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T-Mobile Sprint Merger May Cost SoftBank $45 Billion

02/06/2014, A few weeks back it was first rumored that SoftBank, which owns Sprint, is going to bid for T-Mobile U.S. While there hasn’t been an official announcement as yet, many reports have come since then claiming that the merger of the 3rd and 4th largest...

AT&T Won’t Pay You To Leave T-Mobile Anymore

02/04/2014, There has been much back and forth between AT&T and T-Mobile over the past few mosts, notably when both carriers’ Twitter accounts started duking it out over a single customer. Harsh statements have been made, parties crashed, and the rivalry...

Sprint T-Mobile Merger To Be Discussed With FCC

02/03/2014, Ever since it was first rumored that Sprint is interested in buying T-Mobile, there has been a lot of speculation about the response of regulatory authorities over the Sprint T-Mobile merger. This isn’t the first time that Magenta has attracted a...

T-Mobile Moto X Android 4.4.2 Update Might Not Be Far Off

02/02/2014, Only recently we reported that a Sprint subscriber had received the Moto X Android 4.4.2 update even though the carrier is yet to publicly roll out said firmware. Moto X users in the U.S. are anxiously waiting on their carriers to roll out the latest...

93 Percent Of AT&T Phone Sales Last Quarter Were Smartphones

01/29/2014, AT&T has competing in a tough market, though it appears to be holding its ground. The company has announced earnings for the fourth quarter ending December 31, 2013. Revenue of the wireless division surged 16.8 percent year-over-year to $33.8 billion,...

T-Mobile Sprint Merger Discussed With U.S. Department Of Justice

01/29/2014, Ever since it was first rumored that Sprint is looking to acquire T-Mobile, there has been much talk about the response from U.S. regulators. Back in 2011, AT&T agreed to acquire T-Mobile for $39 billion, but the deal was struck down by regulators....

T-Mobile Sprint Merger: Magenta CEO Seems To Be Warming Up

01/28/2014, There has been much speculation about an imminent T-Mobile Sprint merger ever since it was first rumored that Sprint’s parent company, Softbank, was interested in acquiring the fourth largest U.S. carrier. Earlier this month, T-Mobile CEO John...

T-Mobile LG G Flex And Optimus F3Q Release Next Month

01/27/2014, The uncarrier is expanding its LTE smartphone lineup with two new additions, both from LG. T-Mobile announced today that the LG G Flex and Optimus F3Q smartphones are going to be released next month. The “self-healing” curved G Flex is...

Bring Your Friends To T-Mobile, Get $25

01/26/2014, T-Mobile took a lot of unconventional steps last year which played out in its favor. The carrier increased its subscriber base significantly in 2013 and it certainly wants that momentum to continue in the new year, which is why it has taken yet another...

Sony Xperia Z1s Now Available Via T-Mobile

01/23/2014, At CES 2014, we had a rather comprehensive hands-on experience with the Sony Xperia Z1s that was headed in the direction of T-Mobile, and we are more than glad to announce that this particular smartphone is finally available exclusively on the mobile...

Sony Xperia Z1s Available Now In T-Mobile Stores

01/22/2014, Sony launched the T-Mobile exclusive Xperia Z1s smartphone at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2014 earlier this month. The device is actually quite similar to the Xperia Z1 that was released back in 2013. Since last week, the carrier has been...

T-Mobile Value Is Back To AT&T Deal Level: Deutsche Telekom CEO

01/20/2014, Germany’s Deutsche Telekom has a 67 percent controlling stake in T-Mobile U.S. The country’s fourth largest mobile carrier received a buyout bid from AT&T back in 2011, it was offered $39 billion, which it accepted. However the deal was...

LG G Flex For T-Mobile Registration Page Goes Live

01/19/2014, The other day Sprint’s registration page for the LG G Flex came online and scheduled the phone for a release on the 7th of February. Well the good news is that if you’d much prefer T-Mobile than Sprint, you might be interested to learn that T-Mobile...