John Legere & Co. are at it once again. T-Mobile announced today that all Simple Choice customers are being given unlimited high-speed data at no extra charge. From December through March, customers will be able to use as much data as they’d like without T-Mobile slowing down data speeds. With the carrier’s network experiencing a 10% spike in usage around the holidays, T-Mobile wants data speeds to be the last thing their customers worry about.
If you’re the proud owner of a Nexus 6 on T-Mobile, you’ll be glad to hear that the carrier has finally started rolling out the long-awaited Marshmallow upgrade for the handset. The update brings the latest build of Android to the device, in addition to LTE band 12 and Wi-Fi calling.
T-Mobile has launched its Extended Range LTE (aka 700 MHz low band spectrum) in the Detroit Metropolitan area and some other parts of the state of Michigan. The band 12 LTE supposedly provides four times more efficient LTE coverage in buildings and the signals travel twice as far from towers.
Earlier today, Des Smith, Product Manager at T-Mobile, took to his official Twitter page to announce that the operator has finally received approval for the eagerly-awaited Marshmallow update for the Nexus 6. Unfortunately, no information was given with regards to a distribution date, but we suspect that it will start rolling out any minute now seeing as it’s already almost a month overdue.
It wouldn’t really be a US wireless carrier announcement if John Legere didn’t let everyone know just what he thought about it. Just hours after Sprint announced their new plan to cut your current bill in half, Legere did exactly that. He took to Twitter to post a countdown of reasons why Sprint’s plan isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and why T-Mobile is a better offer for most customers. Read more
T-Mobile has been pretty much on the ball at rolling out maintenance updates this year in an effort to keep its customers devices running smoothly, and now it’s pushing out another for both carrier-branded variants of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.