T-Mobile: FCC’s net neutrality rules won’t hurt our business


Like Sprint before it, T-Mobile US has said it's not that concerned about the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality plan. “There is nothing in there that gives us deep concern about our ability to continue executing our strategy,” T-Mobile COO Mike Sievert said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal yesterday. "Still, he said the reclassification isn’t the most desirable approach," the Journal wrote. Read 4 remaining paragraphs | Comments Ars Technica » Ministry of Read more [...]

Why T-Mobile needs Wi-Fi calling: its network can’t match AT&T and Verizon


T-Mobile's "data strong network." T-Mobile T-Mobile US’ latest “Un-carrier” move is just about the most amazing thing ever, CEO John Legere said last week. “This is like adding millions of towers to our network in a single day,” Legere boasted in a press release. “The difference between us and the traditional carriers is that they’ll do everything they can to make more money off you. We’ll do everything we can to solve your problems.” The innovation Read more [...]

AT&T desperate to steal T-Mobile customers, offers $450 to switch


AT&T Two years after AT&T was forced to abandon its bid to purchase T-Mobile US comes another sign of the obvious: having more carriers makes the wireless market more competitive. Today, AT&T announced that it will give up to $ 450 worth of credits to T-Mobile customers who abandon the carrier and switch to AT&T. The incentive has two parts: a customer would trade a T-Mobile smartphone for a credit of up to $ 250 "which can be used toward AT&T products and services." "Trade-in Read more [...]