T-Mobile and Sprint are trying to merge, which would make three major cell phone providers instead of four.
A temporary glitch prevented subscribers of a little-known $30 data plan from signup for things like free pizza and movie tickets.
Similar to its “Music Freedom” initiative, T-Mobile is now encouraging you to “binge on.”
Hackers managed to break into the servers of a data processor that T-Mobile used, exposing 15 million people’s private data.
The “Uncarrier” is offering identity theft protection to affected customers.
Consumers are benefitting from both companies’ sense of oneupmanship.
First Apple undercut the carriers, then the carriers responded in kind.
T-Mobile CEO and infamous party-crasher John Legere yesterday announced a new personal finance service. It's further evidence the industry is ripe for disruption.