It turns out the nation’s third largest carrier has some exciting plans up its sleeve for the new year. T-Mobile has just announced via Facebook that it expects to have 200 million T-Mobile customers covered by the end of 2013.
“Ready to go even faster? LTE will reach 200M T-Mobile customers by the end of 2013.
T-Mobile launched a & More for Me& local deals aggregation service on Android Market, letting Android users on any carrier pick and choose from Groupon and Living Social deals. The carrier also announced it has doubled the speed of its 4G network to HSPA+ 42 service in 41 additional markets, offering up to 27Mbps peak download speeds and bringing the total to 96....
When the pan-Asian mobile carrier SingTel paid $321 million to acquire mobile ad platform SingTel in May last year, the thinking was that the Singapore-based SingTel could use Amobee to serve targeted ads to its 480-million mobile subscriber base across the region.
The U.K.’s first — and currently only — 4G network, run by carrier EE, has announced it is increasing the size of the data caps on some of its mobile broadband tariffs by around 60 percent, while keeping its pricing structure the same.
After recent leaks outed T-Mobile’s plans to unleash its own dedicated prepaid service, the carrier has officially revealed its low-cost GoSmart Mobile network. Ole’ Magenta announced today that it has already begun trialing the network, offering a selection of three prepaid-only plans. $30 per month will get you unlimited calling and texting.
EE, currently the only mobile carrier offering 4G LTE services in the UK, plans to double the speed of its mobile data network in the country’s 10 biggest cities to 130 megabits per second, as it braces itself for competition from other carriers that are scrambling to get their own LTE networks up and running.
Once T-Mobile launches their 1900MHz HSPA+ spectrum, this will finally enable AT&T phones (such as the iPhone) to receive their HSPA+ network and not just EDGE. Once this network re-framework is complete, you can bet that plenty of T-Mobile users will start getting the iPhone.
Hey guys... So I thought I might cover this new wireless carrier since I have some of the newer AT&T devices laying around. What's great about it is that you don't have to unlock an AT&T device... One thing to note though is that you're not going to get AT&Ts network @ full speed even when you're not throttled.
T-Mobile's HTC-manufactured G2 smartphone was reviewed by eWEEK and found to offer blazing speed using T-Mobile's 4G-like HSPA+ network. A strong feature set, Android 2.2, and reliable operation more than overcome a few flaws, Wayne Rash writes....