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LG G Flex Press Renderings For AT&T And T-Mobile Leaked

01/03/2014, The LG G Flex is the South Korean company’s attempt at creating a smartphone with a curved display, taking on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Round in the process. We had heard that LG planned to release the handset globally and that as far as a...

T-Mobile Uncarrier 4.0 Announcement Will Be Made At CES 2014

12/22/2013, Magenta has started making waves again. A few days back T-Mobile CEO tweeted that the carrier is going to remove another customer “pain point,” he didn’t offer much details except that we should wait for T-Mobile’s uncarrier 4.0...

Dish Rumored To Be Interested In Bidding For T-Mobile As Well

12/19/2013, A couple of years ago, AT&T failed to acquire T-Mobile not because T-Mobile did not want to play ball, but rather because there were too many opposing the merger due to worries about AT&T and T-Mobile monopolizing the market. However according to...

T-Mobile CEO Hints At Yet Another ‘Uncarrier’ Announcement

12/18/2013, T-Mobile has made a number of announcements this year, under the “uncarrier” umbrella, that have totally redefined its way of doing business. It first announced the Jump! program, which was soon followed by AT&T, Verizon and Sprint with...

Sprint Purchasing T-Mobile Is Actually A Trial Balloon

12/16/2013, There were rumors recently that went around, touting that Sprint was about to purchase a stake over in T-Mobile. While this has also caused ripples in the stock market, the thing is, such a move or consideration was better described as a “trial...

Verizon T-Mobile Spectrum Deal Reportedly Being Finalized

12/15/2013, Recently there have been a lot of rumors circulating that Verizon is looking to sell its unwanted A-block spectrum to T-Mobile U.S., the fourth largest mobile carrier in the country. The Big Red has already said that it is open to spectrum swapping, and...

Sprint Wants To Buy T-Mobile [Rumor]

12/15/2013, Right now there are four major mobile carriers in the U.S., Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. When AT&T’s bid to acquire T-Mobile ultimately fell through, nobody thought that another major carrier would immediately move to pick up the...