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September 2010 - May 2018


T-Mobile is the 3rd largest U.S. wireless carrier behind Verizon and AT&T. Owned by German parent company, Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile has been using its “Uncarrier” marketing campaign to grow its market share since 2013.

With what seems like a good amount of success over the past few years, T-Mobile continues to announce new initiatives like discounted plans for seniors, Netflix included with service, and pushing competitors to bring back unlimited data plans.

As of April 29, 2018, T-Mobile has joined forces with Sprint and will now be re-branded to simply T-Mobile, with the Sprint brand completely going away.

T-Mobile Stories May 24

T-Mobile has recently patched a flaw in how it stores customer information. Reported by ZDNet, the wireless provider was storing its customers’ personal data on a website that lacked password protection and may have been vulnerable for months.

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T-Mobile Stories May 18

Aged 55+? T-Mobile and Sprint trust you not to download the entire Internet …

There are a few benefits to getting older. After T-Mobile last year launched a new unlimited plan for customers aged 55+, Sprint has now done the same …

T-Mobile Stories April 29

T-Mobile and Sprint officially confirmed today that they will be joining forces to become a single carrier, according to a press release from the new combined company. If the deal passes regulatory approval, this means that there will be three major carriers in the United States, compared to the current four. expand full story

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T-Mobile Stories April 26

After initially calling all bets off, and now renegotiating, T-Mobile US and Sprint may finally be coming to a merger agreement.

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T-Mobile Stories April 19

Report: Verizon takes most activations for Q1, data points to why T-Mobile and Sprint have resumed merger talks

CIRP is out today with new data on carrier activations and growth for Q1. Unsurprisingly, Verizon and AT&T took the top two spots for the most activations, but T-Mobile did gain more new customers than any other provider. Additionally, the report gives more details on why T-Mobile and Sprint have fired up merger discussions again.

T-Mobile Stories April 10

T-Mobile app for iOS adds support for Business Chat via iMessage

iOS 11.3 added support for Business Chat through iMessage, which allows you to talk to support representative directly through the Messages app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, instead of calling in, connecting via email or social media.

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