T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced this morning that T-Mobile was adding several new video streaming services to their Binge On platform. Binge On is the carrier’s option to not have video data from partner platforms count against a user’s monthly data allowance for high speed data. Binge On is similar to Music Freedom which does the same thing for streaming music services. With the latest additions, T-Mobile now has over 80 video services participating in Binge On. Read more
T-Mobile is convincing consumers to buy the new HTC 10 on its wireless service. For a limited time, T-Mobile will give freebies away to those who purchase the device and sign up.
If you are in the market for a family plan, T-Mobile is hoping to entice you to jump over to their network with a new Simple Choice family plan launching on May 11th. Consumers do have to sign up for at least four lines of service, but if they do they will get 6GB of LTE data on each line at a cost of $30 per line per month, or $120 per month for a family of four. Additional lines can be added for only $20 per month. Read more
T-Mobile has agreed to an interconnect and roaming deal with Cuba that will make it easier to call and text people in Cuba, as well as help out those that are planning to travel to Cuba with a T-Mobile phone and service. T-Mobile follows Sprint and Verizon, both of which have deals with Cuba in place already. Read more
T-Mobile’s ‘Un-carrier’ moves have contributed to big gains when it comes to the number of subscribers. According to reports, the carrier’s next move will be all about giveaways and freebies.
If you don’t need the latest and greatest phone, T-Mobile is running a pretty great deal that will net you any of Samsung’s 2015 flagships with a hefty mail-in rebate. Sure, they’re about a year old at this point, but they’re still fantastic phones at pretty decent prices. Read more
Remember that controversy not too long ago about Netflix throttling Verizon and AT&T data streams because of the carrier’s data caps? While that wasn’t a particularly great PR move for Netflix, it’s prompted the company to roll out more controls to its mobile app to allow users to adjust how much data they want to use. Read more
Making the most of what seems like an unofficial holiday, May the Fourth recognizing all things Star Wars, T-Mobile has revealed their own fully functional Chrome extension as the latest weapon in their battle with other carriers. Portraying T-Mobile in the role of the Rebel Alliance fighting against the Evil Empire represented by the major carriers and epitomized by AT&T, John Legere announced the Chrome extension that promises to “reveal the real AT&T” when users point their browser to any site that includes “AT&T” text. Read more
U.S. carrier T-Mobile just announced their first quarter earnings and results. Things are looking up!
T-Mobile’s prepaid division MetroPCS launched a new family plan deal this morning for consumers who are interested in the prepaid route for their wireless service. Starting today, buyers who sign up for at least two lines of service with MetroPCS can get a 6GB plan for $60 per month and each additional line, up to five lines, adds $30 per month. To get the full 6GB of available 4G data, users do have to port over a number. Otherwise, they will get a plan with 3GB of data. Read more