"'Tis the season for the hippest holiday gift," T-Mobile proclaimed at their trendy 2014 Holiday Look Book event that displayed hot holiday devices, offered advice about gift giving and shared details about the company's network, data plan, service and unique features.
As companies like Apple and Samsung are poised to roll out fresh new gadgets for the upcoming holiday season, rival carriers Sprint and T-Mobile both announced more lucrative trade-in plans for those looking to snag a new smartphone.
Now that phone unlocking is legal once again, you might be wondering how it affects you, and what exactly you can do now. It's actually quite complicated, so here's a rundown of what's changed, and how you can take advantage of unlocking.
Dish Network is poised to be a favorable suitor to T-Mobile, say Moody's analysts, and if the second-largest satellite TV provider in the United States makes a solid bid, it could make T-Mobile a formidable force in the wireless industry.
Sprint, the nation's third-largest wireless carrier, recently withdrew its intentions to acquire T-Mobile, and while No. 3 has been relatively quiet in the aftermath, T-Mobile has been firing off at its former potential partner.
Sprint has a new champion leading its Kansas-based wireless service, and he is 6-foot-6 from south of the border. The No. 3 wireless carrier in the United States not only dropped its bid for T-Mobile earlier this week, it replaced its CEO with a Bolivian billionaire.
As merger talks heat up the telecomm industry, one in particular has faced more regulatory scrutiny than others: Sprint acquiring T-Mobile. In hopes of putting together a foolproof argument before officially coming before lawmakers, the companies involved will not be making their pitches before September, according to new reports.
Sprint and T-Mobile are on the verge of announcing a merger, but speculation still swirls about the roadblocks ahead. The latest? Why, it's none other than the second-richest man in the world, Carlos Slim.
In the mature U.S. wireless market, competition to find new customers -- or to lure away current customers from other carriers -- is fierce. Seeing an opportunity for growth in young millennials, and especially digital-savvy young Latinos, AT&T is launching a campaign Monday called #BetweenTwoWorlds to win over young bicultural Latinos.