T-Mobile US Inc., the last of the major U.S. carriers to start carrying iPhones, is selling them at a brisk pace, it reported Wednesday.
T-Mobile USA, the country’s fourth-largest cellphone carrier, has completed its acquisition of smaller rival MetroPCS.
MetroPCS Communications Inc., the country’s fifth-largest cellphone carrier, says its shareholders have approved the company’s takeover by No. 4 T-Mobile USA.
To go along with its new contract-free wireless plans, T-Mobile is offering trade-in credit for iPhone owners.
Here’s how to run the numbers to see if you can get a good monthly deal on the T-Mobile iPhone.
T-Mobile has announced that it’ll be selling the iPhone 5 starting April 12; it’ll be priced at $100 plus a $20-per-month equipment fee that must be paid for 24 months.
T-Mobile has made a bold step by getting rid of two-year contracts. Here’s the skinny.
Some smaller carriers are introducing payment plans meant to bring down the up-front costs of high-end handsets like the iPhone. Cricket, for instance, is letting customers pay $105 to walk out the door with an iPhone 5.
On Thursday, T-Mobile announced that it will sell Apple “products” in 2013, but that’s only part of the carrier’s plans.
A press release gives vague — but official — information about a long-awaited partnership.
On Friday, the first Windows Phone 8 handsets from Nokia and HTC will launch on AT&T. Soon after, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless will launch their own handsets.
When Apple announces its new iPhone next week, there’s a good chance it’ll support 4G LTE data speeds. If that happens, we’ll surely hear all about it from wireless carriers eager to extol their own gloriously fast …