PCMag has published the results from its annual test of mobile data speeds, covering 30 cities around the country.
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 …
While the biggest wireless carriers seem hellbent on taking data away, T-Mobile is reversing course and bringing unlimited data back.
Starting September 5, T-Mobile will offer truly unlimited data plans. That means no more …
Are you plagued by dropped calls? Is your download speed slow as molasses? Well, that could be because your metropolis is on this list. As part of TIME’s look at how wireless technology is changing our lives, we partnered with …