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Now That We Know The Telcos Exaggerated About The 'Spectrum Crunch'; How About Some More Open Spectrum?

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For years now, the big telcos have been whining and complaining about a supposed "spectrum crunch," saying how they were going to run out of useful radio spectrum and wouldn't be able to set up new wireless services if they couldn't control more and more of it. And yet... as...
Now That We Know The Telcos Exaggerated About The 'Spectrum Crunch'; How About Some More Open Spectrum?

It's finally here: T-Mobile iPhone 5 goes on sale April 12

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It’s official: T-Mobile has the iPhone. On Friday, April 12, the magenta-tinged operator will start selling the iPhone 5 nationwide and the iPhone 4 and 4S in select markets. T-Mobile now not only has the iconic device it has so long craved, but it’s offering it with compelling service pricing....
It's finally here: T-Mobile iPhone 5 goes on sale April 12

Can you say MetroPCS iPhone? T-Mobile sure can

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One of the unstated benefits of T-Mobile’s proposed merger with MetroPCS is one that T-Mo’s customers have been clamoring over for years: the iPhone. T-Mobile is already on a technology trajectory that will make its network compatible with the iPhone 5’s fickle radios. But tying up with MetroPCS will get...
Can you say MetroPCS iPhone? T-Mobile sure can
T-Mobile may be sunsetting 2G, but its M2M biz keeps growing

T-Mobile's iPhone-friendly network overhaul: 2 cities down, 227 to go

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T-Mobile’s network overhaul may not be going as quickly as some unlocked iPhone owners may have hoped, but it is happening. On Monday, T-Mobile said in a blog post that it has successfully retuned its 3G network in Kansas City to the 1900 MHz PCS band, which just happens to...
T-Mobile's iPhone-friendly network overhaul: 2 cities down, 227 to go

iPhone will appear in T-Mobile stores -- but it's not for sale

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T-Mobile may not sell the iPhone, but you would never know it given how much effort T-Mo is putting into promoting the device. Beginning on Wednesday the sans-iPhone operator will begin carrying the iPhone 4S in its stores — not to sell it, but to demo how the device works...
iPhone will appear in T-Mobile stores -- but it's not for sale

T-Mobile will be iPhone ready this year (and not just for AT&T’s cast-offs)

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T-Mobile made an interesting statement today in response to AT&T’s recent concession to begin unlocking out-of-contract iPhones. It invited AT&T customers to take their old iPhones to its network where they can feast upon its ultra-cheap voice and data plans. Of course, if those customers want anything beyond slowpoke EDGE...
T-Mobile will be iPhone ready this year (and not just for AT&T’s cast-offs)
Is Sprint going to start a bidding war over MetroPCS?

T-Mobile talks reinvigorated challenger strategy: LTE in 2013, network improvements, ramped up advertising spending, hiring spree, brand relaunch

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T-Mobile USA today reported holiday-quarter earnings. Among the highlights: They lost 802,000 contract customers because they didn’t get to carry the iPhone, contributing to their 3.3 percent quarterly revenue decline down to $20.6 billion. The Deutsche Telekom-owned carrier also said it would embark on a major network transformation this year...
T-Mobile talks reinvigorated challenger strategy: LTE in 2013, network improvements, ramped up advertising spending, hiring spree, brand relaunch
Will voice-over-LTE become a casualty of the T-Mobile-MetroPCS merger?

T-Mobile makes its data network iPhone friendly in the Bay Area

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This summer T-Mobile teased Apple fans by activating its HSPA+ network in iPhone-friendly bands at a few cell sites around its Worldwide Developers Conference at San Francisco’s Moscone West. The result: In a few locations iPhone users with a T-Mobile SIM card suddenly saw their measly 2G data speeds boosted...
T-Mobile makes its data network iPhone friendly in the Bay Area

As we expected, no T-Mobile iPhone, but Apple promises devices in 2013

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Not to brag, but we called it: No T-Mobile iPhone emerged today. Instead, T-Mo’s corporate Deutsche Telekom made the rather wishy-washy statement on Thursday that T-Mobile would start selling some kind of Apple product next year. “T-Mobile has entered into an agreement with Apple to bring products to market together...
As we expected, no T-Mobile iPhone, but Apple promises devices in 2013

T-Mobile completes iPhone-friendly upgrade in 23 cities

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T-Mobile on Thursday officially activated its overhauled HSPA+ systems in five more regions of the country, including the greater Chicago area, bringing it that much closer to fielding a nationwide network that can fully support Apple’s iPhone. Today’s launch in Chicago; Reno, Nev.; Fresno and Sacremento, Calif.; and the region...
T-Mobile completes iPhone-friendly upgrade in 23 cities

T-Mobile makes a statement on AT&T’s unlocking: ‘Bring ‘em on and save a lot of money!’

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. AT&T’s new policy of unlocking iPhones that are out of plan is big news.  But there is no company that could reap more rewards than the US’s other GSM carrier T-Mobile. Magenta happens to carry iPhone compatible  Micro-SIMs and is rapidly developing its HSPA+ 1900MHz spectrum for just such...
T-Mobile makes a statement on AT&T’s unlocking: ‘Bring ‘em on and save a lot of money!’
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