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Analyst: T-Mobile USA might announce arrival of iPhone next week

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With T-Mobile COO Jim Alling hinting that the iPhone was too expensive at a recent conference in Barcelona, it seemed like the carrier was planning continuing with its bring your own iPhone strategy for its continually expanding iPhone compatible 4G network. However, today a note from Merrill Lynch analyst Scott Craig...
Analyst: T-Mobile USA might announce arrival of iPhone next week

Study: Android still dominates, but Windows Phone makes gains thanks to youth

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The latest numbers from Kantar show Windows continuing steady sales and, somewhat surprisingly, growing at a faster rate than those of Android. Windows Phone has seen its market share grow from 3.8 percent in February, March and April of 2012 to 5.6 percent during the same three month-period in 2013. That’s...
Study: Android still dominates, but Windows Phone makes gains thanks to youth

ZTE Grand X appears in T-Mobile USA garb at the FCC

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If you were wondering whether or not the ZTE Grand X would cross the oceans to launch in the US, there's a good chance the mystery is over. An unusually detailed FCC filing has uncovered a V970T variant that's destined for T-Mobile USA, complete with the carrier branding, Wi-Fi...
ZTE Grand X appears in T-Mobile USA garb at the FCC

T-Mobile reportedly in talks to buy MetroPCS

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T-Mobile USA parent company Deutsche Telekom could merge its Big Four carrier with the smaller prepaid player. [Read more]...
T-Mobile reportedly in talks to buy MetroPCS

T-Mobile USA's optional censorship blocks clean, legal sites

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An optional web censoring filter used by T-Mobile's US division, Web Guard has been found stretching too far in a new study by the Open Observatory of Network Interference. As implemented so far, it not only blocks the intended 'adult' sites but a number of clean sites, such as Cosmopolitan...
T-Mobile USA's optional censorship blocks clean, legal sites

T-Mobile USA plans LTE next year, keeps low-price focus

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T-Mobile USA will roll out LTE next year, partly by using spectrum it is receiving in the wake of its failed merger with AT&T, the company said Thursday....
T-Mobile USA plans LTE next year, keeps low-price focus
Orange customers flee to Free Mobile’s new ultra-cheap plans

Leap Wireless swaps spectrum with T-Mobile, buys all of Savary Island

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Leap Wireless can go ahead and pop the champagne, as it has just completed the spectrum transactions announced earlier this year that will hopefully lead to larger LTE growth. Leap's own Savary Island Wireless exchanged spectrum with T-Mobile USA and Cook Inlet/VS GSM VII PCS LLC (itself a T-Mo...
Leap Wireless swaps spectrum with T-Mobile, buys all of Savary Island
T-Mobile and MetroPCS join forces in merger: the full story
Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene Olbermann expected to resign next year
T-Mobile tinkers with its tablet, dongle plans; offers overage fee option

Deutsche Telekom Q1: 510,000 Contract Customers Left T-Mobile USA; DT Sales Down 1.1% To $18.6B

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T-Mobile USA’s parent Deutsche Telekom today reported earnings for the quarter that ended March 31, with revenues and earnings in slight decline compared to a year ago: sales for the carrier came in at €14.4 billion, a decline of 1.1 percent; and earnings of €4.48 billion ($5.8 billion) were down...
Deutsche Telekom Q1: 510,000 Contract Customers Left T-Mobile USA; DT Sales Down 1.1% To $18.6B

T-Mobile Will Sell Apple Devices in 2013

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Deutsche Telekom, the parent company of T-Mobile USA, said that it had entered a partnership with Apple to sell its products for use on its network in 2013. T-Mobile USA is the last major carrier in the United States that does not offer Apple products....
T-Mobile Will Sell Apple Devices in 2013
T-Mobile USA eliminating 1,900 jobs, more to come

T-Mobile swaps spectrum with Leap to help launch LTE

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Wireless providers T-Mobile USA and Leap on Monday revealed they will exchange spectrum in some US markets in order to improve coverage. Part of the deal is Cook Inlet, a joint venture that T-Mobile has a non-controlling majority stake in, as well as Savary Island Wireless, in which Leap has...
T-Mobile swaps spectrum with Leap to help launch LTE

Justice Department Clears Verizon Spectrum Deal, Requires Changes

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The Justice Department on Thursday granted antitrust clearance to Verizon Wireless’s $3.9 billion deal to acquire airwaves from several cable companies including Comcast Corp., but it required the companies to make changes to their side agreements to sell each other’s services. The department also granted clearance to a contingent deal...
Justice Department Clears Verizon Spectrum Deal, Requires Changes

Coca-Cola, Entertaining Elf, Ted movie and more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook pages

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Facebook for Every Phone, the page for Facebook’s feature phone application, continues to have massive organic momentum, picking up millions of new Likes a week. The top 20 fastest growing Pages this week gained between about 308,000 and 2.7 million Likes. We compile this list with our PageData tool, which tracks...
Coca-Cola, Entertaining Elf, Ted movie and more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook pages

Deutsche Telekom Confirms in Talks to Combine MetroPCS and T-Mobile USA

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Aiming to beef up its U.S. operation, Deutsche Telekom is in talks to combine MetroPCS with its T-Mobile USA operations. In a statement Tuesday, the carrier said it is “holding talks” but said there are “significant issues” yet to be worked out. “Deutsche Telekom is holding talks with the listed...
Deutsche Telekom Confirms in Talks to Combine MetroPCS and T-Mobile USA

T-Mobile USA will finally carry Apple devices in 2013

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T-Mobile, the only major US carrier without any official Apple offerings, will begin selling some products to subscribers in 2013. T-Mobile USA's parent company, Deutsche Telekom, said in a press conference on Thursday (hat tip to AllThingsD) that the company had entered into an agreement with Apple, but did...
T-Mobile USA will finally carry Apple devices in 2013

Merrill Lynch: T-Mobile USA may get the iPhone next week

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The deal would give Apple access to 33 million more mobile subscribers FORTUNE -- It was only last week that Jim Alling, COO of T-Mobile USA, poured cold water on speculation that his company might finally start selling Apple's (AAPL) iPhones to its 33 million customers. "Make no mistake about it:...
Merrill Lynch: T-Mobile USA may get the iPhone next week

What T-Mobile gains from a MetroPCS merger: Surgical spectrum

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Within hours of making their merger plans official on Wednesday, T-Mobile and MetroPCS started selling their grand plan to investors, customers, the media and the world. On a conference call with analysts and press, T-Mobile’s new CEO John Legere painted a picture of a new hyper-competitive carrier that would dominate...
What T-Mobile gains from a MetroPCS merger: Surgical spectrum

T-Mobile defends MetroPCS deal as possible Sprint bid looms

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T-Mobile USA’s Neville Ray. T-Mobile USA’s chief technology officer is defending the technical underpinnings of the company’s proposed combination with MetroPCS, suggesting that T-Mobile would be in a better position than rival Sprint Nextel to absorb the smaller wireless carrier’s spectrum and customers. The comments to analysts follow reports that...
T-Mobile defends MetroPCS deal as possible Sprint bid looms

HTC Radar to bring more Windows Phone Mango to Canada (via Videotron)

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Already available in the US via T-Mobile and Cincinnati Bell, the HTC Radar is about to cross the northern border to Canada, where Videotron is reportedly getting ready to release it. According to Le Presse (website in French), Videotron intends to launch the new Windows Phone Mango handset in “early...
HTC Radar to bring more Windows Phone Mango to Canada (via Videotron)

U.S. mobile buyouts may meet their end in 2013

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After starting amid the smoldering ruins of AT&T and T-Mobile USA's failed merger, 2012 ended as a big year for mobile carrier deals in the U.S., and possibly a final changing of the guard for a long time....
U.S. mobile buyouts may meet their end in 2013

Rob Zombie, Serve, Target, Ray-Ban, Samsung, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook pages

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Facebook’s mobile application for feature phones topped our list of the fastest growing Facebook pages as measured by Likes this week. Musicians, Facebook, YouTube, a few movie pages and brands like Target and Ray-Ban rounded out the list. Pages on our list this week grew from between 357,200 to...
Rob Zombie, Serve, Target, Ray-Ban, Samsung, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook pages

T-Mobile turns on faster network for unlocked iPhones, just in time for Apple event

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T-Mobile USA remains the only major U.S. wireless carrier that doesn’t sell the iPhone, but the company’s wireless network will be at its best for people using unlocked iPhones on its network at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco next week. With the help of one of its readers,...
T-Mobile turns on faster network for unlocked iPhones, just in time for Apple event

T-Mobile Plans March 26 Event to Tout Big Changes Coming

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T-Mobile USA is planning a March 26 event in New York where it is expected to detail further changes to both its technology and business. The No. 4 U.S. carrier is in the midst of readying an LTE network for commercial launch. It says its network is ready to go...
T-Mobile Plans March 26 Event to Tout Big Changes Coming

T-Mobile to offer Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One in spring with new plans

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In conjunction with T-Mobile’s 4G LTE news, the carrier revealed on Tuesday that it would make many 4G LTE-capable devices available with its new plans. A few of the notable Android devices include the Samsung Galaxy S 4, HTC One, and Samsung Galaxy Note II. T-Mobile said the HTC One is...
T-Mobile to offer Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One in spring with new plans

MetroPCS Due to Dial Up the Details on T-Mobile Deal

allthingsd.com
It’s been a quiet couple of weeks for telecom junkies after a flurry of activity last month. But another fix is coming, as soon as this week. MetroPCS is expected to file a proxy on its sale to Deutsche Telekom AG’s T-Mobile USA to the Securities and Exchange Commission in...
MetroPCS Due to Dial Up the Details on T-Mobile Deal

Engadget Mobile Podcast 144 - 07.01.2012

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Would you believe us if we told you there was nothing special to talk about this week? We know you wouldn't, o ye faithful Engadget Mobile Devotee, and you'd also know that we have so much to talk about this week that we slide past the two-hour mark in...
Engadget Mobile Podcast 144 - 07.01.2012
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