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EE found to be UK's number one mobile network

EE found to be UK's number one mobile network

By 13 March 2014

EE is the number one mobile carrier in the UK, just 18 months after launch, according to independent testing by RootMetrics.  The research firm, which aims to get the most comprehensive mobile performance studies, found EE beat other carriers handsomely... >>

Sprint reportedly considering a bid for T-Mobile US

Sprint reportedly considering a bid for T-Mobile US

By 14 December 2013

US carrier Sprint is considering preparing a bid of more than $20 billion to buy T-Mobile US, according to The Wall Street Journal. T-Mobile shares surged 9 per cent in extended trading once the news hit, which cited unnamed sources familiar with the... >>

FCC instates clear cellphone unlocking terms in US, after much confusion

FCC instates clear cellphone unlocking terms in US, after much confusion

By 12 December 2013

US wireless carriers must adhere to a strict cellphone unlocking policy, following a ruling from the Federal Communications Commision on Thursday. All major carriers in the US have signed on to the policy, and the agreement will ensure customers are notified... >>

T-Mobile US 'UNcarrier' movement seems to be working, posts improved earnings

T-Mobile US 'UNcarrier' movement seems to be working, posts improved earnings

By 5 November 2013

T-Mobile US, the country's fourth-largest carrier, is on the up-and-up, its Q3 2013 earnings revealed on Tuesday. The self-described "Un-carrier" posted increased revenue, decreased losses, and more customers as it works to shake up the mobile industry.... >>

T-Mobile US announces free global data coverage in 100+ countries for customers

T-Mobile US announces free global data coverage in 100+ countries for customers

By 9 October 2013

T-Mobile, the fourth-largest carrier in the US, has announced global data coverage in over 100 countries at no additional charge. The third feature part of its "UnCarrier" branding, the data initiative will allow T-Mobile US users to travel country to... >>

T-Mobile US CFO thinks a merger with Sprint would be a good idea

T-Mobile US CFO thinks a merger with Sprint would be a good idea

By 25 September 2013

T-Mobile US has been working to make a new name for itself in the US market by offering unconventional smartphone plans so customers can upgrade whenever they want. The company might now be looking to expand its reach even further, perhaps with rival... >>

T-Mobile US adds 1.1mn customers in Q2, seeing solid growth as the UnCarrier

T-Mobile US adds 1.1mn customers in Q2, seeing solid growth as the UnCarrier

By 8 August 2013

T-Mobile US is seeing an uptick in customers and revenue, after revealing its new UnCarrier plans earlier this year. Specifically, the fourth-largest carrier in the US said it added 1.1 million customers during fiscal Q2, 678,000 of which were for the... >>

Motorola will supply over-the-air updates to the Moto X, not carriers

Motorola will supply over-the-air updates to the Moto X, not carriers

By 1 August 2013

We're live from Motorola's press event in New York City, where the Google-owned company has just announced substantial news to combat Android fragmentation. Instead of sending over-the-air updates to the Moto X through carriers, Motorola says it will... >>

Samsung wants to offer 5G in 2020, speeds of 1Gbps reached in tests

Samsung wants to offer 5G in 2020, speeds of 1Gbps reached in tests

By 12 May 2013

Samsung has successfully developed the beginnings of its 5G network technology, slated eventually to outpace the 4G networks we've come to know in recent years. According to Yonhap News Agency, Samsung has publicly stated that it wants to make 5G available... >>

ESPN US wants to keep its mobile content flowing, despite data caps

ESPN US wants to keep its mobile content flowing, despite data caps

By 10 May 2013

Sports-focused content network ESPN wants to ensure users keep watching its content on their mobile devices, and to achieve that, itplans to work around data plan caps. According to The Wall Street Journal, ESPN is having discussions with at least one... >>


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