Justice Department Comes Out Against T-Mobile And Sprint Merger

The proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint now faces a major hurdle. The Antitrust Division at the United States Justice Department has come out against the deal. It has recommended that the law enforcement agency block the merger between these two major U.S. carriers. This, according to a news report.


T-Mobile Pixel 3a And Pixel 3a XL Won’t Have RCS Support

Google’s Pixel handsets have previously been available from Verizon only in the United States but the company is switching things up with the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. The new affordable handsets will be available from other carriers as well, including T-Mobile, and if you get one on Magenta just keep in mind that the carrier won’t be supporting RCS on these devices.


T-Mobile Confirms Exclusivity For OnePlus 7 Pro

T-Mobile today announced that it has once again inked an exclusivity deal with OnePlus. Magenta will be the only carrier in the country to offer the OnePlus 7 Pro. The company hasn’t even unveiled this device as yet but T-Mobile has already confirmed that it will have an exclusive on the device. OnePlus has revealed some details about its upcoming devices but will formally unveil them on May 14th.


All Four Major US Carriers Hit With Class-Action Lawsuit For Selling Customer Data

It was discovered not too long ago that it was actually a pretty easy process to get information about someone from a carrier, where you could actually find the location of a person on a carrier’s network by paying a third-party service. Carriers later came forward to state that they would no longer be selling customer data to outsiders, but it seems like it could be too little too late.


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T-Mobile Money Checking Account Officially Launched

Magenta announced its T-Mobile Money checking account service in November last year and it has now launched the service for customers in the United States. It has now been widely launched following the soft launch last year. Customers can expect some notable perks with this service if they do decide to sign up for it.


T-Mobile And Comcast Working On An Anti-Robocalling Feature

Are you sick of receiving robocalls? At the moment one of the best ways to go about protecting yourself is simply by ignoring calls from numbers you’re not familiar with. It’s not necessarily the most efficient method, but it works. However, the good news is that T-Mobile and Comcast want to make your lives easier.


T-Mobile And Sprint’s Merger Could Be In Trouble

T-Mobile has in the past attempted to merge with other carriers such as AT&T, but that did not work out so well. In the past year or so, the company has been attempting to merge again, but this time with Sprint where it feels like the merger could actually happen. However, it looks like the merger has since hit a roadblock.


T-Mobile May Start Selling The Pixel 3 And 3 XL

Verizon has been Google’s exclusive carrier partner for its Pixel smartphones since 2016. Things might change this year as a new report claims that T-Mobile could soon start selling the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. This may open the door for future Pixel smartphones to land on T-Mobile as well in addition to Verizon.


Samsung Galaxy Fold Will Be Available At T-Mobile April 25

Are foldable smartphones going to be the next big mobile trend? We suppose that remains to be seen, but we should find out soon enough as Samsung has plans to launch their foldable smartphone soon. In fact, if you are interested in being an early adopter, T-Mobile has announced that they will start selling the Samsung Galaxy Fold later this month.


TVision Home Is T-Mobile’s Relaunched TV Service

T-Mobile has finally relaunched its TV service and it’s now called TVision Home. It’s essentially a changed version of Layer3’s broadband-based IPTV service. It doesn’t quite offer fully independent streaming just yet but that’s going to be possible later this year. The service does come at a price, though.


AT&T’s 5G E Is Actually Slower Than Some Of The Competition

Earlier this year AT&T announced that they would be rolling out some changes in which on the phones of their customers, they might start to see a “5G E” icon. This stands for “5G Evolution” which isn’t actually 5G, but rather it is used by AT&T to represent their 4G LTE network that uses features like three-way carrier aggregation, 256 QAM, and 4×4 MIMO.


T-Mobile Begins Testing Wireless Home Internet Service

T-Mobile today announced that it’s starting a limited wireless home internet pilot program which will lay the foundation for a home broadband “disruption.” This is an invitation-only pilot for in-home internet service on LTE. T-Mobile aims to connect up to 50,000 homes this year in rural and underserved areas of the United States. It’s part of T-Mobile’s plan to disrupt the home broadband market.


T-Mobile Subscribers Can Get A Free Year Of MLB.TV Again

T-Mobile offers its subscribers a lot of freebies through its Tuesdays app one of which has been a yearly subscription to MLB.TV. The carrier is bringing back this offer once again for the year. Interested subscribers will be able to get it on March 26th. The subscription itself is valued at $118.99.


Some T-Mobile Simple Choice Customers Get Unlimited Data For Free

Magenta introduced the T-Mobile One plans back in 2016 which replaced the Simple Choice plans. Many of the carrier’s customers are still on the old plans and it seems that a subset of them are being given a very useful update for free. T-Mobile is upgrading some of the Simple Choice customers to unlimited data for free.