games!! The other carriers (including the actual sponsor of the games) are just giving you insane overages. Get all the details at www.t-mobile.com/brazil and http://t-mo.co/2aj4C2D [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
And, for families of US athletes, T-Mobile’s giving a FREE Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and Samsung Gear 360 camera with FREE T-Mobile service to call, capture, share and stream every moment of the Rio games without worrying about the carriers’...Show More Summary
T-Mobile has announced the U.S. carrier will be rewarding Simple Choice customers with unlimited high-speed data throughout Brazil from August 1. All you need to do is activate roaming while in Brazil and you'll be able to enjoy speeds...Show More Summary
T-Mobile today said its postpaid customers will have access to free mobile data and calling in Brazil for the entire month of August in honor of the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games. T-Mobile customers will not have to take any action to enjoy free roaming in Brazil. Show More Summary