Tickets? Check. Passport? Check. Invitations to awesome parties and events? Check. Mobile phone? Che... err... um... mobile phone? Smart phone? Cell phone? Heading to the south of France for a conference
If AT&T couldn’t buy T-Mobile a few years ago, why would regulators allow Sprint to do it? AT&T chief executive Randall Stephenson said Tuesday he doesn’t see how regulators can approve a rumored deal
No. That's not someone auditioning for Rock of Ages on Broadway. It's T-Mobile CEO John Legere. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Paul R. La Monica. Other than Time Warner,
T-Mobile announced today that it has partnered with Apple to rent customers a brand-new iPhone 5s (“or whatever is the latest and great iPhone”) to test out the company’s network for one week as part its
"There should be an energy drink next to the doobie in your goodie bag." T-Mobile CEO John Legere, ever the showman, took to the stage again today at his company's fifth "Uncarrier" event. Legere, who
NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Sprint Corp has lined up eight banks to finance its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile US Inc, edging closer to a deal that would merge the third- and fourth-biggest U.S. mobile
Wikipedia Carriers in the U.S. have an iron grip on the mobile phone industry. As a result, Americans pay more on average for cell service, particularly wireless data, than the rest of the world does.
AT&T announced a strong set of Q1 2014 results Tuesday, as the carrier successfully fended off competition from rivals such as T-Mobile to post its best first-quarter subscriber growth in five years. second
The FCC has approved a $2.4 billion deal that would give T-Mobile rights to 700 MHz A block spectrum that's currently unused by Verizon. The deal was first announced in January, but the FCC's regulatory
T-Mobile Chief Executive Officer John Legere's brash and bold statements against his competitors translated to more money in his own pocket last year. Legere, who has continued to tout T-Mobile's innovation
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top U.S. telecommunications regulator on Thursday reasserted his commitment to helping smaller national wireless carriers get access to valuable lower-frequency airwaves in upcoming
* Planned spectrum auction rules could crimp big carriers * Proposed deal would merge Nos. 3-4 U.S. wireless carriers * A tie-up would reshape wireless sector (New throughout, adds closing share price,
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A possible merger between Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc could prompt U.S. regulators to rewrite rules they are now weighing for a 2015 auction of airwaves, according to sources
Sprint Also Grows More in First Quarter of 2014 AT&T and Verizon Enjoy Higher Retention Rates Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released analysis of the results from its research on mobile
T-Mobile's customer-friendly "Uncarrier" schtick seems to be changing people's minds about the country's 4th largest wireless provider, and it's not done fiddling with that formula just yet. The folks
T-Mobile said it has made good progress in shifting customers from the older MetroPCS network to T-Mobile. And the company will start shutting down the older network later this year. T-Mobile made the
T-Mobile CEO John Legere was at it again today, taunting AT&T. Morgan Stanley The subscriber additions aren’t a surprise because the company revealed them back at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
Digital Trends Save for Sprint, every other major US carrier has some sort of “opt out early” plan. T-Mobile kicked things off with their “Jump” offer, which was followed by AT&T’s costly “Next” scheme.
T-Mobile has been an innovator in the US mobile carrier market. They have an un-carrier approach of contract free services, and have even been bold enough to help potential new customers write a break-up