T-Mobile defines itself as “America’s fastest growing wireless company,” and it’s doubling down on that claim by opening a new customer care facility in Birmingham, Alabama. But don’t take our word for it. Behold, the wonderful, self-congratulatory world of press releases!
A major holiday in the U.S. means retailers will be hitting consumers up with a variety of deals. The long Memorial Day weekend is no exception as T-Mobile, and their prepaid subsidiary MetroPCS, have some special offers coming up for anyone looking to purchase a new smartphone or switch service. Read more
After the innumerable discounts offered by T-Mobile for its prepaid customers, a new one has just cropped up which could easily take the cake. Read more
According to T-Mobile, over 50% of its customers are on their Family Plans. It is said that these plans cover an average of 2.4 lines. The carrier is optimistic that it can add more users to its family plans over the coming months. Read more
T-Mobile has been extremely bold in trying to pull customers onto their network, including letting customers test drive their network and offering up tons of promotional credit. Their latest move is a small but meaningful tactic to bolster their prepaid numbers for anyone wanting to get away from postpaid service.
From now until June 30th, all Pay in Advance and Simple Choice No Credit customers will see the normal $15 SIM starter kit fee completely waived. This unfortunately doesn’t extend to anyone activating a new postpaid line of service, but there are other promos to make that option a little easier to swallow. Read more
The Nexus 6 is one of Google’s most expensive smartphones yet at $649 for the 32GB model. Last year’s Nexus 5 came in at $349 for its 16GB model. That said, any discount you can get your hands on with the Nexus 6 is usually appreciated, and T-Mobile is doing just that.
T-Mobile is offering an exciting deal for customers of its smartphones or tablets. Users who get a smartphone and a tablet from the carrier will receive a $100 credit. Users will receive credit in the form of a prepaid card powered by MasterCard.
Although T-Mobile is reputed as a GSM carrier, it still has a few CDMA networks out there in the wild. The company however has been very keen to shut down these networks as it pushes customers towards using its GSM (HSPA+ and LTE) bands. Read more
The T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z3 is all set to get the Android 5.0 update as it has just been certified by the PTCRB. It’s common for updates to be certified by the PTCRB before it’s ready for a commercial release, so the rollout seems to be on track as of now. Read more
Motorola has released some support documents that seem to indicate that both the older and newer versions of the Moto X should be seeing the Android 5.1 update pretty soon. The original Moto X is currently on Android 4.4, so this update should leapfrog Google’s initial Lollipop update.
The documents show feature changes for the Moto X 2nd Gen, and the T-Mobile version of the same device. Another document does specifically mention the 1st generation device, and it obviously is seeing the bigger jump since it’s coming from KitKat. Read more