T-Mobile CEO Tells Congress That Reducing Competition Will Increase Competition
T-Mobile and Sprint are trying to merge, which would make three major cell phone providers instead of four.
T-Mobile’s Obscure $30 Plan Now Works With the Latest Un-carrier Perks
A temporary glitch prevented subscribers of a little-known $30 data plan from signup for things like free pizza and movie tickets.
T-Mobile CEO to EFF: ‘Who the Fuck Are You?’
John Legere says his critics are arguing 'semantics' about the net neutrality implications of T-Mobile's video streaming program.
T-Mobile Won’t Count Some Video Streaming Services Toward Your Data Caps Anymore
Similar to its “Music Freedom” initiative, T-Mobile is now encouraging you to “binge on.”
Class Action Lawsuits Are Now Piling Up Following Breach of T-Mobile Data
Hackers managed to break into the servers of a data processor that T-Mobile used, exposing 15 million people’s private data.
T-Mobile Lost My Social Security Number
The carrier wants to put all the blame for a recent data breach on Experian, but T-Mobile is the name people trusted with their data.
Data Breach Affects as Many as 15 Million T-Mobile Consumers
The “Uncarrier” is offering identity theft protection to affected customers.
Sprint and T-Mobile Want to Lease You an iPhone 6s for Practically Nothing
Consumers are benefitting from both companies’ sense of oneupmanship.
The Death of Cellphone Contracts Has Created an iPhone Price War
First Apple undercut the carriers, then the carriers responded in kind.
Sprint, Too, Kills Its Two-Year Contracts
And then there was one.
T-Mobile Wants to Crash the Banking Industry's Party
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.