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T-Mobile Alcatel Idol Pro 4S training guide leaks

It seems that the Alcatel Idol 4S may not be too long from the market, with a T-Mobile USA training guide for the device leaking, which incidentally also confirms that the VR headset will be bundled with the Windows 10 phone. Alcatel’s long promised flagship Windows phone – which we exclusively revealed a while back […]

¿Oye que bola? T-Mobile Customers Now Roaming in Cuba!

America’s Un-carrier lights up data, calling and texting for customers travelling to Cuba Bellevue, Washington—T-Mobile [NASDAQ: TMUS] today announced it’s lighting up Cuba with calling, texting and data roaming for customers travelling to the island nation. Show More Summary

T-Mobile (US) Alcatel IDOL 4S with Windows 10 Mobile gets detailed in new training guide

Earlier this week Zac Bowden and I made our predictions about next week in New York City at Microsoft's event. One of the 'maybes' was the announcement of the Alcatel IDOL 4S with Windows 10 Mobile. It looks like we may be right as the training guide for T-Mobile employees has landed in our lap signaling an imminent launch. Show More Summary

T-Mobile Punished for Misleading Customers About ‘Unlimited Data’ Plans

T-Mobile has come to an agreement with the Federal Communications Commission to pay at least $48 million for not telling its customers that there were actually limits to its highly publicized unlimited-data plans. The settlement, announced Wednesday, is a result of an FCC investigation that began last year into whether the mobile carrier had adequately […]

T-Mobile Customers Can Now Roam In Cuba

T-Mobile today kicked off roaming cellular service in Cuba. T-Mobile customers will be able to use their T-Mobile phones to make calls, send messages, and surf the 'net when traveling in the Caribbean island nation. Voice calls cost $2 per minute, text and multimedia messages cost $0.50 to send but are free to receive, and data costs $2 per megabyte. Show More Summary

Verizon: Street Rattled by New Signs of Vulnerability

Shares of Verizon Communications (VZ) are down 19 cents, or 0.4%, at $48.95, as analysts digest what seem new signs of competitive threats following yesterday morning’s Q3 report from T-Mobile US (TMUS) and Sprint (S). It doesn’t help...Show More Summary

T-Mobile to Host Q3 2016 Earnings Call on October 24, 2016

T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) will host an earnings call and an extended, open conversation to discuss the company’s third quarter 2016 financial and operational results on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Show More Summary

UFC 207: Dominick Cruz vs Cody Garbrandt Bantamweight title fight in the works

Championship double dip! The men’s and women’s Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight belts will both be on the line on the same night (Sat., Dec. 30, 2016) at UFC 207, which will take place inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dominick Cruz will likely defend his 135-pound title in the pay-per-view (PPV) co-main event against No. Show More Summary

FCC Fines T-Mobile For Abusing The Definition Of 'Unlimited' Data

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

For the better part of the last decade, wireless carriers have had an often vicious, adversarial relationship with the dictionary. More specifically, they've struggled repeatedly with the definition of the word "unlimited," often pitching data services that proclaim to be unlimited, only to saddle users with onerous, often confusing restrictions. Show More Summary

T-Mobile to pay $48 million fine for throttling 'unlimited' data plans

T-Mobile has reached a settlement with the FCC wherein the carrier will pay $48 million fine for misleading customers over its "unlimited" data plans. The FCC started investigating the carrier's unlimited plans after receiving several complaints from T-Mobile and MetroPCS customers that their data connections were being throttled. Show More Summary

T-Mobile to offer loaner devices for Note 7 after all

If you still have a Galaxy Note 7 on T-Mobile, you'll be able to get a loaner phone while you wait for a new device.        

T-Mobile to offer loaner devices for Note 7 after all

If you still have a Galaxy Note 7 on T-Mobile, you'll be able to get a loaner phone while you wait for a new device.        

How to get T-Mobile’s $35 million of government-mandated free stuff

Earlier today, the FCC reached a $48 million settlement with T-Mobile over its abuse of the word "unlimited." The FCC found that T-Mobile was throttling data users on unlimited plans without properly warning or communicating with them. As...Show More Summary

T-Mobile fined $48M over slowing 'unlimited' plans

Regulator says wireless carrier had a policy to slow down the speeds of customers who were the heaviest data users

T-Mobile Hit With $48 Million Fine Over 'Unlimited' Data Plans

T-Mobile will pay out $35.5 million in benefits to affected customers, $5 million to help public schools and a $7.5 million civil penalty.

T-Mobile to Pay $48M Over Misleading 'Unlimited' Data Plans

That settlement includes a $7.5M fine, $35.5M in customer benefits, and $5M in free school services and equipment.

LG V20 available online at Verizon October 20 at a pretty reasonable price

The pricing saga of the LG V20 continues. After hearing from AT&T and T-Mobile on pricing ($830 and $769, respectively) and then from various retailers on the unlocked availability ($799), we now have Verizon's offer, which is not only...Show More Summary

All the Fine Print In Your Cell Phone's "Unlimited" Data Plan

Today, the FCC announced a settlement with T-Mobile for $48 million to resolve an investigation into T-Mobile’s “Unlimited” data plan, which slowed down data for the top users. That was seen as deceptive because it wasn’t clear when users signed up for the plan. Of course, this small print isn’t that abnormal. Read more...

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